Prince Edward Theatre

The Prince Edward (named after the then Prince of Wales who had a brief stint as King Edward VIII and reverted back to the Duke of Windsor after abdication) opened in 1930. It has been a theatre, a cinema and a servicemen’s club but in 1978 it was reverted back to a theatre and opened with Evita.

It seats just over 1,600 and recent productions have included Mamma Mia!, Jersey Boys and Mary Poppins.

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27 October 2020
 
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