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Lyric Theatre

The oldest surviving of all the theatres currently on Shaftesbury Avenue

The Lyric Theatre is the oldest surviving of all the theatres currently on Shaftesbury Avenue. The foyers and bar areas were completely redocorated in 1932/33 while the exterior was restored in 1994.

The Lyric Theatre initially staged mostly light operattas when it first opened before subsquently staging light comedies and straight drama.

Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 4ES

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