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Your search for "All theatres beginning with 'W'" has found 6 theatres.

Warwick Arts Centre

As one of the largest multi-artform venues in the UK, they deliver a high quality, engaging, diverse programme of cinema, performing and visual arts, presented in world-class venues and spaces at the heart of the University of Warwick campus. In October 2017, Warwick Arts Centre began a three year project to refresh, renew and redevelop the existing building to create a modern, updated, larger space where they can continue their distinctive, creative, artistic and cultural programme. The build is scheduled to take three years to complete, however, the theatre will be open throughout....


West Cliff Theatre

The West Cliff Theatre in Clacton-on-Sea, England, dates back to 1894 when Bert Graham, a 21-year-old civil servant, set up a concert party on a patch of waste ground in Agate Road.


West Yorkshire Playhouse

A Playhouse at the heart of the city and region since 1970. Over the coming days, weeks and months we will be updating our new site with more information about the history of Leeds Theatre Trust and the theatres it has run since 1970 (Leeds Playhouse 1970 to 1990 and West Yorkshire Playhouse 1990 to today). In the meantime here is a very brief history of how we got to where we are. Keep coming back for more information.


Winding Wheel

The Winding Wheel is based in the town centre of Chesterfield, a Grade II-listed theatre, originally built in 1923 as a cinema. The Winding Wheel has three rooms which are regularly used for events and these are - the Auditorium, Ballroom and Function Room. The Winding Wheel has a diverse programme of events including West End musicals, stand-up comedy, music concerts, talks and a wide range of community events.


Winter Garden

The Winter Garden is a Grade II listed building, designed by architect Henry Currey and built by the seventh Duke of Devonshire in 1875. This historic building consists of two main parts - the Floral Hall, originally used as a skating rink in winter and concert hall in summer, and the Gold Room.


Wyndham's Theatre

Wyndham's opened on 16 November 1899 with a revival of David Garrick by T W Robertson in which the theatre's owner Charles Wyndham and his future wife, Mary Moore, both appeared. The theatre was designed by the architect W G R Sprague in the Louis XVI style.


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