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The Apollo Victoria is the largest theatre in the West End. The design of the theatre is testament to its art deco roots.
The theatre, which opened on 10 September 1892 with Wedding Eve, was built for Frank Wyatt and his wife, Violet Melnotte. Initially called the Trafalgar Square, the name was shortened to Trafalgar in 1894 and the following year became the Duke of York's to honour the future King George V.
The Fortune Theatre, once so succinctly described as 'This most intimate of theatres' first opened to the public on Saturday, 8th November 1924.
Designed by Thomas Verity in 1881, we were built from first brick to opening night in six months. Under our original name of the Royal Comedy Theatre, the curtain rose on our first production, The Mascotte, on October 15th 1881. The ‘Royal’ was dropped from the title in 1884 and we remained the Comedy Theatre for the next 127 years.
The Lyceum is located in the heart of London's West End in Covent Garden.