Shaftesbury Theatre :: Visitors' Map of London :: A-Z Maps
Shaftesbury TheatreOpened in 1911 as the New Princes Theatre, its impressive stone façade overlooks Princes Circus - the opposite end of Shaftesbury Avenue to Piccadilly Circus. Known as the Shaftesbury since 1987 its large auditorium is ideal for large scale productions, venue for the notable and notorious 1960s 'rock musical' Hair.
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