Royal Academy of Dramatic Art :: Visitors' Map of London :: A-Z Maps
Royal Academy of Dramatic ArtFounded in 1904 by Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, RADA has become synonymous with teaching talented young actors, designers, directors, stage managers, technicians and writers.
As a result of the rebuilding and restoration of its historic site, funded by the Jerwood Foundation, the Academy now has three performance spaces including the 200 seat Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre. The Malet Street foyer, open to the public daily, has a cabaret stage, exhibition space, and refreshment area.
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