Theatre Royal Drury Lane
A Star Reborn
- Brand new guide to the world’s oldest theater site in continuous use
- Published to mark the reopening of the theater following the major renovation project which has restored the theater's Georgian glory
- Tells the rich history of this great London theater and its many famous personalities and productions
- Foreword by Andrew Lloyd Webber
The world’s oldest theater site in continuous use, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane has been at the heart of Covent Garden for more than 350 years. Audiences have flocked to the Lane to see the greatest stars of the day in spectacular productions ranging from Shakespeare to pantomime, from thrilling dramas to ground-breaking musicals.
The present theater was built in 1811, after a devastating fire destroyed the previous incarnation, and the Lane has now been restored to its original Georgian glory by Andrew and Madeleine Lloyd Webber. The world-class theatrical and performance space is today an entertainment and cultural destination alive throughout the day.
This souvenir guide tells the story of the Lane from its bawdy beginnings in Restoration London to its newly restored elegance, unearthing the secrets of a theater that has survived tragedy and fire, royal scandals, ghosts and even murder, while keeping audiences enthralled for centuries.
- Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers Ltd
- Publish date
- 15th Nov 2022
- Paperback / softback
- USA & Canada
- 8.66 in x 8.66 in
- 72 Pages
- 90 color, 20 b&w