Noel Coward Theatre
Opened in Covent Garden in 1903 as the New Theatre, this famous venue became the Albery in 1973 before being renamed the Noel Coward following a major refurbishment in 2006.
In its various guises, the theatre has played host to John Gielgud’s legendary Hamlet, Helen Mirren in A Month in the Country, and Judi Dench and Ben Wishaw in Peter and Alice. In recent years its hugely varied repertoire has embraced everything from the bleak, powerful Blackbird to the riotously silly Avenue Q.
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NOEL COWARD THEATRE
85-88 ST MARTIN'S LANE