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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1885: First production of The Mikado by Gilbert and Sullivan at the Savoy Theatre, London.
1885: First production of The Mikado, by Gilbert and Sullivan, at the Savoy Theatre, London.
I'd particularly recommend Dreamgirls at The Savoy Theatre -an incredible show, with some absolutely out of this world voices.
1884: Gilbert and Sullivan's Princess Ida was premiered at the Savoy Theatre.
1888: The first performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Yeoman Of The Guard took place at the Savoy Theatre, London.
SThe Cilla star is currently appearing in the smash hit musical at the Savoy Theatre, in London's West End.
uk DreamGirls, Savoy Theatre London (Nov 19 - March 11) Catch a new production of the dramatic story of musical trio The Dreams, trying to forge a showbiz career in Chicago.
Producers of the show at London's Savoy Theatre said: "We are delighted to welcome Sheridan Smith back to Funny Girl.
THE Mikado was the ninth Gilbert and Sullivan collaboration of 14 and it was a sensation, running at London's Savoy Theatre for 672 performances and then going global (or what passed for global in 1885).
The Savoy Theatre announced yesterday that due to her "indisposition", understudy Natasha Barnes would be playing lead role Fanny Brice in the matinee and evening performances.
Smith, 34, plays US actress and comedienne Fanny Brice, who died in 1951, in the semi-biographical Broadway musical currently showing at the Savoy Theatre.
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.