Theatres of London Quiz
How much do you know about the history of the theatre? 12 Questions.
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Which of these was not an English Renaissance theatre?
The Half Moon
The Red Lion
Which derelict theatre did Lilian Baylis reopen in 1931?
Which London park has an Open Air Theatre that was founded in 1932 and is now owned by the New Shakespeare Company?
Which theatre was opened in 1881 to showcase the comic operas of Gilbert & Sullivan?
Which two theatres would you have visited to see the farces of Brian Rix from 1944 to 1971?
Mermaid & Lyric
Lyceum & Savoy
Whitehall & Garrick
Match the theatre to the area of London
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Royal Opera House
Which theatre, founded by Sir Bernard Miles in 1959, was closed in 2003 amidst great controversy?
To avoid confusion with the reconstruction of Shakespeare's Globe in 1994, The Globe Theatre, founded in 1909, was renamed what?
Which of these is not an auditorium at the South Bank National Theatre?
The collapse of the roof of the Shaftesbury Theatre in July 1973 forced the closure of which successful musical?
Which theatre is said to have many ghosts, including the Man In Grey, Joe Grimaldi and Charles Macklin?
Theatre Royal, Haymarket
The Royal Opera House
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
The Lord Chamberlain's Men played at The Globe Theatre - where did The Admiral's Men play?
The Swan Theatre
The Curtain Theatre
The Fortune Playhouse
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