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Theatres, concert halls, opera halls, venues for live music including seasonal open-air events, jazz clubs, orchestras and orchestral concerts together with cinemas are listed in this section.

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Globe Theatre

Globe Theatre - Photo  Toby
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A crowd of twentieth century "groundlings" stands in the open yard of the new Globe Theatre in Bankside, London.

Admission is 5.00; in the early 1600's, at the first Globe Theatre, Shakespeare's "Wooden O," groundlings (commoners) paid one English penny. More...

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The Adelphi Theatre

The Strand, London, WC2E 7NA
Tel: 020 7344 0055     Web:

Famed for it's musical productions such as; Evita and Chicago. The current Adelphi Theatre is noted for being designed in a modernist 1930's art deco style. When it opened it was described as being designed with a complete absence of curves. Externally and internally the entire conception is carried out in straight lines and angles, the angle of thirty-two degrees being used as the master note. This 'straight-line' design is most noticeable from the outside by the glazed window looking out from the Dress Circle bar area onto the street, directly above the theatre's canopy and, internally, by the line of the front of the two circles and side boxes. The current show, Chicago The Musical - also a revival - opened in November 1997 and will take over from Me and My Girl to become The Adelphi Theatre's longest running show in October 2005!
Nearest Tube Station: Charing Cross / Embankment 

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Aldwych Theatre

49 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DF
Tel: 020 7379 3367     Web: 

The Aldwych first opened it's doors in 1905 and has a seating capacity of 1150. The main productions including; An Inspector Calls, Whistle Down the Wind and more recently 'Fame' and 'Dirty Dancing'.

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Almeida Theatre

Almeida Street, London, N1 1TA
Tel: 020 7359 4404

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Apollo Theatre

31 Shaftsbury Avenue, London, W1D 7EZ
Tel: 0870 8901101

First opened in 1901.

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Apollo Victoria Theatre

17 Wilton Road, London, SW1V 1LG
Tel: 020 7834 6318

Previous productions include; 'Starlight Express', 'Saturday Night Fever', 'Sound of Music', 'Fiddler on the Roof' and many more.
Nearest Tube Station: Victoria

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Arcola Theatre 

27 Arcola Street, London, E8 2DJ
Tel: 020 7503 1646

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49 Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AN
Tel: 0870 9070 999     Web:

Barfly is recognised as one of the finest new music venues in the Capital. Barfly claims that their ethos is to support the world's best music by filling its five venues around the country. Barfly has staged such fine modern acts as the Darkness and Franz Ferdinand. Double Grammy and Brit Award winning four piece 'Coldplay' played at Barfly during the promotion of their first album 'Parachutes'. This Venue may show established bands but is also firmly committed to promoting up and coming acts and actively looks to receive demo tapes from unknown bands. As well as a live music venue, Barfly is also home to two resident clubs. The Barfly was once a tiny venue known as the Falcon- now the Monarch. The Monarch has two bars, a large one downstairs and a much smaller one upstairs where the bands perform. It is the venues continued commitment to showcase new bands that has made it one of the most popular and important new venues in London.

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Bloomsbury Theatre

15 Gordon Street, Camden, London, WC1H 0HA
Tel: 020 738 8822     Web:

The Bloomsbury Theatre is spacious and welcoming theatre close to London's West End with 535 comfortable seats, each with plenty of room to stretch your legs and no pillars to block your view! The theatre is owned by University College London and creates part of the university environment. The Theatre hosts student productions for 12 weeks annually, whilst hosting professional productions for the rest of the year. With its relaxed atmosphere and stunning auditorium the theatre has gained a reputation in a number of fields over its lifetime, from small scale opera work to innovative stand-up comedy. It provided an early stage for some of this country's greatest comedy talent including Lily Savage, Eddie Izzard, Jo Brand, Jeremy Hardy, Mel & Sue, John Shuttleworth and Sooty! Recently top name comedians such as Ricky Gervais, Jimmy Carr and Harry Hill have chosen the Bloomsbury Theatre as a venue for their DVD recordings. The Bloomsbury also hosts many music events such as the Zombies and Ray Davies.

