UK – London – Theatre Royal Haymarket

Dates: 1720 – present

Official website: http://www.trh.co.uk/

News

24 January 2018: The Guardian “London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket goes up for sale”
10 February 2018
: The Guardian “Women bid to buy Haymarket theatre as a female-led arts space”

Equipment

1971 (from The Stage Guide)
Electrics: Strand IDM on SL perch. Dimmers – 120 (110 x 2kW, 10 x 5kW); 250 preset memories. Circuits – FOH 32; Flies 60; Stage dips 24. Socket type – 15A BESA. Total capacity available – 1100A on 3 phases. 

Links to information about equipment at Theatre Royal Haymarket over the years

  • Gemini (Strand)
  • IDM (Strand)
  • Documents


    Theatre Royal Haymarket - Arthur Lloyd 
    [External Website]
    From Arthur Lloyd website

    Mentions of Theatre Royal Haymarket in indexed journals

    Location


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    Selected Past Productions / History

    • Only Fools and Horses: The Musical (9 February 2019 – Booking to June 2020)
    • The Band (1 December 2018 – 12 January 2019)
    • Heathers (3 September 2018 – 24 November 2018)
    • Broken Wings ( – 4 August 2018)
    • Tartuffe ( – 28 July 2018)
    • June 2018 – Theatre Royal Haymarket acquired by Access Entertainment
    • Frozen by Bryony Lavery ( – 5 May 2018)
    • The Rat Pack Live From Las Vegas (13 December 2017 – 3 February 2018)
    • RSC: Queen Anne (30 June – 30 September 2017)
    • The Goat ( – 24 June 2017)
    • RSC: Much Ado About Nothing/Love’s Labours Lost (9 December 2016 – 18 March 2017)
    • The Libertine ( – 3 December 2016)
    • Breakfast at Tiffany’s ( – 17 September 2016)
    • How the Other Half Loves ( – 25 June 2016)
    • Bad Jews ( – 19 March 2016)
    • Mr Foote’s Other Leg ( – 23 January 2016)
    • McQueen ( – 17 October 2015)
    • The Elephant Man ( – 8 August 2015)
    • Harvey ( – 2 May 2015)
    • Taken At Midnight (15 January – 14 March 2015)
    • Great Britain (9 September 2014 – 10 January 2015) Transferred from the National Theatre
    • Daytona (30 June – 23 August 2014)
    • Fatal Attraction (11 March – 21 June 2014)
    • One Man Two Guv’nors ( – 1 March 2014)
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    • 1837 – The theatre stopped using candles for lighting in 1837 (the last to do so)
    • 4 July 1821 – Current theatre opened, designed by Nash
    • 1747 – Theatre reopened
    • 1737 – Theatre closed
    • 29 December 1720 – Opening Night