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Apollo Theatre

Apollo Theatre
31 Shaftesbury Avenue
London
London
W1D 7ES

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The Apollo Theatre is situated on Shaftesbury Avenue in the West End of London, close to Piccadilly Circus tube station.

Apollo Theatre

One of the distinct factors concerning the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue is the fact that it was designed by the architect Lewin Sharp – as opposed to one of the famous four theatre architects Frank Matcham, C J Phipps, W G R Sprague and Bertie Crewe.

The original venue was built in 1901, later rebuilt in 1932 due to being destroyed in WW1.

Today it is regularly seen playing host to some of the best known productions, and is currently home to Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.

The first show to appear at the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue was a musical comedy called The Belle of Bohemia by Ludwig Englaender, and The Girl From Kays a year later.

By the 1920s the venue was welcoming some acclaimed actors and one of these was Laurence Olivier, who arrived in 1928 to appear in a production of Journey’s End.

The Apollo has been home to some acclaimed plays from writers like Noel Coward, Arthur Miller and the contemporary Jez Butterworth, including Blithe Spirit and Jerusalem.

Book your tickets for Everybody’s Talking About Jamie now, playing at the Apollo Theatre.

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Thursday, 18 Apr, 2019 Apollo Theatre, London Everybody's Talking About Jamie
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Monday, 22 Apr, 2019 Apollo Theatre, London Everybody's Talking About Jamie
Tuesday, 23 Apr, 2019 Apollo Theatre, London Everybody's Talking About Jamie

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