London's West End Theatres

Opened  TheatreArchitect/ Designer
10 October 1812Drury Lane TheatreBenjamin Wyatt
11 May 1818Old Vic TheatreRudolph Cabanel
4 July 1821Haymarket TheatreJohn Nash
21 March 1874Criterion TheatreThomas Verity
15 October 1881Harold Pinter TheatreThomas Verity
11 March 1882Playhouse TheatreBlow & Billerey
17 December 1888Lyric TheatreC J Phipps
24 April 1889Garrick TheatreWalter Emden & C J Phipps
31 January 1891Palace TheatreT E Collcutt & G H Holloway
10 September 1892Duke of York's TheatreWalter Emden
28 April 1897Her Majesty's TheatreC J Phipps
16 November 1899Wyndham's TheatreW G R Sprague
21 February 1901Apollo TheatreLewin Sharp
12 March 1903Noel Coward TheatreW G R Sprague
31 December 1904Lyceum TheatreBertie Crewe
22 May 1905Novello TheatreW G R Sprague
23 December 1905Aldwych TheatreW G R Sprague
27 December 1906Gielgud TheatreW G R Sprague
8 October 1907Queen's TheatreW G R Sprague
26 December 1910London PalladiumFrank Matcham
6 November 1911Victoria Palace TheatreFrank Matcham
26 December 1911Shaftesbury TheatreBertie Crewe
5 June 1913Ambassadors Theatre W G R Sprague
23 November 1916St Martin's TheatreW G R Sprague
8 November 1924Fortune TheatreErnest Schaufelberg
23 February 1926Vaudeville TheatreRobert Atkins
27 April 1928Piccadilly TheatreBertie Crewe with Edward Stone
21 October 1929Savoy TheatreFrank A Tugwell
25 November 1929Duchess TheatreEwen Barr
3 October 1929Dominion TheatreWilliam & T R Millburn
3 April 1930Prince Edward TheatreEdward A Stone
4 September 1930Cambridge TheatreWimperis, Simpson & Guthrie
24 September 1930Phoenix TheatreSir Gilbert Scott, Crewe & Masey
29 September 1930Trafalgar StudiosEdward A Stone
15 October 1930Apollo Victoria TheatreWarmsley Lewis
3 December 1930Adelphi TheatreErnest Schaufelberg
27 October 1937Prince of Wales TheatreRobert Cromie
2 January 1973New London TheatrePaul Tvrtkovic