UK – London – Shaftesbury Theatre

Official website: http://www.shaftesburytheatre.com/

Dates: 1911 – present

Archive equipment related to Shaftesbury Theatre, London over the years

  • CD / System CD (Strand Lighting)
  • Documents


    Shaftesbury Theatre 
    [External Website]
    From Arthur Lloyd website

    LSI: Kiss of the Spider Woman (November 1992)
    [820kb PDF]
    From Lighting & Sound International

    LSI: Tommy (April 1996)
    [800kb PDF]
    From Lighting & Sound International

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    Past Productions

    Motown The Musical (11 February 2016 – booking to January 5 2019)
    Memphis The Musical (23 October 2014 – 31 October 2015)
    The Pajama Game (13 May 2014 – 13 September 2014)
    From Here To Eternity (23 October 2013 – 29 March 2014)
    Burn the Floor (11 March 2013 –  )
    Rock Of Ages (31 August 2011 previews, 27 September 2011 – January 2013) then transferred to the Garrick Theatre until 2 November 2013
    Derren Brown’s Svengali (13 June 2011 – )
    Flashdance the Musical (14 October 2010 – )
    Burn the Floor (27 July 2010 – )
    Hairspray (30 October 2007 – ) ran for two and a half years
    Fame (4 May 2007 – )
    Daddy Cool (21 September 2006 – )
    High Society (10 October 2005 – )
    Thoroughly Modern Millie (18 September 2005 – )
    The Far Pavilions (14 April 2005 – )
    Bat Boy (18 August 2004 – )
    Calamity Jane (12 June 2003 – )
    125th Street (17 September 2002 – )
    Umoja – The Spirit of Togetherness (12 November 2001 – )
    Peggy Sue Got Married (2 August 2001 – )
    Baddiel & Skinner (17 April 2001 – ) comedy
    Napoleon (30 September 2000 – )
    Chubby Brown (9 June 2000 – ) comedy
    Lautrec (27 March 2000 – )
    Casper (4 December 1999 – )
    Rent (21 April 1998 – )
    The Royal Opera Season (23 October 1997 – )
    Cinderella (22 April 1997 – )
    Tommy (Previews 2 Feb 1996, opened 5 March 1996 – 8 February 1997)
    Return to the Forbidden Planet (19 December 1995 – )
    Definite Article – Eddie Izzard (10 October 1995 – ) comedy
    Harvey (16 May 1995 – ) play
    The Three Lives of Lucie Cabrol (18 January 1995 – )
    Out of the Blue (4 November 1994 – )
    Carousel (10 September 1993 – May 1994) 
    Kiss of the Spider Woman (8 October 1992 – August 1993)
    Re:Joyce (7 July 1992 – ) play
    A Slip of the Tongue (28 April 1992 – )
    The Phantom of the Opera (18 December 1991 – 11 April 1992) Ken Hill’s musical version of the story, first performed in 1976
    Our Town (28 August 1991 – )
    The Kaliber Improthon (26 May 1991 – )
    Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell (20 March 1991 – ) play
    Out of Order (28 September 1990 – ) play
    Song and Dance (5 April 1990 – )
    French and Saunders (12 March 1990 – )
    M Butterfly (14 April 1989 – )
    Follies (4 July 1987 – )

    An Italian Straw Hat (5 December 1986 – )
    Rookery Nook (25 April 1986 – )
    The Entertainer (26 March 1986 – )
    Two Into One (15 October 1984 – )
    See How They Run (3 September 1984 – )
    A Friend Indeed (9 July 1984 – )
    Pygmalion (10 May 1984 – )
    See How They Run (8 February 1984 – )
    Aladdin (16 December 1983 – January 1984)
    Run For Your Wife (29 March 1983 – )
    They’re Playing Our Song (1 October 1980 – )
    Irma La Douce (28 November 1979 – )
    Tin Pan Alley (29 October 1979 – )
    Canterbury Tales (24 April 1979 – )
    Dracula (13 September 1978 – )
    Godspell (14 July 1978 – )
    Kismet (21 March 1978 – )
    Drake’s Dream (30 November 1977 – )
    Maggie (12 October 1977 – )
    Edith Piaf, Je Vous Aime (21 June 1977 – )
    Rolls Hyphen Royce (11 May 1977 – )
    Liza of Lambeth (8 June 1976 – )
    Dads Army (2 October 1975 – )
    West Side Story (19 December 1974 – )
    Hair (27 September 1968 – )
    Big Bad Mouse (17 October 1966 – )
    Twang! (20 December 1965 – January 1966) by Lionel Bart. Ran for 5 weeks
    Our Man Crichton (22 December 1964 – )
    How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (28 March 1963 – )
    Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (20 August 1962 – )
    England Our England (7 May 1962 – )
    The Big Killing (1 February 1962 – )
    Salad Days (26 November 1961 – )
    King Kong – African Musical (23 February 1961 – )