London & Theater: A long-lasting Love Affair

London & Theater: A long-lasting Love Affair

Fly to London and discover the best theaters!

London Royal National TheaterLondon is the best destination for theatergoers, the city where Shakespeare made his first break through. No visit to London is complete without seeing a play at the famous theaters. Whether you like drama, comedy, musicals or opera, you can book your favorite theater show in advance. Don’t wait any longer! As soon as you secure your cheap flights to London, get the best theater discounts and the cheapest theater tickets online! Here’s a list of London’s best theater venues where you will see award-winning plays and top-notch performances.

National Theatre

The Royal National Theatre is also known as the National Theatre of Great Britain. It is located on the South Bank of Thames and houses three auditoriums under one roof, the Oliver, Lyttelton and Dorfman Theatre. The National Threatre produces theater of the highest standard and stages up to 30 productions each year. Its programme includes classic drama, musicals, Shakespeare, new plays and shows for all the family. The theater also offers bars, restaurants, exhibitions, riverside terraces and a bookshop.
Address: Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1 9PX, UK
Phone: +44 20 7452 3000.
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Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House is home to three great artistic companies - The Royal Opera, The Royal Ballet and The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. The world-famous venue in the heart of Covent Garden, has the third largest auditorium in London with a seating capacity of 2,256. The Royal Opera House aims to enrich our lives through opera and ballet and to break new ground in the presentation of lyric theatre. A must-do for opera lovers!
Address: Bow Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9DD, UK
Phone: +44 20 7304 4000.
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London Old Vic theatre facade

The Old Vic

The Old Vic Theater theatre was founded in 1818. It has a long history of great plays and performances by Britain’s greatest actors and actresses such as Laurence Olivier, Maggie Smith and Peter O’Toole. As one of the best-known theatres in the world, it is steeped in tradition yet still innovating. The Old Vic programme includes musicals, old plays, revivals, family shows and pantomimes. Since 2015, the theatre is under the artistic leadership of Matthew Warchus.
Address: The Cut, Waterloo, London SE1 8NB, UK
Phone: +44 844 871 7628.
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Shakespeare’s Globe

Shakespeare’s Globe was founded by the American actor and director Sam Wanamaker and it is dedicated to Shakespeare’s work. The design of the theatre is based on the original Elizabethan theatre that was built in 1588. The three-story amphitheater stands a few hundred yards from the site of the original theatre, showing Shakespeare’s plays in the open air. Travel back in time and experience the outstanding talent of Britain’s most famous poet and playwright.
Address: 21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT, UK
Phone: +44 20 7902 1400.
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