Novello Theatre, London
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Current shows at the Novello Theatre:
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An ornate corner building, the Novello Theatre, originally the Waldorf, opened its doors in spring 1905 to a fanfare. It’s one of the 33 splendid theatrical venues designed by the architect W. G.R. Sprague, who had a lifelong love for the theatre and enjoyed a glittering 40 year career. Built of pure white Portland stone and the twin of the nearby Aldwych Theatre, it has an illustrious history. In recent years the venue has been home to some outstanding successes including Buddy, Mrs Warren's Profession and The Rat Pack, which eventually transferred to The Savoy to make way for refurbishment by Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Limited, the freeholder. £3.25 million later the job was complete and the theatre has gone from strength to strength. Several successful RSC seasons under its belt and acclaimed dramas like Shadowlands and An Inspector Calls have made Novello Theatre tickets a must for theatre fans. You can buy yours here!