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Theatre Royal Drury Lane

One of Covent Garden’s largest and most historic theatres, the current Theatre Royal opened in 1812—the latest in a long line of theatres to have graced the same site.

It was upon the stage of one of the earlier incarnations that the actress and royal mistress Nell Gwyn first caught the roving eye of King Charles II.

The theatre has hosted some of Covent Garden’s biggest, most elaborate productions, from the 1946 London debut of Oklahoma! to the decade-long success of Miss Saigon and the premiere of the Sam Mendes-directed Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

THEATRE ROYAL
CATHERINE STREET
COVENT GARDEN
LONDON
WC2B 6JF


Website:DRURYLANETHEATRELONDON.COM
Phone: 020 7850 8793


Theatre Royal Drury Lane in Covent Garden.

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At the Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

BOOKING UNTIL JAN 2017

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