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Your search for "All theatres beginning with 'T'" has found 37 theatres.

Tara Theatre

Step through the Indian front door into a world of colour, where the small is global. Tara Theatre's 100 plush seats surround an earth floor for actors to weave their magic on. Its Studio offers opportunities for intimate rehearsals, small events and meetings, while its outdoor Patio - flanked by railway sleepers - lets in light and air in safe surroundings. Tara Theatre is home to a world of stories, from the classic to the new.

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The Albany

An artistic and community resource where diversity and creativity flourish. A space where new talent is nurtured and exposed to ideas from across the world. High quality creative experiences relating to the communities we serve. A creative centre for learning within the community, contributing to the cultural, social and economic benefit of South East London.

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The Atkinson

The Atkinson is Southport’s beautiful new home for music, theatre, art, poetry, literature and history, right in the middle of Lord Street in Southport and just 3 minutes’ walk from Southport train station. Significant investment has been made in refurbishing the stunning 19th century buildings, to create a really welcoming multi art-form venue with a strong contemporary feel. It offers an exciting and varied destination for families, cultural tourists and arts enthusiasts alike, with a full day and night time offer. While the day away visiting the new shop, that sells gifts...

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The Core at Corby Cube

The Core at Corby Cube is a registered charity and they have recently celebrated their 6th Birthday. In this time they have welcomed more than 185,300 audience members and participants to their town centre venue, and made a local economic impact of £16.8 million. The Core at Corby Cube consists of three spaces. The Theatre seats 445 people on three levels- the main live programme takes place here with professional visiting companies, local amateur groups, schools and community organisations all regularly performing on the stage. We present music, comedy, dance, theatre and...

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The Deco Theatre

The Deco started life as a cinema and after a careful restoration is now a purpose-built multi-use venue. It offers two spacious conference rooms, function rooms or training suites. 3 smaller fully serviced meeting rooms ideal for business meetings, conferences, training and exhibitions. The Deco also features a beautiful Art Deco auditorium which seats up 900 people and regularly features a wide variety of events and shows ideal for all the family.

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The Dukes

The Dukes is a registered charity. The Dukes is the only building-based professional producing theatre in Lancashire and has for many years received regular funding from Arts Council England, Lancashire County Council and Lancaster City Council. More than 500,000 people have attended The Dukes promenade plays since 1987, making them the biggest walkabout theatre event in the UK. The Dukes has been an independent cinema since it opened in 1971. In 2013-14, 143,152 people attended Dukes events – a company record. The Dukes Creative Learning Department is rated outstanding by Arts...

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The Hafren

All of the seats in rows A to P enjoy an excellent, unrestricted forward view with no seat further than 22 metres from the stage. Located in the centre of Wales, just off the A470 North-South road.

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The Lemon Tree

The Lemon Tree’s artistic programme celebrates the new, up and coming, experimental and alternative in music, theatre, dance, performance art, comedy, spoken word and creative learning.

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The Old Vic

The Old Vic is London’s independent not-for-profit theatre, a world leader in creativity and entertainment. Today, Artistic Director Matthew Warchus is building on 200 years of creative adventure, with The Old Vic recently being hailed as ‘London’s most eclectic and frequently electrifying theatre’. The Old Vic is mercurial: it can transform into a theatre in the round, a space for music and comedy, has played host to opera, dance, cinema, music hall, classical dramas, variety, clowns, big spectacles and novelty acts. It was the original home of the English National Opera,...

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The Other Palace

The Other Palace opened its doors in February 2017 as a home for musical theatre. Discovering, developing and reimagining musical theatre is at the heart of what The Other Palace is about. They're passionate about theatre and want their spaces to encourage and nurture the next generation of theatre-makers and musicals. (Previously known as St Jame's Theatre).

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The Spotlight

We are a conference, theatre, wedding venue in Hoddesdon with a theatre seating 566, cabaret style 350 and are approximately 6 miles for the M25 junction 25

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The Stiwt

The Stiwt is home to a beautiful 490 seat proscenium arch theatre plus three flexible event spaces, built and maintained by and for its local community. It was first opened on 25th September 1926 and completely re-built and re-opened in 1999. The Stiwt is a registered charity and is run by the Stiwt Arts Trust Ltd.

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The Theatre, Chipping Norton

We are a theatre, an arthouse cinema, a gallery and a concert hall. We are a resource for our community, but we are also a professional venue, welcoming over 53,000 visitors every year. We are something unique, but we are also different things to different people. We are the cause and subject of many arguments and debates, and a fair amount of acclaim and affection. We are complicated and a little eccentric. We are not a little theatre. We like to make a big noise.

