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Prince Edward Theater London

Prince Edward was built in 1930, at the height of the golden years of cinema. Its name was Prince of Wales at that time. The architect of its construction was none other than Edward A. Stone, one of the co-designers of Piccadilly Theater two years earlier. While the Italian exterior ...

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Queens Theater London

The Queen's Theater opened on October 8, 1907 and was the second of a couple of theaters to open on Shaftesbury Avenue within a ten-month period. The Gielgud Theater, as it is known today, had its grand opening before the Queen on a neighboring corner of Shaftesbury Avenue. The architect ...

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London Theater Breaks are a great way to spend your weekend

As it becomes easier and cheaper to travel from one area to another, people in today's modern world have begun to take a number of weekend trips to different parts of the country. Individuals and couples, both young and old, have started to travel more often through various media – ...

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London’s Royal Court Theater

The Royal Court Theater in Sloane Square in the Royal District of Kensington and Chelsea has delighted, enraged, confused and entertained audiences for centuries and today it is a landmark cultural center. Since 1856, this non-commercial theater has been home to the English stage and it has contributed greatly to ...

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Theater Overview – Young Marx – Bridge Theater, London

On my second outing with the small group of theater mates gathered by the rude Elizabeth was the play Young Marx, written by Richard Bean and Clive Coleman. It is in London's latest theater, the Bridge Theater, beautifully located near the Tower Bridge. I met two more members of the ...

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The best London theater programs 2017

London's West End is one of the most famous theater areas in the world. The West End is the London version of Broadway, named "Theatreland." Theatreland consists of a large volume of top class theaters that put on a number of first quality shows that visitors and locals can enjoy. ...

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Theater Overview – Young Marx – Bridge Theater, London

On my second outing with the small group of theater mates gathered by the rude Elizabeth was the play Young Marx, written by Richard Bean and Clive Coleman. It is in London's latest theater, the Bridge Theater, beautifully located near the Tower Bridge. I met two more members of the ...

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