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Located at the Pall Mall in London, the Royal Automative Club is a members only club. Established in 1897, the club has another chapter in Woodcote Park in Surrey. The building itself is a classic architectural marvel that blends Art Deco elements and features a swimming facility, golf courses, business center and three restaurants. The Royal Automative Club also plays hosts to several business and private events throughout the year.
One of the many Off West End theaters, Arts Theatre is offbeat yet totally entertaining. Founded in 1927, this independent theater offers a variety of plays and live entertainment. These include musicals, drama, comedy and concerts. Besides the theater bar, they also feature a members-only bar and the clandestine Covent Garden Cocktail Club. There are also studio spaces for hire above the theater.
As the name suggests, the Africa Centre is a center dedicated to nurturing and promoting African culture. The African cultural heritage that is full of fascinating tales and different rituals needs to be promoted further in this modern era. This center hosts whole range of events like concerts, cultural festivals, movie screenings and lecture series that revolve around the African theme. Apart from this, it also concentrates on the socio-economic issues faced by Africans. For more details, call ahead.
The Lyric Theatre is the oldest on Shaftesbury Avenue. It opened in 1888 with a comic opera and now caters for all tastes with a range of shows, including plays and musicals. Despite the diversity of shows and its prime West End location, this medium-sized theater seats only 932 people (a relatively small-scale player for the West End) and has a wonderfully warm atmosphere. There are three bars so waiting in line for a drink during the interval is rarely a problem.
Savoy theatre usually shows plays of the British persuasion, like Noel Coward's Hay Fever and a musical version of Hardy's Tess of the D'Ubervilles. But at Christmas it often hosts a variety of shows for children. The auditorium holds a large crowd, including seats for wheelchairs in the dress circle, and it can also be hired for conference purposes. A Great place to catch a British production. Call ahead for more (+44 844 871 7627).
The Gielgud Theatre, named after the late, great actor/director Sir John Gielgud, has been described as one London's most beautiful playhouses. Built in the early 1900s, it is an architectural gem to be proud of. With a seating capacity of 889, the theater also provides wheelchair access. The majority of billings here are drama based, but a few comedies and even musicals feature in between. Call +44 844 482 5130 for more information.