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12 Oval Road, London, NW1 7DH
Tel: 020 7482 5212

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Brick Lane Music Hall

443 North Woolwich Road, Silvertown, London, E16 2DA
Tel: 020 7511 6655

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Cadogan Hall

5 Slone Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ
Tel: 020 7730 4500

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Camden People's Theatre

58-60 Hampstead Heath, London, NW1 2PY
Tel: 020 7419 4841

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Canal Cafe Theatre

The Bridge House, Delamere Terrace, Little Venice, London, W2 6ND
Tel: 020 7289 6054

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Carling Academy - Brixton

211 Stockwell Road, Brixton, London, SW9 9SL
Tel: 020 7771 3000     Web:

The Carling Academy in Brixton was built in 1929 and is the largest of the four 'Astoria' theatres. Designed by EA Stone the Brixton Academy was considered the finest venue in the country for showing motion pictures. The impressive and distinctive building boasts a superb Art Deco interior and an elaborate proscenium arch over the stage. The main entrance features a thirty-five foot semi dome finished in copper and bronze. The ribs of the semi dome have been adorned with neon. A forty foot advertising panel was fitted with interchangeable illuminated letters. The interior of the buildings roof was painted to look like the sky- the design brief was to create a building that gave the impression of being open-air. Acts such as 'The Clash', 'Dire Straights' and 'The Police' have played here. In recent years the Brixton Academy has been fully refurbished and is once again considered one of the premier live music venues in the country.
Nearest Tube Station: Brixton

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Carling Academy - Islington

N1 Centre, 16 Parkfield Street, Islington, London, N1 0PS
Tel: 0870 771 2000     Web:

First opened in September 2003 and purposely built as a music venue in the heart of the desirable Islington district, the Academy boasts a large venue with a capacity of around eight hundred. A smaller adjoining venue is used primarily for showcasing prospective talents and has a much smaller capacity of just 250. The buildings modern amenities make it one of the finest venues for recording live performances- both visually and sound recordings. Unlike many other live music venues in London, the Carling Academy Islington has been designed around the requirements of concert goers. The facility is fully air-conditioned and is a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy the music. Giant Plasma screens are mounted around the venue meaning that you need never miss a moment. One of the best venues anywhere in the country to enjoy live music. The Carling Academy Islington can also be easily rearranged and is often used as a dance venue for famous DJs.
Nearest Tube Station: Angel

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Caryl Jenner Productions Ltd

147 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2HZ
Tel: 020 7645 0500

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Chuckle Club

The London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AD
Tel: 020 7476 1672Web:

The Churchill Theatre creates its own productions, receives touring productions and hosts local amateur companies.

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Churchill Theatre

High Street, Bromley, Kent, BR1 1HA
Tel: 0870 060 6620     E-mail:

Chuckle Club is a comedy club and hosts stand-up comedy nights. It is only open on Saturdays. Now in its 21st year, the Chuckle Club is one of about a hundred and fifty Comedy Clubs in London. We have been described in the Observer as London's Friendliest Comedy Club. Every Saturday evening , I (Eugene Cheese), get on stage in the very comfortable and inexpensive 3 Tuns Bar at the London School of Economics. I introduce three main acts, each performs about 25 minutes of the funniest material there is. Also there are usually two or three Open Spots- acts who are often new to the Circuit. There is no special type of person who come to the club, or dress-code, and everyone eighteen or over is welcome. We have a policy of presenting non-racist non-sexist and non- anti-gay acts, so nobody need feel an outsider.

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The Cochrane Theatre

48 Southampton Row, London, WC1B 4AP
Tel: 020 7269 1600     E-mail:

The Cochrane Theatre is a receiving and producing house that aims to present all aspects of the performing arts within a proscenium arch. The theatre opened in 1964 and was named after its founder Jeannetta Cochrane who was a theatre practitioner specialising in costume and scenery design. We seek to challenge the preconceptions of the space and the definitions of theatre, to re-discover the fundamental forms and to embrace new technologies, to encourage a London wide audience to experience live theatre through the presentation of a mixed programme including Comedy @ The Cochrane, University of the Arts London Platforms, dance, drama and opera.

