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Your search for "All theatres beginning with 'T'" has found 44 theatres.

Tara Theatre

Tara Theatre is an intimate venue in Earlsfield, South-West London. The theatre company was founded in commemoration of Gurdip Singh Chaggar. The company wanted to present a blend of Eastern and Western cultures through their distinctive style of theatre. The company had their first production in 1977 at the Battersea Arts Centre with a performance of Sacrifice, a play by the Nobel Prize-winning poet Rabindranath. In September 1983, Tara purchased their current theatre site and has acted as their in-house production base ever since. In 2016, Sadiq Khan (the Mayor of London)...

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The Albany

Albany Theatre is an arts and culture centre in Deptford, South-East London. The site’s main auditorium doubles up as a 300-seat venue for plays, and a 500-seat venue for music events. It also contains two intimate studio theatres, a café for spoken word performances and several function rooms. The Albany (as it is known to local residents) began in the 1970s when touring theatre company ‘The Combination’ made the building home. They started an organisation with the intention of supporting the local community through artistic ventures, including performances and workshops....

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The Alexandra Theatre Birmingham

The Alexandra Birmingham is a theatre located on Suffolk Queensway in Birmingham. It has been an active theatre since 1901, and has been renovated four times since its original construction. The venue initially opened as the Lyceum Theatre, but has been called The Alexandra since 1902: it is known to locals as the Alex. The Alexandra had an unfortunate beginning. After only a year of being open, the theatre had to be sold onto a different owner: Lester Collingwood bought the theatre for £4,000 but was to suffer a fatal road accident 8 years later. His successor was Leon Salberg,...

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The Ambassadors Theatre

The Ambassadors Theatre was designed by W G R Sprague who designed many West End Theatres including the St Martin's situated next door and the Aldwych Theatre in Covent Garden. It was built by Kingerlee and Sons of Oxford. The theatre opened on 5th June 1913 with a production of Panthea, a play by Monckton Hoffe which ran for only 15 nights. The great impresario Charles B. Cochran took a lease on the theatre in 1914 and introduced what was then a new genre of entertainment from Paris, the 'intimate' review. Odds and Ends starring the French actress and singer Alice Delysia...

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The Capitol Horsham

The Capitol re-opened in September 2003 after a comprehensive refurbishment and extension of the previous Horsham Arts Centre. It comprises of a 410 seat Theatre, 2 Cinema Screens, Studio Theatre, Meeting Room and Gallery Space. All areas are fully accessible from the ground floor level, with lift facilities for disabled users. The Theatre, Cinemas and Studio are equipped with infra-red transmission systems for the hard of hearing. The recent refurbishment of The Capitol is just one chapter in a long history of entertainment and the arts in Horsham. The site of the current...

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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 Landmark

The Landmark Theatre is an award-winning theatre in the North Devon coastal town of Ilfracombe. Of unusual double conical design, it is locally referred to as Madonna's Bra, a reference to its shape and that of an iconic bra worn by the singer Madonna.

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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 London Palladium

The London Palladium has been the capital’s majestic home of variety performances for over a century, and to this day it continues to delight and surprise audiences with its rich tapestry of acts. We’ve welcomed a staggering selection of greats from Bob Hope and Louis Armstrong to the Two Ronnies, Bruce Forsyth and Cliff Richard. This proud tradition has continued since the theatre joined the LW Theatres family in 2000, hosting recent headliners as diverse as Bob Dylan, Coldplay, Whoopi Goldberg, Billy Ocean and Dita Von Teese while summer 2019 sees Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor...

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The Lowry

The Lowry is a registered charity (No: 1053962) committed to using visual and performing arts to enrich people’s lives. We present audiences with a diverse programme of theatre, opera, musicals, dance, music, comedy and visual art as well as events and activities to expand the horizons of audiences and artists alike. At the heart of our work is a commitment to our local communities and young people. Tapping into the work on our stages and in our galleries, we offer thousands of free creative participation opportunities each year. We are passionate about nurturing talent,...

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The Old Vic

The Old Vic is a London theatre, located just around the corner from Waterloo station between The Cut and Waterloo Road in Lambeth. It’s considered one of the capital’s most prestigious theatre venues. The theatre was initially founded in 1818 by theatre managers James King and Daniel Dunn, and royal painter John Thomas Serres, who managed to get permission from Princess Charlotte and Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg to name it the Royal Coburg Theatre. The venue was deemed as a minor theatre and was only allowed to present non-serious genres. However, as the 1800s progressed,...

