UK – London – Donmar Warehouse

Dates:1992 – present
Official websitehttps://www.donmarwarehouse.com

251 Seats
Named after Donald Albery and the middle name of his wife, Margaret, and originally opened as a rehearsal room. Transformed into a performance space under the leadership of Sam Mendes. 
The building was previously used as a hops warehouse and a banana-ripening depot. 

Selected Past Productions

Information from the Donmar Warehouse website

  • Blindness (Sound Installation) (1 August – 5 September 2020)
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  • Enter the Guardsman (11 September – 18 October 1997)
  • The Seagull (12 August – 6 September 1997)
  • The Maids (19 June – 9 August 1997)
  • The Fix (26 April – 14 June 1997)
  • Nine (6 December 1996 – 8 March 1997)
  • Fool for Love (3 October – 30 November 1996)
  • Pentecost (3 – 28 September 1996)
  • Hedda Gabler (30 July – 31 August 1996)
  • Habeas Corpus (30 May – 27 July 1996)
  • Endgame (11 April – 25 May 1996)
  • Company (1 December 1995 – 2 March 1996)
  • The Glass Menagerie (7 September – 5 November 1995)
  • Insignificance (1 June – 6 August 1995)
  • Our Boys (11 April – 13 May 1995)
  • Highland Fling (21 March – 8 April 1995)
  • The Threepenny Opera (8 December 1994 – 18 March 1995)
  • True West (9 November – 3 December 1994)
  • Design for Living (1 September – 5 November 1994)
  • Glengarry Glen Ross (16 June – 27 August 1994)
  • Beautiful Thing (29 March – 23 April 1994)
  • Cabaret (2 December 1993 – 26 March 1994) Directed by Sam Mendes, Starring Jane Horrocks & Alan Cumming
  • Hamlet (10 – 27 November 1993)
  • The Life of Stuff (16 September – 6 November 1993)
  • Here (9 July – 11 September 1993)
  • Translations (3 June – 24 July 1993)
  • Playland (25 February – 17 April 1993)
  • Richard III (14 January – 20 February 1993)
  • Assassins (22 October 1992 – 9 January 1993)

Location


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Donmar Warehouse company offices, production facilities and rehearsal rooms are at Dryden Street