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Comedy Cafe

66-68 Rivington Street, London, EC2Y 3AY
Tel: 020 7739 5706

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The Courtyard Theatre

3rd Floor, 55 East Road, London, N1 6AH
Tel: 020 7251 6018

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Criterion Theatre

2 Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 4XA
Tel: 020 7839 8811

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The Donmar Warehouse Theatre

41 Earlham Street, Seven Dials, London. WC2H 9LX
Tel: 0870 060 6624     Web:

During the late seventies the Royal Shakespeare Company bought the venue to gain a presence in London, as well as Stratford. In 1989 the site was acquired by Capital Theatres, which the intention of developing the theatre and modernising its basic facilities. Sam Mendes became involved with the Donmar in 1990- becoming Artistic Director and taking on Carol Newling as Executive producer. Over the next couple of years Mendes oversaw the redevelopment of the venue, whilst taking care to preserve the characteristics of the building. The Donmar Warehouse is now considered a consistent producer of talent and works, attracting actors like Nicole Kidman and William H Macy.
Nearest Tube Station: Covent Garden

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Drill Hall Arts Centre

16 Chenies Street, London, WC1E 7EX
Tel: 020 7385 120     E-mail:

The Drill Hall, in London's West End, has a 200 seat theatre, the brand new 50-seat cabaret-style Drill Hall 2 ,three rehearsal studios and much more. Built in 1882 as a drill hall for the Bloomsbury Rifles, The Drill Hall is remembered and visited by older ex-soldiers from all over London. In 1984, the current management company, Central London Arts Limited, took over the running of The Drill Hall and established the theatre and programme of work that now plays a key role in London's cultural life. Performance work that is made and produced at The Drill Hall has established a national and international reputation for championing the work of new artists, performers and theatre practitioners. In particular, The Drill Hall has established itself as a key venue and producer of work that is led and illuminated by a gay, lesbian and queer aesthetic. We will continue to develop this work with an appetite for artistic boldness and daring.
Nearest Tube Station: Tottenham Court Road

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Duke of York's Theatre

104 St. Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG
Tel: 0870 060 6623      Web:

Opened in 1892 The Duke of York's has played host to the Royal Court and ATG's highly acclaimed co-production of The Weir, which ran for over 2 years and won the 1999 Olivier Award for Best New Play. It has also hosted a sell-out run of Stones In His Pockets, winner of the 2001 Olivier awards for Best Comedy and Best Comedy Actor.

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Earls Court

Warwick Road, London, SW5 9TA
Tel: 020 7385 120      Web:

Earls Court Two was opened by Diana, Princess of Wales in 1991. The new structure could easily hold four jumbo jets and boasted a column-free floor space of more than 17,000 squared metres. Earls Court is still one of the largest feats of engineering to be seen in London and regularly hosts concerts, shows and exhibitions.

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English National Opera

London Coliseum, 38 St. Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4ES
Tel: 020 7632 8300    Fax: 020 7845 9296
E-mail:     Web:

English National Opera begins the 2007/2008 Sky arts season with an exhilarating original production of Carmen.
Nearest Tube Station: Charing Cross / Covent Garden / Leicester Square / Embankment

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Etcetera Theatre

265 Camden High Street, London, NW1 7BU
Tel: 020 7482 4857

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Fortune Theatre

Russell Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2B 5HH
Tel: 0870 060 6626

Opened in 1924 and famed for it's current production 'The Woman in Black'.

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The Garrick Theatre

2 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH
Tel: 020 7520 5690

With a capacity of 650, the Theatre has mostly hosted comedies or dramas, it's recent productions include; 'No Sex Please We're British' and 'An Inspector Calls'.

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Gielgud Theatre

51 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6BA
Tel: 0870 9500 915

The Theatre is known for it's comedy productions.
Nearest Tube Station: Piccadilly

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Hackney Empire Theatre

291 Mare Street, London, E8 1EJ
Tel: 020 8985 2424

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Half Moon Young People's Theatre

43 White Horse Road, London, E1 0ND
Tel: 020 7265 8138

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The Hen & Chicken Theatre

109 St. Paul's Road, London, N1 2NA
Tel: 020 7704 2001

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Her Majesty's Theatre

Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QL
Tel: 0870 890 1106

Hosted many productions from Mozart to Opera, home of 'Westside Story', 'Fiddler on the Roof' and currently 'The Phantom of the Opera'.

