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The Royal Opera House is an important performing arts venue in Covent Garden. It is home to The Royal Opera, The Royal Ballet, and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Enjoy a wide range of world-class shows, or take a backstage tour of this historic London theatre.Read More
Travel back in time at Shakespeare's Globe, a reconstruction of the open-air Elizabethan playhouse where many of Shakespeare's plays were performed. The Globe stages plays during the summer, between May and October, when you can get cheap theatre tickets from just £5. The Bankside site also includes the indoor Sam Wanamaker Playhouse; a smaller, candlelit space based on the indoor playhouses of Jacobean London.Read More
3. Young Vic
The Young Vic has an international reputation for staging innovative, brave and challenging work, making it an extremely influential London theatre. Here, you can find global stars working alongside new, emerging artists to create vibrant and compelling drama that often attracts a young audience.Read More
Sadler's Wells theatre in Islington is one of the world's leading dance venues, bringing renowned international and British dance shows to London. The theatre hosts all forms of dance, from contemporary to circus, ballet dance to Bollywood, tap to tango, flamenco to family shows, and much more.Read More
The National Theatre on London's South Bank houses three separate auditoriums: the Olivier Theatre, Lyttleton Theatre and Dorfman Theatre. The theatre presents a varied programme of shows, including Shakespeare and international classic drama, new plays by contemporary playwrights and musicals. It is the home of many of London's must-see shows, and offers behind-the-scenes tours to visitors.Read More
The brutalist 1980s Barbican Centre, in the City of London, comprises of a concert hall, two theatres, three cinemas, two art galleries, a library, restaurants, shops and a conservatory. The venue is the base of the London Symphony Orchestra, and presents an exciting international programme of shows, talks and festivals.Read More
The London home of the English National Opera, the London Coliseum is a beautiful theatre in central London. It is one of the largest theatres in London and, in addition to the ENO, regularly hosts visiting companies, including the English National Ballet.Read More
The Regent's Park Open Air Theatre is a magical auditorium with an intimate atmosphere. Every summer, the award-winning open-air theatre offers a season of Shakespeare, comedy, drama and family theatre performed between the lush green trees of Regent's Park. It has a reputation for staging some of the best musicals in London.Read More