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Queen's Theatre Tours and Activities

From Fred Astaire to Stephen Fry, Marlene Dietrich to Maggie Smith, the stage of the Queen’s Theatre has served myriad talents over the last hundred years. After sustaining bomb damage in World War II, the theater reopened in 1959 and became the new London residence ofLes Misérables in 2004—which continues today as the longest-running musical in history.

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51 Shaftesbury Ave, Soho, London, W1D 6BA
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West End and South Bank Theatre Walking Tour in London

West End and South Bank Theatre Walking Tour in London

Discover 400 years of stage history in the theatre capital of the world! A journey across the West End and the South Bank featuring the biggest names, greatest successes & most infamous disasters. Theatres covered on the tour include: The Coliseum, Duke of York's, Noel Coward, Wyndham's, Her Majesty's, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Harold Pinter, Prince of Wales, Lyric, Apollo, Gielgud, Sondheim, Palace, Ambassadors, St Martins, The Arts, ROH, Fortune, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Lyceum, The National, Shakespeare's a top-secret final location!
  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation

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