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The Vaults - Alice's Adventures Underground

Wonderland offers every visitor a unique theatrical experience. No two people will have the same experience – there will be twists, turns and surprises on every journey down the rabbit hole. Theatre Tokens can only be redeemed against tickets at The Vaults to see Alice's Adventures Underground and Adventures In Wonderland (for kids 5-10).

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The Woodville

Built in 1968 as part of the new Civic Centre, Woodville Halls has hosted dance schools, local shows and national talent. The Woodville also has an art gallery on site, The Blake Gallery (named after British painter and illustrator Sir Peter Blake). At the front of The Woodville is a 'Community Square'. This large space is used for Cultural and community events, including outdoor concerts and theatre.

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Theatr Brycheiniog

Opened in April 1997, as the first wholly funded Lottery new build arts organisation in the UK, Theatr Brycheiniog is built alongside the canal basin in the heart of Brecon serving the town and surrounding area, The venue currently provides a varied programme of theatre, dance, music and entertainment in its purpose built 477 seat auditorium and 120-seat studio/rehearsal space. It also hosts an exhibition programme in the Gallery. The theatre serves not only its community through an outstanding programme of quality professional English and Welsh language productions. It is...

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Theatre Breaks

Theatre Tokens can be used to pay for theatre breaks booked by phone with Theatre Breaks by calling 0871 222 1128. Take a look at what's on here: www.theatrebreaks.com

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Theatre by the Lake

Theatre by the Lake was the last theatre to be built in Britain in the old millennium and the first to be built with the help of money from the national lottery. It has since staged more than 100 plays, commissioned new work, established a reputation for high production values and found a loyal all-year-round audience in the people of Cumbria and visitors to the Lake District. [image: Stuart Holmes]

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Theatre Royal Bath

Built in 1805, the Theatre Royal Bath is one of the oldest and most beautiful theatres in the country. Home to an exquisitely-restored main auditorium; the state-of-the-art Ustinov Studio; and the much-acclaimed egg theatre, the Theatre Royal is open all year-round. In the Main House, expect to find many productions prior to or post West End including drama, comedy, opera and dance, in addition to frequent Sunday concerts and a traditional Christmas pantomime. Interspersed with an inspiring diversity of drama, music and comedy, the Ustinov Studio presents seasons of brand new...

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Theatre Royal Brighton

This important grade II listed building is one of the oldest working theatres in the country with an exquisite example of a regency auditorium. With a collection of historic buildings that surround the stage house, it a fine example of a Theatre that has evolved over the last two hundred years.Often showcasing shows pre-West End, the programming is varied and offers something for everyone.

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Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds

Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds is one of Britain's most significant theatre buildings and the last surviving Regency playhouse in the country. Built in 1819 and restored to its Regency origins, this intimate Grade 1 listed building is the only theatre in the National Trust property portfolio. The Theatre presents a vibrant, year-round programme of drama, music, dance and comedy, featuring many of this country’s leading companies and performers. It has built a reputation of producing quality dramas and productions including the ever popular annual pantomime.

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Theatre Royal Glasgow

The first theatre opened in 1867 and after two fires reopened in September 1895. This began the long and successful association of the Theatre Royal with the best in the world of entertainment. The Theatre Royal presents a wide variety of drama, dance, comedy, opera, musical and children’s theatre. It is home to Scotland’s resident companies, Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet, and is a unique City Centre venue for conferences, meetings and seminars. The Victorian auditorium and stylish contemporary corporate areas provide privacy and flexibility for many occasions. On March...

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Theatre Royal Haymarket

The Theatre Royal Haymarket, known originally as ‘The Little Theatre in the Hay’, is a Grade I listed building situated in the heart of the West End. Designed and constructed by John Potter in 1720 it is one of Britain’s most treasured theatres. The theatre seats 893 patrons and is the third oldest London Playhouse still in use.

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Theatre Royal Margate

Their Tmission is to offer the communities and artists of East Kent the opportunity to experience, enjoy, take part in and develop high-quality artistic work both inside and outside the theatre building, in the strong belief that such activity will nurture skills, build credible aspirations, lift hearts, challenge minds, improve society and produce great new work.

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Theatre Royal Stratford East

This famous producing theatre, located in the heart of London's East End prides itself on creating world class work that reflects the concerns, hopes and dreams of its community. A prolific developer of new work, this award-winning theatre attracts artists and audiences often not represented in other venues and is firmly committed to supporting the development of exciting new voices and bold new work.

