London Theater has been a special place for actors for centuries. A special place in the hearts of people all over the world. During this one-year celebration, let’s try to learn a little bit about London Theater and celebrate its legacy.
The theater was established in 1654 when the King of Scotland, James VI and I granted the right to show plays on the streets of London (Strawberry Hill Playhouse). It was not a big theater but it was very popular because it had direct access to people who could not afford to go to theaters in other parts of London. The first theater inside a church was set up in 1874 by an Englishman named Dr John Bostock and he called it “The Queen’s Theatre”. It was located at Oxford Circus, just across from Victoria.
London Theater Breaks is a series of 15 different shows that are organized by London Theater Bureau every year. The series is aimed at bringing together different artists from all over the world who perform in the cultural capital. Some of them play for long time and some just for a short period in a given year.
We have a whole section dedicated to the British theater. This is a retrospective of all the theaters in London. In addition, you can buy a ticket for all the theaters in London within one night. You can also check out their website and/or use their app to watch live performances or read reviews written by theater lovers.
After 40 years of performing and staging the same play in different cities, the Los Angeles Municipal Opera (LAMO) decided to celebrate an anniversary. The goal of their anniversary celebration was to prove that LAMO is still a force to be reckoned with. To do so they invited a new generation of actors to perform some of their most famous roles, including Cinderella in “Cinderella”, the future Queen Victoria in “Hamlet” and Oscar Wilde’s famous Gilda.
On January 7, 2017, the city of London broke its annual theater industry record with a whopping $13 million-20 million ticket sales. The three companies that dominated the market (Harmony, Shaftesbury, and Kneehigh) had generated over 150 million tickets last year. This was to be expected considering their well-established names and their impressive revenue streams.
Most of us would like to stay in the theater. And we deserve it! We should celebrate our anniversary with a new show. The London Theater Breaks is here to help you do that and make your holiday a memorable one.
The digital world has brought a lot of advantages for a theater. It is not only cheaper but also more flexible in carrying out the performance of shows.
I wanted to go to a theater in London that does not have any digital copywriting, but some of its theaters do so I decided to buy a pass for all the theaters.
We are at the end of the year and today we celebrate an anniversary on the production of our theater part in London. This is what happened in 1963, when a play was written by Ingmar Bergman which was performed there for the first time. Wherever you look around (theatre management, organization, etc.), every year we celebrate this anniversary.