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The Orchard Theatre

The Orchard Theatre is the main theatre of Dartford, Kent, located at the heart of its town centre. This large 956-seat theatre opened its doors on 14th April 1983 and receives some of the best touring companies in the UK. The Orchard Theatre was built by Dartford Borough Council to provide the community with high-quality theatre and to encourage them to be involved with the arts. It was officially opened by special guest, His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent, in 1983. Since its beginnings the venue has seen numerous successful touring companies grace its stage, presenting...

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The Other Palace

As of February 2017, The Other Palace has been opening its doors as a venue specialising in musical theatre. With Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber as its current owner, it is no surprise that The Other Palace aims to discover, develop and reimagine musical theatre in all its forms. Having originally opened as the St. James Theatre in 2012, the current venue stands on the site that was left derelict after the destruction of the Westminster Theatre by a fire in 2002 and is the most recently built London theatre complex to have been formed in the last 30 years. Located close to Victoria...

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The Roses Theatre

The Roses is a busy and popular arts centre in Tewkesbury with an eclectic programme of live events, take part activities and exhibitions. In addition to the 370 seat auditorium, The Roses boasts a relaxing bar and coffee shop where you can enjoy a pre-show and interval drinks as well as live entertainment including jazz and folk music and stand up comedy. Complete with an exciting film programme of world, independent and UK film, The Roses is a diverse and exciting arts venue.

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The Spotlight

The Spotlight is a multi-purpose venue in the town centre of Hoddesdon, in Hertfordshire. It has operated as a conference centre, wedding venue, theatre, cinema and artistic hub the community. The venue hosts several genres of entertainment and is visited by touring artists in the UK. It has played host to a variety of comedians, including radio personality Jeremy Vine, and the much-loved Julian Clary. Bigger musical shows such as The Wizard Of Oz and Quadrophenia! have played at The Spotlight and it continues to expand its musical repertoire throughout the year by presenting...

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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 Studio

Situated in Potterrow, The Studio is a contemporary, flexible space that can accommodate a wide range of uses from rehearsals and workshops to small-scale performances and festivals.

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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 Woodville

The Woodville is a multi-purpose venue located in Gravesend, Kent. It is based on the site of the Civic Centre but exists as an independent body. The theatre consists of an 810-seat main auditorium, a studio space directly below (which has a capacity of 150), and The Blake Art Gallery. There are also private function rooms, the Spotlights Café and a bar. The venue was originally known as the Woodville Halls Theatre but was renamed to ‘The Woodville’ in 2013 on account of that being the way it is referred to by Gravesend residents. Originally just a theatre auditorium and...

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The Y Theatre

Opened in 1900, The Y Theatre is the oldest and only surviving Victorian theatre in Leicester. A bustling live performance venue based in Leicester city centre, our eclectic programme includes music, comedy, theatre, dance and spoken word. The 300 seat theatre also comfortably hosts candle-lit cabaret style events and standing gigs. The Y Theatre has established itself as one of the main venues in the city for comedy and has hosted many well known names from around the world. Performers such as Sarah Millican, Tim Minchin, Rachel Parris, John Bishop, Jimmy Carr, Grace...

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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 Breaks is a company based in St. Albans in Hertfordshire. They combine fantastic shows with beautiful hotels to create a theatre break that’s perfect for visitors. They have a variety of locations, including London, Edinburgh, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Cardiff, Paris and Dublin. Having been in the theatre ticketing business for over 35 years, this company knows a thing or two about Theatreland. This company have claims on being the most convenient way to pair your theatrical tastes with a London hotel. They are also able to provide pre/post- theatre dinner options, as...

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Theatre by the Lake

‘Artistically sharp and stunningly situated’ - New Statesman ‘Combines a spot as idyllic as anywhere on Earth, with first class theatrical entertainment’ - Daily Telegraph Theatre by the Lake opened in 1999. It is set a short stroll from Derwentwater on the edge of the bustling town of Keswick, amid the magnificent western fells of the Lake District. Theatre by the Lake is a producing theatre with regional and national impact, building upon the rich cultural heritage created in and inspired by the Lake District. From its unique rural location, Theatre by the Lake produces...

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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 Drury Lane (Closed for Renovation)

Theatre Royal Drury Lane is a Grade I listed building that is immersed in the history of London’s West End. The first theatre on the site was built in 1660, meaning that this location has played an active role in London theatre for a span of over 350 years. It is now a large West End venue that has played host to a number of notable musicals. The current theatre was originally renowned for its remarkable Victorian melodramas and popular pantomimes but Theatre Royal Drury Lane has also been host to record-breaking runs of My Fair Lady, before Cameron Mackintosh’s production...

