Teatros en Londres

A night with a musical fun, a comedy opera, one of the newest comedies in circulation or traditional Shakespeare. Anything you want theater, London offers in abundance. The best shows go through the West End where the largest number of theaters are concentrated. But the shows are many throughout the city.

Barbican

Address Silk Street, London, UK, EC2Y 8DS
Telephone 020 7638 4141
E-mail [email protected]
Website www.barbican.org.uk
Metropolitan Barbican
Ticket from 5 to 50
Opening hours from Monday to Friday: from 9 a.m. to 23 p.m. – Sunday and festivities: from 12 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The theater of the modern Barbican Center proposes a season of spectacles very applauded. The Barbican International Theater Events (BITE) are theater festivals that bring to London the best of international theater companies. Interesting also the proposals of dances and concerts of classical music.

Dominion Theater

Address 268-269 Tottenham Court Road, London, UK, W1T 7AQ
Telephone 020 75801889
E-mail [email protected]
Website www.dominiontheatre.co.uk
Metropolitan Tottenham Cour
Ticket from 27.50 to 60.00
Shows We Will Rock You
Opening hours Monday -Saturday 19:30, Monday and Saturday 14:30

Since 2002 the musical with the legendary music of Queen continues to be on stage and the statue of Freddy Mercury to stay on the facade of the Dominion Theater. The story is set in a world of the future where rock and every form of individuality are bandits. But a group of Bohemians come out for an adventurous search of the musical instruments that a legend narrates may still be hidden in the world. Among the songs are Killer Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio GaGa and obviously the We Will Rock You title.

National Theater

Address South Bank, london, UK, SE1 9PX
Telephone +44 (0) 20 7 452 3400
Fax +44 (0) 20 7 452 3030
E-mail [email protected]
Website www.nationaltheatre.org.uk
Metropolitan Waterloo
Ticket from £ 10 to £ 36

The most important theater of the country staged classic operas and contemporarily interpreted by cast extras. The artistic director Nicholas Hytner has brought here several of the most celebrated shows and, above all, the project of the Travelex station has begun, with tickets for sale starting at only 10 pounds. There are three stages in the Olivier Theater, up to 1200 seats, the Lyttelton Theater, 890 seats and the Cottesloe theater with 300. The theater also hosts shows and in the summer, Watch This Space, free shows open from July 1 to September 27th.

Old Vic

Address Waterloo Road, London, UK, SE1 8NB
Telephone +44 (0) 844 871 7628
E-mail [email protected]
Metropolitan Waterloo
Ticket from £ 10 to £ 50

One of the most famous theaters in London, has an artistic director also very famous since when in 2003 the role has been assigned to actor Kevin Spacey. Founded in 1818 it is one of the historic theaters outside the West End. Today it welcomes up to a thousand spectators and goes on stage classic and contemporary shows that always leave to talk about. In the summer of 2009 the director of American Beauty, Sam Mendes, took the Old Vic The Bridge Project, a co-production with the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Neal Street Productions, whose chaste also includes the American actor Ethan Hawke.

Piccadilly Theater

Address Denman Street, London, UK, W1D 7DY
Telephone 020 74788800
E-mail [email protected]
Website www.piccadillytheatre.co.uk
Metropolitan Piccadilly Circus
Ticket from £ 15 to £ 65
Grease Musical Show
Opening hours Monday – Thursday 7:30 PM, Friday 5:00 PM and 8:30 PM, Saturday 3:00 PM and 7:30 PM

Since the 1978 film with John Travolta, this musical is now a classic of the West End. The story is set at the Rydell High school, where Danny Zuko, leader of the T-Birds group, finds his summer love Sandy. The couple is hindered by the differences between the two, he decided to maintain his reputation as hard, naive and natural, and relationships with his group of friends. Among the songs that have become famous are You’re The One That I Want and Summer Nights

Prince of Wales Theater

Address Coventry Street, London, UK, W1D 6AS
Telephone +44 (0) 20 7240 9935
Website www.princeofwalestheatrelondon.info
Metropolitan Piccadilly Circus
Ticket from 19.50 to 58 £
Mamma Mia show
Opening hours Monday-Thursday 7:30 PM, Friday 5:00 PM and 8:30 PM, Saturday 3:00 PM and 7:30 PM

Since 1999 one of the most successful musicals, Mamma mia! He has become more famous after the recent and beloved movie came out. The songs of the ABBA accompany the story of a mother and a daughter in the search for the father, among three possible candidates. The fun question unfolds on a very colorful Greek island. Among the songs are the hits Dancing Queen, Super Truper, Take a Chance On Me, plus Mam

Mia! of the title.

Queen’s Theater

Address Shaftesbury Avenue, London, UK, W1D 6BA
Telephone 0870 950 0930
E-mail [email protected]
Website www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk
Metropolitan Piccadilly Circus
Tickets from 12.50 to 52.50 £
Shows Les Misérables
Opening hours Monday-Saturday 19:30, Wednesday and Saturday 14:30

The adaptation in a musical of great romance of Victor Hugo is the musical that for more years continues to be staged in London, where he has been represented continuously since 1985. The story of former prisoner Jean Valjean, persecuted for decades by Javert police it has as its background the social and political struggles of France in the 1800s. Among the songs are On My Own, One More Day and Do You Hear the People Sing?

Royal Opera House

Address Bow Street, Covent Garden, London, UK, WC2E 9DD
Telephone 020 7240 1200
E-mail [email protected]
Website www.roh.org.uk
Metropolitan Covent Garden
Tickets from £ 6 to £ 150

The largest opera house in London has recently been restructured and transformed into a dream place to attend a show. The stations include classic and modern operas. There are excellent dance and classical music stations on the stage.

Shakespare’s Globe

Address 21 New Globe Walk, London, UK, SE1 9DT
Telephone +44 (0) 20 7902 1400
E-mail [email protected]
Website www.shakespeares-globe.org
Metropolitan London Bridge
Tickets from 13 to 29 – stands 5

Replica almost perfect the Elizabethan theater where William Shakespeare worked from 1598 to 1611, the Globe is completely built in wood and has no coverage. This is also why the station runs from May to September, although there is a risk of being victims of the rain, standing in the open stalls, it is high. But the effect is incredible and the station always offers the best of Shakespearean theater, for an unforgettable London experience.

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