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The West End has some of the most famous theatres in the world and no trip to London would be complete without taking in a musical or two.
There are plenty of smaller theatre companies who regularly perform plays and various other works - these are well worth a visit.
If musicals aren't your thing why not visit the world famous Saddlers Well and admire the oustanding ballet performances.

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Chicken Shed Theatre
Mary Ward and Jo Collins first met in 1974. Their common love of theatre and belief in fostering creativity in everyone led to the formation of a theatre company beginning life in an old chicken shed, with an initial membership of 30. Thirty years on, at the pinnacle of Chicken Shed, sits a permanent professional theatre company. Its exceptional work, seen throughout the year at our own theatre and other prestigious venues sets the standards and qualities from which every other aspect of Chicken Shed flows.

Camden People's Theatre
Camden people's theatre was founded back in 1994 by a group of theatre practitioners interested in developing a collaborative working method and a visual, gestural style of performance. While there is no longer a resident company as such at the venue, cpt continues to generate its own work as well as to forge short and long-term relationships with a diverse range of companies and artists. The venue is still run by practicing artists and few venues can match our depth of involvement in our specialist field of visual, physical and collaboratively-made theatre.

Battersea Arts Centre

The Grade II* listed building which houses BAC, designed in 1891 by EW Mountford, first opened as Battersea Town Hall in 1893. In 1980, BAC was born. Renovations were made inside the building, transforming former council chambers into theatre, studio, workshop and gallery spaces. In 1993, the buildings centenary year marked with a weekend of celebrations, BAC took over the running of the Grand and Lower Halls.

Brick Lane Music Hall
There is nowhere quite like Brick Lane Music Hall. The unrivalled blend of laughter and genuine East End hospitality is a unique experience that unites people of all generations. A three course dinner, freshly prepared on the premises and sellowed by entertainment in the tradition of Victorian music hall, but with a modern twist.

TheatreNet
TheatreNet - The premier UK performing arts website with news, information, special offers and links to all major theatres, concert halls, orchestras, opera and dance companies all you need for a great night out.

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  Royal Shakespeare Company

The Royal Shakespeare Company is one of the best known theatre companies in the world, operating under its present name since 1961. The RSC employs over 500 members of staff who work for the Company in Stratford, London and on tour. Skilled theatre craftspeople, production staff and administrators, RSC employees contribute enormously to the success of the work seen by the public on stage. Her Majesty the Queen is Patron and His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales is President of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Info Line: 01789 403444
Theatre Companies in London

  Online Theatre Guide
A comprehensive guide to theatre listings in the West End of London



  Old Vic
Waterloo Road
London
SE1 8NB

Tel: 08700606628
Nearest Tube Station: Waterloo



  Sadler's Wells
Rosebery Avenue
London
EC1R 4TN

Tel: 020 7863 8198
Nearest Tube Station: Angel



Victoria Palace
Victoria Street
London
SW1E 5EA

Tel:0870 165 8787
Nearest Tube Station: Victoria



Haymarket Theatre
Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4HT

Tel:020 7930 8890
Nearest Tube Station: Piccadilly/Leicester Square



London Palladium
Argyll Street
London
W1V 1AD

Tel: 020 7494 5020
Nearest Tube Station: OxfordCircus



Theatre Monkey
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