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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 is steeped in the West End’s history and is one of the oldest playhouses still being used for theatre. The venue’s origins date back to 1720, when it was opened as The First Haymarket Theatre and known to theatregoers as Little Theatre. The venue still holds relation to the latter of these original names, being a relatively intimate theatre with a capacity of 888 seats, spread over four levels. The building’s current foundations are credited to David Edward Morris, who extensively rebuilt the structure in 1821, adding a proscenium and removing...

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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

In 1884, actor-manager Charles Dillon had the vision to create Stratford’s first permanent playhouse and so the Theatre Royal Stratford East was formed. His belief was so strong that he employed James George Buckle as his architect before applying for the licence to open the venue. After some initial objections, the application was granted and the theatre was created that still thrives to this day. On its opening day of 17 December 1884, Dillon himself went on to star in the lead role of the first play ever presented at the newly-created theatre: Lytton Strachey’s Richelieu;...

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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, Dumfries

Theatre Royal Dumfries, Scotland’s Oldest Theatre The oldest theatre in Scotland, the Theatre Royal is in the heart of Dumfries and first opened its doors in 1792. It has strong associations with the renowned Scottish poet Robert Burns, who wrote several pieces specifically for its stage. The Theatre saw multiple changes of ownership during the first half the of 20th Century, before being bought by the Guild of Players in 1959. The Guild managed to secure support from new sources and instead of planning on building new facilities upwards, they looked towards expanding...

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TicketTree.com

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TKTS - The Official London Theatre Ticket Booth

TKTS – The Official London Theatre Ticket Booth is run by the Society of London Theatre to support the capital’s theatre industry. Having operated since 1980, this one-time street-stand gained a reputation for selling premium theatre tickets at exceptional prices, hence its former name of ‘The Half Price Ticket Booth’. The booth holds a central location in Leicester Square, and provides tickets for theatres across London. It is seen as a tradition by some devoted theatre-goers to go to the stand and attend whichever show has the best discount on the day. This is a great way...

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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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Trafalgar Studios

Trafalgar Studios is a West End theatre near Trafalgar Square in London. Originally named the Whitehall Theatre, the building was designed by architects Tim Foster and John Muir. It is home to two spaces: Studio 1 and Studio 2. They are both intimate venues with 380 and 100-seat capacities respectively. The current building was constructed on the site of a 17th century inn called Ye Old Ship Tavern. It opened in 1930, and produced several plays in its early years. During the Second World War, the venue hosted cabaret-style evenings which featured different kinds of entertainment....

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Traverse Theatre

Formed in 1963 by a group of passionate theatre enthusiasts, the Traverse Theatre was originally founded to extend the spirit of the Edinburgh festivals throughout the year. Today the Traverse is proud to deliver its year-round mission of championing creative talent by placing powerful and contemporary theatre at the heart of cultural life – producing and programming urgent and diverse work spanning theatre, dance, performance, music and spoken word. Through the work we present, the Traverse aims to both entertain and stir conversation – reflecting the times and provoking...

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Tron Theatre

Tron Theatre is located in the Merchant City area of Glasgow. Originally the building was a church, having been on the same site since the early 16th century. It has been the established venue of the award-winning Tron Theatre Company since 1980. Although the theatre is mainly recognised as a producing house, it also receives an eclectic visiting programme from the UK and abroad. Tron Theatre was originally called Tron Kirk (Kirk being a Scottish word for church) and there remain parts of the building which stood on the site since 1529. The church was severely damaged by...

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Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre

Troubadour Theatres and Wembley Park have announced an exciting new theatre venture. The flexible 1,000-2,000 seat capacity Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre will open summer 2019. The award-winning Troubadour Theatres will run the brand-new theatre in Wembley Park and will work with well-known and emerging production companies and artists to stage world-class entertainment within a flexible space unmatched by other London theatres. In addition to a flexible performance space, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre will also house a modern state of the art restaurant and a fun,...

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Troubadour White City Theatre

Troubadour Theatres and Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo today announced the launch of the Troubadour White City Theatre at White City Place, the former BBC Media Village in west London. Opening in summer 2019, the new theatre will join a thriving new neighbourhood at White City Place, neighbouring other destinations such as Soho House and Westfield Shopping Centre. This new venue will be operated by the award-winning team behind the successful King’s Cross Theatre, home to the Olivier-award winning The Railway Children and David Bowie’s Lazarus and Troubadour Wembley Park...

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