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

Regent Theatre

Originally opened in 1929 as a super cinema, The Regent Theatre’s first presentation was a silent film, The Last Command. The foyer was luxuriously decorated in the fashionable Art Deco style, with similar splendour in the auditorium and its reputation grew for presenting Sunday concerts. In 1950 there was a name change to the Gaumont and the venue became part of the increasing touring pop concert circuit in the 60s and was extensively used for amateur operatic and musical comedy productions. It 1974 it was given a triple screen and renamed the Odeon Film Centre two years later....

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Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

The award-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is a London landmark – a firm fixture of summer in the city, providing a cultural hub in the beautiful surroundings of a Royal Park. Established in 1932, the award winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is one of the largest theatres in London. Situated in the beautiful surroundings of a Royal Park, both its stage and auditorium are entirely uncovered. [photo: Alastair Muir]

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Rhoda McGaw Theatre

Known to most simply as the Rhoda, construction work on the theatre was started in 1973 as part of the larger Woking Centre Halls complex; the cultural part of the redevelopment of Woking town centre at the time. In 1997, the commercial side of the theatre became the Ambassadors Theatre Group (ATG), and over the years since then the Rhoda has had constant improvements. In 2002 the WDA raised £5,000, and together with matching funds from ATG, more stage lights, lighting desk and stage closed-circuit television was purchased. Most recently, 2012 saw the start of a major £400,000...

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Richmond Theatre

Richmond Theatre is one of the most beautiful of all the Frank Matcham theatres. Built in 1899 as the Theatre Royal and Opera House and refurbished in 1991, it is now operated and managed by The Ambassador Theatre Group Ltd. Established as one of the most successful theatres in the country, Richmond Theatre presents a wide range of quality drama, record-breaking musicals, opera, dance and family entertainment each year. We also attract hundreds of young people to education events, workshops and summer school activities annually. Tours of our historic building, the auditorium...

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Riverfront Theatre

The Riverfront is at the heart of the arts and entertainment scene in Newport. A lively theatre and arts centre based in the centre of Newport City centre that brings as many people as possible into contact with the arts and creativity, with professional performances, film screenings and workshops. The Riverfront is Newport's only professional presenting theatre and arts centre and has two theatre spaces, visual art gallery spaces, dance studio, recording studio, workshop rooms, conference room and licensed cafe.

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Rose Theatre Kingston

Founded by Sir Peter Hall, and modelled on the original Elizabethan Rose Theatre on London’s Bankside, Rose Theatre Kingston is the largest producing theatre in South West London. Since opening in 2008, the Rose has collaborated with a range of directors, playwrights and producing partners to create vibrant, engaging and inspiring productions. Recent works include Zach Helm's Good Canary, directed by John Malkovich, Shakespeare’s trilogy The Wars of the Roses directed by Trevor Nunn, David Hare’s The Absence of War directed by Jeremy Herrin, C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch...

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Royal and Derngate Theatre

Royal & Derngate, Northampton is the main venue for arts and entertainment in Northamptonshire – last year we welcomed more than 314,000 audience members for a diverse programme of drama, music, dance, comedy and film. Another 180,000 people saw our award-winning Made in Northampton productions across the country, shows originated, cast, built, rehearsed and premiered on our stages.

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Royal Court Theatre

The Royal Court is the writers’ theatre. It is a leading force in world theatre for energetically cultivating writers – undiscovered, emerging and established.

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Royal Hippodrome Theatre

The Hippodrome Theatre, Seaside Road, opened in 1883 as the New Theatre Royal and Opera House, having been granted a Royal Patent by the Prince of Wales. Mr. C.J. Phipps, a London architect who designed a number of theatres, was asked to draw plans and help raise finance for the scheme. The interior of the new theatre was partly modelled on his, now famous, Savoy Theatre in London. Before the end of the century, most of the famous theatrical personalities of the time had appeared at the theatre, including Ellen Terry and Richard d’Oyly Carte’s Savoy Opera Company.

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Royal Lyceum Theatre

The Royal Lyceum Theatre Company is Scotland’s leading producing theatre. With a strong reputation for excellence in both classical and contemporary work, The Lyceum is committed to developing Scotland’s considerable indigenous talents while presenting the best of international drama. This year we enter into Artistic Director David Greig’s inaugural season featuring four world premieres, Shakespeare, Lewis Carroll, Noël Coward, and a co-production with Malthouse Theatre Melbourne and Black Swan State Theatre Company, and many more thrilling shows. Between September and June...

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Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera, under the direction of Antonio Pappano, is one of the world’s leading opera companies. Based in the iconic Covent Garden theatre, it is renowned both for its outstanding performances of traditional opera and for commissioning new works by today’s leading opera composers, such as Harrison Birtwistle, Mark-Anthony Turnage and Thomas Adès. [Image: ROH 2012]

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Royal Shakespeare Company

The idea of a theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon was not new in 1875 when Charles Flower donated the building site. But what he came up with was the idea that the town should have a permanent subsidised company of actors.

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