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Theatre Royal Wakefield

The theatre opened in 1894 as the Wakefield Opera House, and was built for a price of £13,000. Theatre Royal Wakefield, the jewel in Wakefield’s crown, was the design and vision of famous architect Frank Matcham. Matcham was born on 22 November 1854 in a small village in Devon. He did his architectural apprenticeship and then went on to work in Wakefield and the surrounding area on a number of different occasions. In 1893 Matcham starting to work on the design for Theatre Royal Wakefield, and the following year the theatre opened to the public on 15 October 1894.

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Theatre Royal Winchester

A beautiful 400 seat venue, rich in history but fully attuned to the 21st century. Theatre Royal Winchester present a dynamic programme of the highest quality drama, music, dance, comedy, children’s theatre and pantomime.

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Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

Since 1663 the Theatre Royal Drury Lane has provided entertainment for the masses and has been visited by every monarch since the Restoration. The theatre has not one, but two, royal boxes and it was here that the public first heard both the National Anthem and Rule Britannia. Previous buildings were managed by the great actor David Garrick and the famous playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan and the current, fourth, building was opened in 1812.

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Theatre Royal, Dumfries

The Theatre Royal Dumfries is the oldest theatre in Scotland that still operates as a theatre today. It was built in 1792 after funds were raised by public subscription, opening its doors on the 29th September 1792. The theatre has a long and storied history, including visits from such famous faces as Robert Burns, J. M. Barrie and even Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel! It has seen use as a theatre, music hall, cinema and at one point, a roller skating rink. After the closure of the cinema in 1954, the Theatre Royal lay vacant until it was purchased by the Guild of Players...

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TicketTree.com

Theatre Tokens can be used to pay for theatre breaks booked by phone with TicketTree by calling 01482 221256. Take a look at what's on here: www.tickettree.com

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TKTS - The Official London Theatre Ticket Booth

Operating since 1980 in the heart of Leicester Square, TKTS is the only theatre ticket booth run by the Society of London Theatre. As a central box office for all the theatres in London, the booth offers amazing discount theatre tickets to a huge choice of London shows and friendly, award-winning customer service from expert staff. Whether you’re looking for top price or half price tickets, visit the booth and chat with the team about the what's on options. You can only buy tickets from TKTS in person, they don’t sell tickets online or by phone. You check what's on sale...

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Torch Theatre

The Torch Theatre was established in 1977 and is one of only three building-based producing theatres in Wales alongside Cardiff’s Sherman Cymru and Clwyd Theatr Cymru. The initial concept was a small community enterprise linked with a Further Education Centre in the adjacent building but due to the venue’s instant popularity, expansion became inevitable and it very quickly became a much larger project. The theatre was designed by local architect, Monty Minter with one main auditorium of 297 seats at a cost of £500,000. In 2006 the theatre commenced a £5million redevelopment,...

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Tower Theatre Company

The Tower Theatre Company has been entertaining audiences for more than 80 years. The productions compete with the best of the professional London Fringe, and they showcase playwrights from Becket to Butterworth and Shakespeare to Sondheim. The tackle new theatrical territory as well as recreating stage classics, but most of all they aim to inspire audiences with their unique combination of creativity, passion, and teamwork. They stage approximately 18 productions a year, and tour regularly, both in the UK and further afield. Their aim is to provide the widest possible range...

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Trafalgar Studios

One of the most exciting and unique spaces in London, Trafalgar Studios plays host to a wide range of inspiring and diverse theatre, offering audiences a refreshing change from the norm and often a chance to see work that wouldn’t otherwise have found a place in the West End.

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Traverse Theatre

The Traverse Theatre began life in 1963 as a theatre club in an abandoned brothel in Edinburgh's Lawnmarket. The theatre is so named because its first Artistic Director, Terry Lane, mistakenly believed that the staging arrangement is called 'traverse'. He later realised that it is 'transverse' but it was already too well known to change it. In its first year of operation, a theatre conference was organised by director Jim Haynes, John Calder and Kenneth Tynan. Within three years of existence, the tiny theatre club had produced 110 productions, including 28 British premieres...

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Tricycle Theatre

The Tricycle views the world through a variety of lenses, bringing unheard voices into the mainstream. It presents high quality and innovative work, which provokes debate and emotionally engages. Located in Brent, the most diverse borough in London, the Tricycle is a local venue with an international vision.

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Tron Theatre

Tron Theatre has been a major player in Glasgow's cultural scene for over twenty years. Producing and presenting an eclectic collection of new writing, reinvigorated contemporary classics, dance, comedy and music, the Tron occupies a spot in Glaswegian hearts as unique as the building that houses it-- the 16th century Tron kirk, survivor of over 500 years of cultural change and social upheaval. Tron specializes in staging new and contemporary classic theatre across our two theatre spaces—our Mainhouse theatre and the smaller Changing House studio—curating an eclectic programme...

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