Theatres & Music
Theatre in London has been prominent since 1585 after its introduction by the Romans and is more popular than ever in London with an increase in attendance over recent years despite economic hardships. Many London theatres have existed for over a century, while some of them were even established before this, each with their own story to tell.
London is home to over 100 theatres spread across this bustling city with shows ranging from London musicals to pantomime, drama, exhibitions, theatre shows and much more. This performing arts hub is also an up market and elite area where some of the most famous actors and businessmen rub shoulders, while Shakespeare’s words still ring through performances in most London theatre venues with a modern twist given by today’s actors.
Donmar Warehouse Theatre is an example of a modern theatre in London’s West End that offers some of the most memorable experiences in theatre with eye catching performances and acclaimed productions. If you are a die-hard theatre fan, then a visit to the London Theatres district is a must.
See the first major revival of Conor McPherson’s classic “The Weir” at Donmar Warehouse from April to June.