What was Trafalgar Studios called before?
the Whitehall Theatre
The Grade II listed building was built in 1930 with interiors in the Art Deco style as the Whitehall Theatre; it regularly staged comedies and revues. It was converted into a television and radio studio in the 1990s, before returning to theatrical use in 2004 as Trafalgar Studios, the name it bore until 2020.
Who is Trafalgar entertainment?
Co-founded by Sir Howard Panter and Dame Rosemary Squire in 2017, Trafalgar Entertainment is a premium international live entertainment business focussed on new productions, the distribution of live-streaming innovative content and the provision of amazing spaces where people can come together to share in the …
What did Trafalgar Theatre used to be called?
The Whitehall Theatre
The Trafalgar Theatre is a very fashionably designed 1930s art deco theatre which was listed Grade II in 1997. Located in Whitehall, the theater was originally called The Whitehall Theatre when it opened in 1930.
How old is the Trafalgar Theatre?
92Trafalgar Theatre / Age (c. 1930)
Where in London is the fortune Theatre?
The Fortune Theatre is located on Russell Street, just off Drury Lane and Covent Garden. The theatre is surrounded by a wealth of other top London theatres, and can be found directly opposite the massive Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Who owns the Garrick Theatre?
|West End theatre
|718 on 3 levels (currently) 800 on 4 levels (originally)
When was Trafalgar Theatre built?
29th of September 1930
The Trafalgar Theatre originally opened as the Whitehall Theatre on the 29th of September 1930 with a play called ‘The Way To Treat A Woman’ by Walter Hackett, which was a transfer from the Duke Of York’s Theatre, which, coincidently, was also once called the Trafalgar Theatre itself.
How many seats are in the Trafalgar Theatre?
630Trafalgar Theatre / Capacity
How many seats does the fortune Theatre have?
432Fortune Theatre / Capacity
Did you know that the Fortune Theatre has 432 seats, making it the third-smallest West End theatre? There’s three seating levels, as well as boxes, but the auditorium includes 189 stalls seats, 106 dress circle seats and 124 upper circle seats.
Who owned the fortune Theatre?
Ambassador Theatre Group
|Ambassador Theatre Group
|West End theatre
Why are Theatres called Garrick?
The Garrick Theatre is a West End theatre, located in Charing Cross Road, in the City of Westminster, named after the stage actor David Garrick. It opened in 1889 with The Profligate, a play by Arthur Wing Pinero, and another Pinero play, The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith, was an early success at the theatre.
What shows have been at the Garrick?
Productions at Garrick Theatre
|Rip It Up