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The Jermyn Street Theatre

16b Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 6ST
Tel: 020 7287 2875

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The Kings Head Theatre

115 Upper Street, London, N1 1QN
Tel: 020 726 1916

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The Little Angel Theatre

14 Dagmar Passage, London, N1 2DN
Tel: 020 7226 1787

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Live Nation

268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7AQ
Tel: 020 7580 1889

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London Astoria

157 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0EL
Tel: 020 7344 0044     Web:

Built on the site of a former factory, it opened in 1927 as a cinema. However, it was converted for theatrical use in 1976 and is now exclusively a music venue with a capacity of 2,000. The building that houses the London Astoria was originally built as a pickle factory for food producers Crosse and Blackwell. Before becoming a music venue the London Astoria has played many roles in the history of the West End. The buildings first venture into the world of entertainment was as a variety club for men- complete with nude dancing. Though reasonable successful, the site was so well located that it became apparent that the venue could cater to a broader audience and was refurbished as a music hall. The venue then became synonymous with television broadcasts. The Sky television show 'The Happening' was the first show to be recorded here. All round music enthusiast Jools Holland recorded his 'Jukebox Jury' show here at the Astoria. Within the last two decades the London Astoria has evolved into an exclusive live music and club venue. 'Nirvana', 'Black Sabbath', 'Prince', 'Eminem' and 'The White Stripes' are among the acts to have played here and large scale acts continue to perform here. In 1992 a poll conducted by music journal the 'NME' saw the London Astoria voted the nations second favourite music venue. High praise indeed. In 2002 the Astoria was acquired by 'Mean Fiddler' who promise to uphold the venues rich traditions and continue to draw the worlds finest Rock acts. The venue plays host to the popular nightclub G-A-Y, which sees many celebrities visit and perform music for the assembled crowd.

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The London Palladium Theatre

Argyll Street, London, W1A 3AB
Tel: 020 7494 5020     Web:

Famous Theatre, home to many productions and the Royal Variety Performance.

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Lord's Cricket Ground / Marylebone Cricket Club

St. John's Wood, London, NW8 8QN
Tel: 020 7616 8500     Web:

Lord's has long been seen as the 'Home of Cricket' and the game's spiritual 'headquarters'. But its importance is not merely historical. In practice it remains, to this day, perhaps the most important single place in world cricket. Its owner, Marylebone Cricket Club, remains the guardian of both the Laws and the Spirit of Cricket, and MCC sides (which play around 500 games a year) perform a key role in promoting cricket - in Britain and elsewhere. In addition, Lord's is the home of Middlesex County Cricket Club and the England & Wales Cricket Board as well as the European Cricket Council. It is also the setting for the state-of-the-art MCC Indoor Cricket School, the unrivalled MCC Library and the world-famous MCC Museum - where exhibits include the Wisden Trophy and, of course, the Ashes urn. Above all, Lord's is the setting for some of the best cricket in the world!

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LSO St. Lukes

161 Old Street, London, EC1V 9NG
Tel: 020 7490 3939

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Lyceum Theatre

21 Wellington Street, London, WC2E 7RQ
Tel: 0870 243 9000     Web:

Home to the production of 'The Lion King'.
Nearest Tube Station: Covent Garden / Charing Cross / Embankment

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The Lyric Theatre

29 Shaftsbury Avenue, London, W1D 7ES
Tel: 020 7494 5841

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Menier Chocolate Factory

53 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU
Tel: 020 7378 1712     Web:

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Mousetrap Productions Ltd

10-18 West Street, Cambridge Circus, London, WC2H 9NA
Tel: 020 7836 1443

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National Theatre

South Bank, Upper Ground, London, SE1 9PX
Tel: 020 7452 3000

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New London Theatre Ltd

Parker Street, London, WC2B 5PW
Tel: 020 7242 9802

Opened in 1973, the principal productions have been 'Cats' and 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat'.
Nearest Tube Stations: Covent Garden / Holborn

