Readers ask: Where Is Novello Theatre?

What is near the Novello Theatre?

The Novello Theatre is located close to its neighbour, the Aldwych Theatre and is excellently located for Central London transport links. Close to many sightseeing options, the River Thames is just metres away, with Covent Garden and the London Transport Museum nearby, as well as Bloomsbury, Seven Dials and The Strand.

How old is the Novello Theatre?

Already booked your tickets? There are four VIP rooms available for hire at the Novello Theatre. The Shubert Room, The Whitney Room, which holds up to 10 people, Box B ante-room and Royal Box ante-room which hold up to 10 people each.

How big is the Novello Theatre?

The Novello Theatre’s 1,146-capacity auditorium, along with its bar spaces and VIP rooms can be hired for private and corporate events.

What line is Covent Garden on?

Covent Garden is on the Piccadilly Line. Covent Garden’s tube station is a very short walk from the Market Building at the end of James Street.

How many seats are in the Novello Theatre?

Mamma Mia! is 2 hours and 35 minutes long including one interval. Performances are usually from Monday to Saturday at 7.45pm with 3pm matinees on Thursdays and Saturdays.

When did London’s first playhouse open?

Britain’s first playhouse ‘The Theatre’ was built in Finsbury Fields, London in 1576. It was constructed by Leicester’s Men – an acting company formed in 1559 from members of the Earl of Leicester’s household. Over the next 16 years, 17 new open-air, public theatres were constructed.

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