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Your search for "All theatres beginning with 'N'" has found 12 theatres.

National Theatre

The National makes world-class theatre that is entertaining, challenging and inspiring. And it is made for everyone. The National Theatre is dedicated to making the very best theatre and sharing it with as many people as possible. The National stages up to 30 productions at their South Bank home each year, ranging from re-imagined classics – such as Greek tragedy and Shakespeare – to modern masterpieces and new work by contemporary writers and theatre-makers. The National's work is also seen on tour throughout the UK and internationally, and in collaborations and co-productions...


New Alexandra Theatre Birmingham

The Alexandra Theatre was built in 1901 by William Coutts at a cost of £10,000 and was originally called the Lyceum. Its opening production was a play entitled The Workman, which ran from 27th May 1901, with tickets ranging in price from two shillings to four (old) pence. Unfortunately, insufficient public support resulted in the theatre being offered for sale just over a year later. The sale attracted no great interest, and the Lyceum was bought by Lester Collingwood for just £4,450.


New Theatre Oxford

New Theatre Oxford (formerly known as the Apollo Theatre Oxford or simply The Apollo from 1977–2003) is the main commercial theatre in Oxford and has a capacity of almost 1,800 people. It is located on George Street, right in the heart of the city centre, and puts on a wide variety of shows, from musical theatre, opera and ballet, to stand-up comedy and concerts.


New Theatre, Cardiff

The New Theatre is one of the principal theatres in Cardiff, capital city of Wales, and celebrated its centenary in 2006. It is located in Cardiff city centre on Park Place, close to Cathays Park.


New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-Under-Lyme

The New Vic mission is to make excellent theatre in the round and be a force for positive change in the region. The vision is of a theatre which: - makes distinctive theatre in distinctive spaces; - increases engagement with the arts, especially among young people; - nurtures artists and the artform; - showcases Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent as places where creativity and excellence thrive; - inspires local pride, making this a better place to live, work and do business; - works in partnership with Arts Council England and Local Authorities to make investment go further...


New Victoria Theatre, Woking

The New Victoria Theatre opened in June 1992 and fast established itself as one of the foremost theatres in the South East of England. The comfort of its spacious front of house areas and luxurious auditorium, coupled with its state of the art technical facilities, excellent acoustics and clear sight lines, allow it to play host to the very best of theatre. First class drama has been presented by, amongst others, the Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre and the Peter Hall Company; regular visitors also include Glyndebourne on Tour and Northern Ballet. Large scale musical...


New Wimbledon Theatre

Having stood proudly on Wimbledon’s Broadway since 1910, Wimbledon Theatre (as it was originally named) has gone from strength to strength and garnered a glittering reputation as a premier theatrical venue in South West London. The Grade II listed building consists of a beautiful Edwardian auditorium decorated in both Georgian and Italian renaissance styles across three levels of seating. With a capacity of over 1,500 (making it one of the largest theatres in London) the venue continues to play host to numerous touring productions of musicals, ballets, operas and plays, as well...


Noel Coward Theatre

Opened in 1903 The New Theatre opened with a revival of Rosemary by Louis N Parker and Murray Carson in which the co-directors Sir Charles Wyndham and Mary Moore starred.


Northern Stage

Northern Stage is the largest producing theatre company in the North East of England, and we are very pleased that we are regarded as one of the top-twelve producing theatres in the UK. As well as our work in Newcastle, you might see us out on tour around the country with some of our biggest work and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with our temporary venues at St Stephen's, King's Hall and Summerhall. We have built a reputation for fresh and relevant productions of modern classics that attract audiences of all ages, including Joseph Heller's hilarious satire Catch-22, Edward...


Norwich Puppet Theatre

Norwich Puppet Theatre (NPT) is one of only three dedicated puppet theatres in England and provides a year round programme of puppet shows and workshops. Housed in the purpose converted Mediaeval church of St James’ there is an instant wow factor as you enter the foyer and see the display of puppets from the Theatre’s 36 year history. The building has a ‘Tardis’ feel in that people are surprised to find a fully equipped 170 raked seat theatre space in what was the main aisle of the church. The seating focuses on the stage – equipped with puppet trench and marionette bridge...


Nottingham Playhouse

At Nottingham Playhouse we make bold and thrilling theatre. It is world-class, made in Nottingham and as diverse as our community. Situated in Nottingham city centre, Nottingham Playhouse puts on a wide variety of drama, music, dance, comedy and of course, the legendary Nottingham Playhouse pantomime. Nottingham Playhouse has been one of the United Kingdom’s leading producing theatres since its foundation in 1948. Touring work nationally and internationally, the Playhouse remains firmly rooted in its vibrant home city, where its spacious modernist building – fronted by Anish...


Novello Theatre

A long-term home to West End musicals, the Novello Theatre is a large West End venue located near Charing Cross. This 1105-seat theatre was originally opened in 1905 as the Waldorf Theatre and then re-named the Strand Theatre in 1913. In 2005, the theatre underwent a £4.5 million refurbishment to celebrate its impressive centenary. With this new interior, the theatre was inspired to adopt the new name of the Novello Theatre as the famous composer Ivor Novello lived in a flat above the theatre for almost four decades. Despite being best known as a venue for musicals, the...


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