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New Players Theatre Ltd

The Arches, Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NG
Tel: 020 7930 6601

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Noel Coward Theatre

85-87 St. Martin's Lane, London. WC2N 4AU
Tel: 020 7759 8010     E-mail:

Originally known as the New Theatre, the Noel Coward Theatre was built by Sir Charles Wyndham on St. Martin's Lane in London, England and opened on March 12, 1903. It was built behind the Wyndham's Theatre which was completed in 1899. In 1973 it was renamed the Noel Coward in tribute to the late Sir Bronson Noel Coward who had presided as its manager for many years. Among some of the notable productions recently is the 1994 revival of Turgenev's 'A Month in the Country' starring Helen Mirren and John Hurt. From June 1 2006 the theatre will become known as the Noel Coward Theatre and will play host to the London transfer of Broadway's smash hit musical Avenue Q.
Nearest Tube Station: Leicester Square

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Novello Theatre

5 Aldwych, London
Tel: 0870 950 0935     E-mail:

The Novello, which was known as the Waldorf Theatre when it opened, was part of the major redevelopment then taking place in this area of London. Many Memorable productions such as; Buddy, Alan Janes' musical about the life of Buddy Holly, had audiences dancing in the aisles for 7 years until 2002.The Rat Pack transferred to the Savoy Theatre to enable Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Limited to undertake a 3.25 million refurbishment programme to restore the theatre to its former glory.
Nearest Tube Station: Covent Garden

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The Old Red Lion Theatre

418 St. John Street, London, EC1V 4NJ
Tel: 020 7837 7816

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The Old Vic Theatre Trust 

103 The Cut, London, SE1 8NB
Tel: 020 7928 2651

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Open Air Theatre

Box Office, The Ironworks, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4NR
Tel: 0870 060 1811

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The Oval Cricket Ground

The Brit Oval, Kensington, London, SE11 5SS
Tel: 020 7582 6660

The Oval Cricket ground is home to Surrey Cricket Club and was the venue for the first test match between Australia and England, the venue for the first Football cup final in 1872 and the first England versus Wales Rugby match. The Oval has played an important part in the overall history of the game and visitors to the ground can see one of the most amazing Sports arenas in England.
Nearest Tube Stations: Oval / Vauxhall

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Phoenix Theatre

110 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0JP
Tel: 0870 0606 629

Opened in 1930 the Theatre has hosted many award winning musicals. The current production is 'Blood Brothers' - which is the longest ever running show at the Phoenix.

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Piccadilly Theatre

Denman Street, London, W1D 7DY
Tel: 020 7478 8800

Opened in 1928 the Piccadilly Theatre has been host to smash hit musicals such as; 'Spend Spend Spend' and ' Guys and Dolls'.

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The Place Theatre

17 Duke's Road, London. WC1H 9PY
Tel: 020 7121 1000    Fax: 020 7121 1142
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The Place is the UK's premier centre for contemporary dance, uniting training, creation and performance in one unique building. Working with dancers from age 5 upwards, The Place brings new talent into the dance profession and guides artists through their careers. The Places activities, unmatched in their quality and range, include London Contemporary Dance School, Richard Alston Dance Company and the Robin Howard Dance Theatre, together with pioneering education, outreach and professional development projects.

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The Playhouse Theatre

Northumberland Avenue, Charing Cross, London. WC2N 5DE
Tel: 0870 0606 631

Opened in 1882 and famous for hosting many stars of the music halls, Broadway Producers, most recent production 'Journey's End'.
Nearest Tube Station: Charing Cross

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Prince Edward Theatre 

28 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HS
Tel: 0870 850 9191

Opened 1930.

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Prince Of Wales Theatre

31 Coventry Street, London, W1D 6AS
Tel: 0870 0606 631

Opened in 1984 with a seating capacity of 1160. Home to the ABBA musical 'Mamma Mia'.

