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Apollo Victoria Theatre

Home to the hit musical Wicked since 2006, the Apollo Victoria is one of the largest theatres in London.

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Duke of York’s Theatre

Opened in 1892, the Duke of York’s Theatre quickly became a pre-eminent playhouse in the West End and debuted J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan on the 27th December 1904. Since then the theatre has enjoyed a variety of success and remains a treasured playhouse in the heart of the West End.

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Fortune Theatre

The Fortune Theatre is home to The Woman in Black, one of the most successful and longest running shows of all time. This intimate theatre first opened to the public on the 8th November 1924.

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Harold Pinter Theatre

The Harold Pinter Theatre, formerly named the Comedy Theatre, opened in 1881 after being built in just six months. It was renamed after the prestigious playwright in 2011.

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Lyceum Theatre

Home to one of the most successful musicals of all time, Disney’s The Lion King. The Lyceum Theatre is one of the West End’s largest musical houses.

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Phoenix Theatre

The Phoenix Theatre opened in 1930 with Noel Coward’s Private Lives featuring Coward himself alongside Laurence Olivier.

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Piccadilly Theatre

Since opening in April 1928, the Piccadilly Theatre has played host to many long-running musicals including Guys and Dolls, Grease and Jersey Boys.

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Playhouse Theatre

The Playhouse Theatre opened in 1882 and has presented many notable productions including The Judas Kiss starring Liam Neeson, and Naked with Juliet Binoche.

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Savoy Theatre

Originally home to the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan, the Savoy Theatre was largely rebuilt after a fire in 1990.

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