Noël Coward Theatre
Wait for the house lights to dim and prepare to enjoy an evening of fine acting in one of the West End’s leading theatres. Extensively refurbished in 2005, the Noël Coward Theatre is a great choice if you’re interested in catching a show during your time in London.
Nestled in the heart of London’s West End on Saint Martin’s Lane, the Noël Coward Theatre was originally known as The New Theatre when it opened its doors in 1903. It changed to the Albery in 1973 and only took on its current name in 2006 to coincide with the start of a three-year run of the Tony Award-winning musical, Avenue Q.
Regarded as one of theatreland’s most impressive buildings – and now Grade II listed – it was designed by the renowned theatre architect William Sprague, who was also responsible for London’s Aldwych and Gielgud theatres, among many others around the UK. However, it was in this theatre that English actor, playwright and director Noël Coward made his West End debut in 1920, starring as Bobbie Dermott in his own play, I’ll Leave It to You.
If you’re planning to stay in a hotel near the Noël Coward Theatre, be sure to find time to visit the box office and pick up some tickets for a performance. The venue runs a varied programme and following the completion of its extensive refurbishment programme in 2005 has staged critical successes including Deathtrap, an adaption of Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, and the hit musical Million Dollar Quartet.
Great transport links
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