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The Queen's Theatre

Shaftsbury Avenue, London, W1D 6BA
Tel: 0870 950 0930

Opened in 1906 with a seating capacity of 1200 over two levels. Host to the world famous musical 'Les Miserable' which is now in it's 22nd Year.
Nearest Tube Stations: Leicester Square / Piccadilly Circus

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Redbridge Drama Centre

Churchfields, South Woodford, London, E18 2RB
Tel: 020 8504 5451

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Chalk Farm Road, Camden, London, NW1 8EH
Tel: 0870 3891 846

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The Royal Comedy Theatre

6 Panton Street, London, SW1Y 4DN
Tel: 0870 0606 622

Opened in 1881 the Theatre is known for hosting the 'Rocky Horror Show' production.
Nearest Tube Station: Piccadilly Circus

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Royal Court Theatre

Slone Square, London, SW1W 8AS
Tel: 020 7565 5000

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The Royal Opera House

Bow Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9DD
Tel: 020 7240 1200     E-mail:

The Royal Opera House is the third theatre on the Covent Garden site. In addition the Royal Opera House now has two performing spaces in addition to the historic main auditorium. The 400 seat Linbury Studio Theatre is a major mid-scale public theatre, ideal for chamber opera, experimental dance, education activities and provides an energetic source of new creative ideas for the resident companies. The Clore Studio Upstairs is a Royal Ballet studio that can hold an audience of around 180 for more intimate events and performances and offers the luxury of laboratory-style experimentation.

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Sadler's Wells Theatre

Rosebery Avenue, Islington, London, EC1R 4TN
Tel: 020 7863 8000

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Savoy Theatre

Savoy Court, Strand, London. WC2R 0ET
Tel: 0870 164 8787     Web:

First opened in 1881 and built on the site of the old Savoy Palace, The Savoy Theatre has been home to numerous famous productions, operas and concerts. In recent years Gilbert and Sullivan operettas have once again been staged here - presented by The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company - including H.M.S. Pinafore, The Mikado, The Pirates of Penzance, Iolanthe and Yeomen of the Guard.
Nearest Tube Station: Charing Cross / Embankment

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Shaftsbury Theatre

210 Shaftsbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8DP
Tel: 020 7379 5399

First opened in 1911, with a seating capacity of 1400. Principal productions being Carousel, High Society, Rent and Daddy Cool.

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The Shaw Theatre

100-110 Euston Road, St. Pancreas, London, NW1 2AJ
Tel: 020 7388 2555

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Soho Theatre & Writers Centre

21 Dean Street, London, W1D 3NE
Tel: 020 7287 5060

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The Space

269 Westferry Road, London, E14 3RS
Tel: 020 7515 7799

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Somerset House Trust

Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA
Tel: 020 7845 4600     E-mail:

Home to the visual arts, musical events and cinema. Also within the grounds are an ice rink and the Admiralty Restaurant.

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Southwark Playhouse

60 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BL
Tel: 020 7620 3494

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St. John's Smith Square

Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA
Tel: 020 7222 1061

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Studio Theatre

North Westminster Community School, North Wharf Road, London, W2 1LF
Tel: 020 7467 8424

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The Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Catherine Street, London, WC2B 5JF
Tel: 0870 890 1109

Theatre Royal has a capacity of 2205 and the principal recent productions include; Pirates of Penzance, My Fair Lady, Anything Goes and The Producers. THE LORD OF THE RINGS, J.R.R. Tolkien's book trilogy, is now on stage at the legendary Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Nearest Tube Stations: Covent Garden

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The Theatre Royal Haymarket

Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4HT
Tel: 020 7930 8890

Built in 1821, recent productions include; 'A Few Good Men'.
Nearest Tube Stations: Charing Cross / Piccadilly

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Theatre Royal Stratford East 

Gerry Raffles Square, London, E15 1BN
Tel: 020 8534 0310

Opened in 1884.
Nearest Tube Stations: Stratford

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The Trafalgar Studios

14 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2DY
Tel: 0870 0606 632

An exciting new venue based on the original Whitehall Theatre, recent productions include 'Shoot The Crow'.
Nearest Tube Stations: Charing Cross

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Twickenham Rugby Club

Whitton Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, London, TW1 1BZ
Tel: 020 8892 8877     Web:

