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INFO Shaftesbury Theatre, originally called The Prince’s Theatre, opened in December of 1911 and since then it has held countless amazing Broadway productions, musicals, and operas. Shaftesbury Theatre is located in the West... ... read more

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Shaftesbury Theatre Information

Shaftesbury Theatre - Theater in London.

Shaftesbury Theatre, originally called The Prince’s Theatre, opened in December of 1911 and since then it has held countless amazing Broadway productions, musicals, and operas.

Shaftesbury Theatre is located in the West End of London on Shaftesbury Avenue in the Borough of Camden. Camden is a wonderful area complete with an open-air market and streets lined with trendy thrift stores. Restaurant and dining options around Shaftesbury Theatre are plentiful; one can easily grab a delicious bite or a relaxing drink before or after a show.

The first production to be held at Shaftesbury Theatre in 1911 was The Three Musketeers. The Theatre shifted ownership in 1984 and is now owned by the Theatre Comedy Company – it has since been refurbished and redecorated. The venue can seat about 1,400 people and has space for parking. It is also easily accessible via the London Underground.

Earlier notable shows at the Shaftesbury Theatre featured performances by Fred Astaire and Sarah Bernhardt. Recent hit productions at the Shaftesbury Theatre include Hairspray, Flashdance The Musical, and the Broadway sensation Rock of Ages.

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