Theatre Royal, Newcastle
Theater in Newcastle upon Tyne
The Theatre Royal is a historic theater in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. The Theatre Royal is one of only 9 Grade I listed theater halls in England. It first opened its doors in February 1837 on Newcastle’s Grey Street. It underwent a large renovation after a fire following a showing of Macbeth in 1899. The renovation work saw the entire auditorium re-designed by one of the most iconic theatre architects, Frank Matcham.
It is one of the city’s best-known landmarks hosting a variety of shows, including musicals, drama, opera, ballet and Christmas pantomimes.
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