GRAND FINAL VENUE
The Apollo Victoria Theatre is a West End theatre on Wilton Road in the Westminster district of London, across from London Victoria Station. (The theatre also has an entrance on Vauxhall Bridge Road.) Opened in 1930 as a cinema and variety theatre, the Apollo Victoria became a venue for musical theatre, beginning with The Sound of Music in 1981, and including the long-running Starlight Express, from 1984 to 2002. The theatre is currently the home of the musical Wicked, which has played at the venue for almost 14 years.
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REGIONAL VENUE ONE
Millfield Theatre opened on December 15, 1988 in the grounds of Millfield House on Silver Street in Edmonton, North London. It was the first new theatre built in London after the National Theatre in 1963 and seats up to 362 in a variety of stage layouts. The theatre was re-opened on 6 October 2009 following a significant refurbishment. The 2.5 million revamp saw the theatre gain a new bar & kitchen, performance space, toilet block and box office. The main auditorium was renamed the Sir Bruce Forsyth Auditorium.
REGIONAL VENUE TWO
The Broadway in Barking town centre is a performing arts venue and theatre presenting live music, dance, drama, comedy, variety, children's shows and lots more. This light, modern, flexible venue draws audiences locally and from across east London and west Essex. The venue was modernised and redesigned by Tim Foster Architects and reopened in September 2004. The theatre includes a glass façade and foyer space, an auditorium with flexible seating, with a capacity of 341.
REGIONAL VENUE THREE
Opened in 1984, the Epsom Playhouse has a wide and varied programme of events featuring both professional and community productions. The main Auditorium seats 450 and plays host to major leading theatrical companies, including Opera, Dance, Drama, Comedy, Light Entertainment, Variety, Popular Children's Shows and more. The Myers Studio within the Playhouse seats up to 80 and is used as a regular venue for professional productions, our ever popular Studio Jazz evenings, children's shows and community events.
REGIONAL VENUE FOUR
The Civic Theatre seats an audience of 504 over 2 levels – stalls and balcony. The auditorium makes the performance space a very intimate one where you can be close to the stage and immerse yourself in the performance with no restricted views from any seats. The auditorium boasts comfortable seating newly refurbished in 2016, excellent sight lines, air conditioning, and the backstage facilities to make the magic of theatre a reality.
REGIONAL VENUE FIVE
Watermans is West London’s arts centre bringing communities together through cultural practise and existing to enrich lives through the arts and creativity. It presents a thriving year-round programme of cinema, fringe theatre, exhibitions and workshops in a stunning riverside location in Brentford, opposite Kew Gardens.