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Warwick Arts Centre

One of the largest multi-artform venues in the UK, Warwick Arts Centre delivers a high quality, engaging, and diverse programme of performing and visual arts, concerts, films, festivals, education and learning activities, and special events - all presented in world-class venues and spaces. Since opening in 1974, the venue - at the heart of Coventry's University of Warwick campus - has been a distinctive and special place, an important resource for both the arts and audiences in the region, as well as a significant force in national and international arts networks. A recent...

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.

White Rock Theatre

The White Rock Theatre is a stunning 1066 seat iconic venue and home to some of the best live music, stand-up comedy, touring theatre and variety shows. A community hub for live entertainment and events.

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.

Witness For The Prosecution at London County Hall

London County Hall is a six-storey building that was opened by King George V in 1922, having taken 11 years to build. The North and South blocks of the building were later added in 1939. It was designed by Ralph Knott and was made with Portland stone in an Edwardian baroque style. The County Hall was the headquarters for the local government of London for 64 years, before transitioning into a privately-owned building. Following conflict between Labour politician Ken Livingstone and the government of Conservative Margaret Thatcher, it was decided that the Greater London Council...

Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

Wolverhampton Grand is a long established theatre in the heart of the Midlands. It receives a wide range of major touring productions including drama, musicals, ballet, dance, opera, variety, concerts, children’s shows and one of the biggest pantomimes in the UK, with audiences from across the region and beyond taking advantage of excellent transport links to the town. Admired by performers and audiences alike for its intimate three-tiered Victorian auditorium, the Grand celebrated its 125th Anniversary in December 2019. The arrival of a new Chief Executive in June 2015 signaled...

Wycombe Swan

Wycombe Swan is a thriving entertainment complex within the heart of High Wycombe town centre and offers an unrivalled array of adaptable spaces. From an intimate occasion to a large event Wycombe Swan offers a unique venue with theatrical flair. Wycombe Swan presents some of the best music, theatre and comedy in the country with high-quality programming in three distinct spaces: Swan Theatre, Old Town Hall, and Oak Room. Wycombe Swan has a number of adaptable spaces for meetings, training sessions, receptions, networking events, parties, conferences and weddings. From the...

Wyndham's Theatre

Wyndham’s Theatre is a West End theatre located on Charing Cross Road. It is one of two venues that was originally opened by Charles Wyndham, the other being the Criterion Theatre. It was designed by the famous theatre architect W.G.R. Sprague in 1898 and opened the following year in the presence of the Prince of Wales. It is now a Grade II listed building. The theatre has hosted many famous associations and debuts over the years. One of these was with the actor and theatre manager Gerald du Maurier, who helped to debut the stage career of famous screen actress Tallulah...

Wyvern Theatre

The Wyvern Theatre in Swindon, Wiltshire, is named after the mythical wyvern which was once the emblem of the kings of Wessex. It was opened on 7 September 1971 by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. The Wyvern is Wiltshire’s largest theatre, the auditorium has 635 seats and every seat is designed to be no further than 70ft from the stage. The venue offers a mixed programme of live music concerts, comedy, dance, drama, musical theatre and local amateur productions as well as its annual Christmas Pantomime. The Wyvern also hosts a number of themed dining events and party nights...

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