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  • The Albany

    Lewisham SE8 4AGwww.thealbany.org.uk

    Based in the heart of South East London, the Albany is a performing arts centre with a history stretching back to the nineteenth century. Over the last few years, it has emerged as a new type of arts venue, very… Continue Reading

  • The London Coliseum

    City of Westminster WC2N 4ESwww.eno.org

    London Coliseum The London Coliseum is the home of English National Opera. Type of performancesOpera and ballet Seating capacity2400 HistoryBuilding completed November 1904, designed by Frank Matcham for Osw… Continue Reading

  • The National Theatre

    Lambeth SE1 9PXwww.nationaltheatre.org.uk

    The National Theatre(comprising Olivier, Lyttelton and Cottesloe Theatres) Type of performancesThe aims of the National, under the direction of Nicholas Hytner, are to present a diverse repertoire, embracing c… Continue Reading

  • The Print Room

    City of Westminster W2 5AJwww.the-print-room.org

    The Print Room is a new 80-seater theatre, dance and arts venue, which opened in November 2010. Located just off Westbourne Grove in the heart of Notting Hill, it has already built a big reputation for its ambiti… Continue Reading

  • The Place. Photo: Benedicte Johnson

    The Robin Howard Dance Theatre

    Camden WC1H 9PYwww.theplace.org.uk

    The Place’s Robin Howard Dance Theatre is Britain’s busiest dance venue, presenting independent companies all year. Type of performancesContemporary Dance The theatre is designed especially for danc… Continue Reading

  • The Roundhouse

    Camden NW1 8EHwww.roundhouse.org.uk

    A legendary venueThe Roundhouse is a historic steam engine repair building that became a legendary venue in the 1960s and 70s. This is where punk and glam rock started, where The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and… Continue Reading

  • The Young Vic

    Lambeth SE1 8LZwww.youngvic.org/

    Young Vic TheatreType of performancesTheatre Seating capacityVaries, approx. 250 – 400 HistoryFounded in 1970 by Frank Dunlop & Sir Laurence Olivier as a theatre where a younger generation of theat… Continue Reading

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