London: Lyric Theatre

Country: England, United Kingdom
City: London
Borough: City of Westminster
Location: 29 Shaftesbury Avenue / Great Windmill Street

Built 1888 by C. J. Phipps. 1904 alteration of Great Windmill Street facade by A. Blomfiled Jackson. 1932 rebuilding of crush rooms and bars, interior redecoration by Michael Rosenauer. 1997 restoration and interior redecoration by RHWL. Operated by Nimax Theatres. 915 seats.

Notable world premieres:

  • Michael Frayn: Noises Off (15 Deb 1982)
  • Harold Pinter: One for the Road (14 Mar 1984)

Links:, Theatres Trust, Wikipedia

London: Lyric Theatre / Apollo Theatre Picture: left: Lyric Theatre, right: Apollo Theatre
Front Text: "Lyric Theatre & Apollo Theatre, London", left, on canopy: "Lyric", right, inscription: "Apollo Theatre"
Publisher: E. F. A. London Theatre Series; No. 1004
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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London: Lyric Theatre / Apollo Theatre / Gielgud Theatre Picture: left: Lyric Theatre and Apollo Theatre, right: Gielgud Theatre (with sign "Globe"), very right: Queen's Theatre
Reverse Text: "London's Theatre Land, Shaftesbury Avenue. Reproduced from the original oil painting by Andrew Murray"
Publisher: Lamley & Co. Ltd.
Size: Modern
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For more images of this theatre, see "The Theatres of London" and London: Various Theatres.

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