Savoy Theatre

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Savoy Theatre:

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chapel in London, between the Strand and the Thames River. Its name is derived from the palace of Peter of Savoy, uncle of Eleanor of Provence, wife of Henry III. Destroyed (1381) in the Peasants' Revolt, the palace was rebuilt (1505) as the Hospital of St.
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1881: London's The Savoy Theatre, the first public building to be lit by electricity, opened with a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's Patience.
1888: The first performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Yeoman Of The Guard took place at the Savoy Theatre, London.
The chorus' award was collected at London's Savoy Theatre by chorus manager Rebecca Donkin and chorus members Fiona Harrison, Claire Hampton and Michael Clifton-Thompson.
Here's Wallsend's very own Michael Harrison enjoying the premiere of his latest show, Gypsy, starring Imelda Staunton at the Savoy Theatre in London's West End.
1885: First production of The Mikado by Gilbert and Sullivan at the Savoy Theatre, London.
1884: Gilbert and Sullivan's Princess Ida was premiered at the Savoy Theatre.
The show, currently at London's Savoy Theatre, charts the band's rise from the legendary Mathew Street club, through Beatlemania to their later studio masterpieces, and features more than 40 of the Fab Four's hits including I Want to Hold Your Hand, Day Tripper and Get Back.
The show opened a year ago at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London and transferred to the Savoy Theatre in January, where its run has recently been extended until February next year.
The application for planning permission in respect of the Savoy Theatre is an opportunity that is unlikely to be missed and one we cannot afford to lose.
LET IT BE Savoy Theatre, London IF you expect a story weaving The Beatles songs together like Abba's Mamma Mia
It's a sort of a homecoming for indie legends The Frank And Walters tomorrow night as the band perform at Cork's Savoy Theatre.
Following its run at the West End's Savoy Theatre, Soul Sister - which features hits including Private Dancer, River Deep Mountain High and Simply The Best - will be in town from Monday until Saturday, November 24.