Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

Inspired by the rolling Chiltern Hills, the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre is a landmark new building. With the flexibility to remove its stalls seating to create a flat floor standing area, it hosts a varied annual programme of music gigs, comedy acts and conferences as well as traditional plays and l

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The Alexandra, Birmingham

The Alexandra presents a wide range of shows including drama, musicals and opera. In 1952, the original production of The Mousetrap opened at the theatre.

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Theatre Royal Brighton

The Theatre Royal is a Grade II listed building and is one of the oldest theatres in the country, possessing an exquisite auditorium. It presents a wide range of dramas and musicals.

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Bristol Hippodrome

The Bristol Hippodrome, the city’s very own ‘West End’ theatre, opened its doors in 1911. It has hosted the premieres of many West End musicals including Mary Poppins.

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Edinburgh Playhouse

The Edinburgh Playhouse first opened in 1929. It is one of the largest theatres in the UK and hosts internationally acclaimed music and comedy acts as well as, dance, musicals and family entertainment.

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Leas Cliff Hall Folkestone

Leas Cliff Hall is Kent’s premier entertainment venue. Its picturesque views make it a number one attraction for weddings, conferences and various events, as well as attracting headlining comedians, live music and international dance acts.

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King’s Theatre Glasgow

The King’s Theatre is one of Scotland’s most significant theatres. Designed by prolific theatre architect Frank Matcham, it has played host to many musicals and an annual pantomime.

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Theatre Royal, Glasgow

The Theatre Royal, which opened in 1867, is the oldest theatre in Glasgow. It has recently been refurbished with the addition of a stunning foyer and is the home to The Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet.

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Liverpool Empire

Grade II listed, Liverpool Empire is one of the largest two-tier theatres in the UK. It has hosted Frank Sinatra and The Beatles, and now presents the top West End musicals.

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Opera House Manchester

The Opera House is a Grade II listed building that plays host to numerous touring musicals, ballets, concerts and a Christmas pantomime.

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Palace Theatre Manchester

The Palace Theatre is one of the most successful theatres in the country and hosts long runs of major West End productions including The Lion King, Wicked and Phantom of the Opera.

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Milton Keynes Theatre

Milton Keynes Theatre

Milton Keynes Theatre is a landmark building that boasts a striking contemporary auditorium and state-of-the-art backstage facilities. It presents musicals, drama, opera and dance.

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New Theatre Oxford

The New Theatre offers a unique facility within the historic city of Oxford and is the city’s premier venue for concerts and comedy.

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Richmond Theatre

Conceived by the renowned theatre architect, Frank Matcham, Richmond Theatre is an architectural gem of the Victorian era.

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Stockton Globe

Opened in 1935 the Globe was designed as a building of national importance from the Super Theatre "genre".

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Regent Theatre, Stoke

Regent Theatre Stoke

The Regent Theatre is a restored art deco theatre boasting a stunning domed auditorium.

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Victoria Hall Theatre Stoke

Victoria Hall Stoke-on-Trent

The refurbished and extended Victoria Hall is a beautiful concert hall with a magnificent glass roofed atrium. The hall continues to attract top music and comedy acts from across the country.

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Sunderland Empire

The Sunderland Empire is North East England’s biggest theatre with a stunning four-tier auditorium and a landmark domed tower marking its entrance.

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In 2017, ATG were chosen as the preferred operator for the brand new Swansea Arena.

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Princess Theatre Torquay

The Princess Theatre is South Devon’s largest theatre offering a wide variety of live entertainment. The theatre opened in 1961 with a star studded programme, including the great Tommy Cooper and the legendary Morecombe & Wise.

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New Wimbledon Theatre

Opening in 1910, the New Wimbledon Theatre has gone from strength to strength and garnered a glittering reputation as a premier theatrical venue in South West London, especially with the music and comedy touring circuit.

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Studio at New Wimbledon Theatre

The New Wimbledon Studio is a black box space with flexible seating and is used for a variety of entertainment including a comedy club, workshop readings and community work.

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New Victoria Theatre Woking

The New Victoria Theatre opened in June 1992 quickly establishing itself as one of the foremost theatres in the South East of England. It plays host to some of the biggest touring productions and also comprises, within the building, the Rhoda McGaw theatre and a six screen cinema.

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Rhoda McGaw Theatre Woking

The Rhoda McGaw caters to Woking’s many community groups and societies, with a varied programme of entertainment throughout the year.

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Ambassadors Cinema Woking


The Ambassador’s is Woking’s leading independent cinema and is located in the Peacock Shopping Centre. The cinema was officially opened by film legend John Malkovich in 1992 and now houses 6 screens, of varying capacity, showing a wide range of entertainment from blockbusters to live-event cinema.

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Grand Opera House York

Situated in historic York’s city centre, the Grand Opera House boasts a beautiful auditorium on three levels.

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