This beautiful theatre, originally built in 1881 to show only Gilbert and Sullivan productions, underwent a dramatic makeover in 1929. The classic Victorian style was replaced with one more fitting of the age, the ceiling was painted to resemble an April sky; the walls, translucent gold on silver; and the rows of stalls were all richly upholstered in different colours.
Whilst a fire in 1990 sadly destroyed much of the original work, the restoration project was a triumph. The dazzling recreation is a faithful representation of the 1929 vision with the added benefits of modernised facilities.
Set across three tiers, this beautiful theatre offers an incredible chance to immerse yourself in the very best of London’s West End musical theatre