The area of Twickenham is documented as far back as 700 AD and the name itself is of Anglo-Saxon origins. The Twickenham Rugby Football Club is one of a handful of clubs that can trace its history back as far as the formation of Rugby itself. Twickenham was the venue for England's international Rugby games since 1910. The museum within its grounds is worth the visit in itself, containing many interactive features and charts the entire history of the ground and of English Rugby- culminating in England 2004 World Cup victory. A tour of the ground is also available and enables visitors to enter the players changing rooms and to take the legendary journey through the tunnel to the magnificent pitch!
Nearest Tube Stations: Hounslow East / Richmond

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The Union Theatre

204 Union Street, London, SE1 0LX
Tel: 020 7261 9876

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Vaudeville Theatre

404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
Tel: 0870 890 0511     Web:

Opened in 1870 - Currently showing, 'Stomp' is a movement, of bodies, objects, sounds - even abstract ideas. But what makes it so appealing is that the cast uses everyday objects, but in non-traditional ways.
Nearest Tube Station: Charing Cross / Covent Garden / Embankment

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Unicorn Theatre For Children

147 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2HZ
Tel: 020 7645 0500

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The Venue Theatre

5 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BX
Tel: 020 7734 6004
Nearest Tube Stations: Leicester Square / Piccadilly

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The Victoria Palace Theatre

Allington Street, London, SW1E 5EA
Tel: 020 7834 1317

Opened in 1911, the Theatre has hosted many memorable productions over the years such as; 'Me & My Girl', 'Annie', 'The Windy City', 'Buddy', 'Kiss Me Kate' and 'Billy Elliot'.
Nearest Tube Stations: Victoria

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Walthamstow Dog Track

Chingford Road, London, E4 8SJ
Tel: 020 8498 3300     Web:

Walthamstow Dog Track was established by William Chandler in 1933. Dog racing came to England in the late 1920s. Chandler saw his opportunity and opened Walthamstow Dog Track. Walthamstow Dog Track is still owned by the Chandler family today. Today Walthamstow Dog Track has the largest attendance and gambling turnover in the UK. The track and its combined businesses generate over 350 million each year and now boasts a capacity of more than five thousand. Going to the track at Walthamstow is well worth the experience whether you are a gambler or a spectator there is plenty to see and do. Within the grounds there are Three quality restaurants and Seven bars around the ground.
Nearest Tube Stations: Walthamstow Central

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Wigmore Hall Trust

36 Wigmore Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 2BP
Tel: 020 7935 2141

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Wiltons Music Hall

1 Grace Alley, London, E1 8JB
Tel: 020 7702 9555

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Wimbledon Dog Track

Plough Lane, Wimbledon, London, SW17
Tel: 020 8946 8000

Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium is the largest and most successful dog-racing track in the country. Races are held every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday and the track opens at 6.30pm. Facilities include a silver service restaurant with an extensive menu and another restaurant where the atmosphere is more relaxed and the menu a little more simple. Multi-channel television sets are situated at al tables to view the races. Also within the ground is a fast food restaurant. Dog racing has been rediscovered by London's younger generation; as a result the mix between traditional racing purists and the younger element looking for an evening's entertainment means that Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium has a unique and vibrant atmosphere.
Nearest Tube Stations: Wimbledon / Tooting Broadway

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The Workhouse Theatre

242 Pentonville Road, London, N1 9JY
Tel: 020 7278 9783

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Wyndham's Theatre

Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA
Tel: 0870 950 0925

With a seating capacity of 759, recent productions include; 'The Witches', 'As You Like It' and 'Heroes'.

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Young Vic Theatre

The Cut, London, SE1 8LZ
Tel: 020 7922 2922

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BFI London IMAX Cinema

1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, Lambeth, London, SE1 8XR
Tel: 020 07902 1234     Web:

Imax is an impressively large building near Waterloo station that towers out of the ground but appears to have no doors. You enter the building via a subway from Waterloo Station. Famed for its showings of intense 3D productions, which ensure that you really get the most out of the experience! Well worth a viewing!!

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Somerset House Trust

Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA
Tel: 020 7845 4600     E-mail:

Home to the visual arts, musical events and cinema. Also within the grounds are an ice rink and the Admiralty Restaurant.

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