|London: Phoenix Theatre|
Country: England, United Kingdom
Borough: London Borough of Camden
Location: 110 Charing Cross Road / Phoenix Street
Built 1930 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, Bertie Crewe, Cecil Masey as a private theatre for Sydney Bernstein. Decorations by Theodor Komisarjevsky. Painted safety curtain by Polunin. The theatre has two fronts with entrances from Charing Cross Road and Phoenix Street respectively. Opened 24 Sep 1930 with Noel Coward's play "Pivate Lives". Currently operated by the Ambassador Theatre Group. 1012 seats.
Links: www.atgtickets.com, Theatres Trust, Wikipedia
Folded Greeting Card|
Picture: view from Phoenix Street
Front Text: sign: "Phoenix", poster: advertising "Willy Russel's Blood Brothers"
Reverse Text: "The Phoenix Theatre"
Publisher: Marion Steggles Collection
Type: Real Photo
Front Text: inscription: "Phoenix Theatre", signs: advertising the musical "Come from Away"|
Publisher: PlayhouseArthouse / Etsy
Type: Blank Back
|For another picture of this theatre (view from Charing Cross Road), see London: "The Theatres of London".|
Permanent link: https://www.andreas-praefcke.de/carthalia/id/1122