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Darlington Hippodrome

Darlington Hippodrome opened its doors once more on Saturday 18 November 2017 following an extensive, 18 month multi-million pound restoration project made possible by a successful Heritage Lottery Fund bid. The project included the restoration of the distinctive exterior of the theatre and the beautiful Edwardian auditorium a modern new entrance and promenade galleries celebrating its heritage and the history of theatre in Darlington; the creation of a stunning vaulted function room in the former water tower, as well as improved seating with more leg room and disabled access;...

Darwen Library Theatre

Darwen Library Theatre is a popular, intimate theatre that promotes a thrilling all-year-round programme of music, comedy, film, drama and community Arts activities designed to entertain, amuse, inform and provoke!

Derby Theatre

Derby Theatre (previously Derby Playhouse) has a long and rich history of delivering high quality drama to audiences. Through Derby Theatre's unique partnership with University of Derby, and as an Arts Council England National Portfolio organisation, the theatre has transformed from a traditional producing house, to an organisation of training, mentorship and artistic excellence. Led by Artistic Director and Chief Executive Sarah Brigham, Derby Theatre is bringing together creative professionals and audiences to tell compelling stories and take artistic risks. For 2018 -...

Devonshire Park Theatre

The Devonshire Park Theatre is a Grade II listed building designed by Henry Currey, built in 1884 and further improved by celebrated theatre architect Frank Matcham in 1903. It is one of the best examples of small Victorian Theatre in the country with ornate interior featuring decorative plaster work with scrolls and caryatids by Schmidt of Holloway.

Dominion Theatre

Directly above Tottenham Court Road underground station, the Dominion Theatre holds a prime position in Soho. Currently run by the Nederlander Organisation, the Grade II listed building has a diverse and colourful history, having previously acted as a cinema, variety hall and music venue. Many of the biggest names in theatre have featured in shows at the theatre, including Judy Garland, Charlie Chaplin and Elizabeth Taylor. The Dominion Theatre can also consider its reputation as a popular music venue as part of its acclaimed history. During the 1980s, the theatre played...

Donmar Warehouse

The Donmar Warehouse is widely recognised as being one of the world’s best producing theatres. Nestled into Covent Garden at the heart of the West End, this relatively young theatre has won over 100 awards since its establishment in 1977. It is an intimate theatre with a unique auditorium layout which has 251 seats and 20 standing places available for its audiences. The theatre was founded by Donald Albery, who took the first three letters of his name and his wife’s middle name to create the name for the venue. The warehouse had previously been a store room for breweries,...

Dorking Halls

Dorking Halls is a culture and arts centre in Dorking town centre, Surrey. It has been presenting the arts across all genres to the community for over 85 years and is considered to be one of the more successful local theatres in the country. The venue was originally built in 1931 to host the Leith Hill Musical Festival, which featured Ralph Vaughan Williams’ interpretation of Bach’s St Matthew Passion. The venue has a statue of Williams in recognition of his work with the venue, which was unveiled by Williams’ wife, the poet Ursula Vaughan Williams. The purposeful design...

Duchess Theatre

The Duchess Theatre is one of the West End’s most intimate theatres. With a 494-seat auditorium over two tiers and Theatreland’s smallest Proscenium Arch space, it comes as no surprise that this intimate venue was previously well known for its one-man shows. The theatre opened in 1929 with a show called Tunnel Trench and one year later infamously hosted the shortest run in West End history when the Intimate Revue closed without completing its first performance. Despite this it has also numerous long-running productions including Noël Coward’s Blithe Spirit, which completed...

Dugdale Centre

The Dugdale Centre is a popular arts centre located in the heart of Enfield Town. This area of North London is identified as being one of 35 major centres for the London plan – a scheme to rejuvenate areas in Greater London. The Dugdale Centre was purposefully built to bring great entertainment and artistic opportunities to its community. This multi-purpose venue contains a 139-seat studio theatre, the Museum of Enfield and Local Archives, a suite of conference rooms, an art gallery, and a café, which ensures that The Dugdale Centre is a hub of activity all year-round. The...

Duke of York's

The Duke of York’s Theatre opened its doors on 10 September 1892, under the married ownership of Frank Wyatt and Violet Melnotte. The couple were both successful performers and playwrights of the time, and Violet held ownership of the venue until her death in 1935. Originally called the Trafalgar Square Theatre, the name underwent two alterations; firstly shortening to The Trafalgar Theatre in 1894, and then finally to the Duke of York’s Theatre the following year to honour the future King George V. The venue saw the early success of Go-Bang, hailed as being one of the...

Dundee Rep Theatre

Dundee Rep Theatre is a purpose built award-winning theatre in the cultural quarter of Dundee. It comprises our 455 seat auditorium, 3 rehearsal studios and a four-time award-winning bar and brasserie. Since the day Dundee Rep Theatre opened in 1939, we have been a centre of creative energy and a leading national producing theatre company in the UK. Dundee Rep Theatre is rooted in making work for and with a diverse local audience while strengthening its national and international reputation. The theatre is a national cultural asset which the people of Dundee feel...

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