Shakespeare's Globe: The Globe Theatre has been around for 418 years therefore it first built in 1599. The theatre is a ring-shaped building with no roof above the centre, this makes it very different from modern theatres today. Due to the open roof and wooden structure it can get quite cold, and because it was made to be as authentic as possible, it has no heating.
The fashion world descends upon London's Soho district this week, as London Fashion Week makes Berwick Street its new home. But the area is famous for more than fashion, here are the places to drink, dine and stay while you're in the capital's entertainment district
Your guide to Theatreland Reginald Percy Gossop, 1926 ‘Theatreland’ was regularly promoted by the Underground as a leisure destination. Poster maps like this served as an invitation to travel in the evening, when services were less busy. Reginald Percy Gossop produced three decorative maps of London’s theatre district between 1926 and 1929.
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After taking a job as a chambermaid at a grand London hotel, Dolly Lane finds herself propelled into the glittering London theatre scene when she becomes the muse to a struggling songwriter. Reading-group guide available.
Lion King musical tickets and show guide (Lyceum Theatre, London)