Best Theatres to Visit in 2019

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Enjoying a wonderful night at the theatre is always a good idea. No matter if it is an exciting play, an amazing opera, a wonderful musical or a beautifully choreographed ballet, these theatres provide it all. Read this page all the way through and discover the best theatres to visit in 2019 in London.

Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House is one of the best theatre places in Covent Garden and is a historic London theatre. This arts venue has all details that make it something that you have to experience. So, if you are in London make sure to pay a visit to the Royal Opera House, which is a home to the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet.

Shakespeare’s Globe

Watching a theatre show at the Shakespeare’s Globe will take you back to the Elizabethan playhouse. This theatre has plays from May to October. During the summertime, you can buy really cheap tickets, which can be as low as £5. The Shakespeare’s Globe also has an indoor Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, which is created to resemble the playhouses of the Jacobean period.

Young Vic

If you want to see something that is more modern and innovative, then you should certainly pay a visit to the Young Vic theatre. Over the years, this theatre has become one of the most influential theatres in London. That is why Young Vic made it to our list of best theatres to visit in 2019.

Sadler’s Wells

The next theatre on our list is one of the biggest leading dance venues. If you decide to pay a visit at this theatre you can watch one of the following forms of dance: ballet dance, Bollywood danced, tango, family shows, flamenco, contemporary dance and a lot more.

National Theatre

The National Theatre is a home to three different auditoriums: the Lyttleton Theatre, the Olivier Theatre and the Dorfman Theatre. So, if you want to enrichen your London experience, make sure to pay a visit to the National Theatre. This theatre has some of the richest programs, which include everything from the newest contemporary plays to some that date back from the Elizabethan period.


The Barbican Centre dates back to the 1980’s and is a home to two theatres, three cinemas, one concert hall, a library, two art galleries, a conservatory, restaurants and shops. The London Symphony Orchestra is based in this theatre.

London Coliseum

This amazing theatre is the home of the English National Opera. The London Coliseum is one of the biggest theatres in London. So, it would be a shame not to visit it.

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

This open-air theatre actually has a really intimate and tranquil atmosphere. The Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is known for hosting some of the best musicals in London.

The Old Vic

This historic theatre is located in Waterloo. Since its opening, the Old Vic has had many famous performers, including Peter O’Toole, Laurence Olivier, Maggie Smith, Peggy Ashcroft, Judi Dench, John Gielgud and many more.

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