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Theatre Royal Bath

Bath’s Theatre Royal is a Grade II* listed building in the centre of Bath that has been described as ‘one of the most important surviving examples of Georgian theatre architecture’.

Royal Shakespeare Theatre

The Royal Shakespeare Theatre is the main theatre in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s theatre complex in Stratford-upon-Avon.

Brighton Dome

The Brighton Dome is an arts venue that is part of the Royal Pavilion complex. It contains a concert hall, the Studio Theatre and the Corn Exchange.

Sheldonian Theatre

Now closed
The Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford is one of Sir Christopher Wren’s first buildings, which he designed when he was an astronomy professor at the University of Oxford. It was built between 1664 and 1669 and is primarily used for university events.
Price £3.50

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

Now closed
William Shakespeare’s original Globe Theatre was built in 1599 and destroyed by a fire in 1613 before being rebuilt in 1614. At the time the Bankside neighbourhood in Southwark was at the heart of London’s seedy theatre district, although the theatre was demolished in 1644 when the neighbourhood was no longer the focus of London’s entertainment district.
Price £17

National Theatre

The Royal National Theatre, more commonly known as simply the National Theatre, is one of the United Kingdom’s most prominent theatres for both contemporary and classical theatre productions. The brutalist building on the South Bank of the River Thames houses three separate theatres: the 1100-seat Olivier Theatre, the 890-seat Lyttleton Theatre and the 400-seat Dorfman Theatre. In addition to the three permanent theatres, open-air performances are sometimes held on the theatre’s riverside forecourt.
Price £13

Royal Albert Hall

Now closed
The Royal Albert Hall is a famous concert venue that has seen everyone from Eric Clapton to Nigel Kennedy and annually hosts the Proms.
Price £16.25

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