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Like the other streets of the city of London, the Villiers Street is also a bustling and busy street. Along the street, there are many tourist attractions and entertainment venues that include New Players Theatre, Benjamin Franklin House and so forth. Come Saturday and you will see antiques collectors heading here to check-out the latest additions to the Charing Cross Collector's Fair held here.
The stately Playhouse Theatre harbors a long and illustrious history as an imminently suitable venue for having a jolly good time. First opened in 1882 under the name of Royal Avenue Theatre, audiences then packed in the seats to watch burlesques and comic operas, among other productions. Having played host to a number of classic acts and musicals, the Playhouse is regularly a host to renowned theater groups.
La Galleria Pall Mall offers its large space for various events, whether related to art or not. The venue can accommodate up to 120 guests if standing, and can go up to 175 if standing. You can hire this space for weddings, receptions, and parties and arrange the decor to best suit your theme of events.
A very popular photographic gallery in not only the UK but the whole of Europe, the Strand Gallery reflects true photographic talent. Working on both popular and rare, yet captivating themes, the gallery makes for a perfect stage to begin your career. A haunt amidst photography enthusiast and collectors, the Strand Gallery is a must visit. Entrance into the gallery is free. Call for additional information.
Her Majesty's Theatre is a grand, French Renaissance-style theater with surviving Victorian stage machinery. Established in 1705, the theater has been rebuilt and refashioned several times, including a last major renovation in 1897. First an opera and concert house, the theater became known in the early 20th Century for hosting daring productions of classic theater and premieres by major playwrights. Since then, it has hosted mostly musical productions—including a record-setting 1916 run of the musical Chu Chin Chow—for which the size of its stage and facilities are suited. Her Majesty’s Theatre has also been home to the eternally popular musical The Phantom of the Opera since 1986.
The Haymarket Theatre Royal is a relatively large theater seating where over 800 patrons can enjoy eclectic performances. The plays here are big and attract tourists, but their popularity does nothing to undermine the quality of the work and actors, many of which are household names. Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason and Helen Mirren have all starred here. There is access for wheelchairs which are placed at the back of the stalls area.