Information about the Theatres in London
London is synonymous with many things and one of them is
the theater. The theaters of the West End are - along with
New York's Broadway - the "sampler" for productions around
the world. Inevitably, then, the capital of Great Britain
attracts large number of tourists in their program have
watching a theatrical performance.
His heart beats in theatrical London Theatreland (earth
theater) in the West End in the city center. Hosts on the 40
theaters, most of which are Victorian or Edwardian era.
Their tents premiered some of his greatest hits, such as
musicals Andrew Lloyd Weber.
Many productions have made history with years of
sustainability, such as Les Miserables (Les Miserables) who
played for 21 years but the Mousetrap (Mousetrap), which
premiered in 1952 and continues to play. Proof of dynamic
theatrical tourism in London.
The Theatreland usually hosts the most commercial
productions, most of them are musical. The most "difficult"
plays usually go outside the West End, theaters such as the
National Theatre, the Royal Shakespear Company, the Old Vic
and the Almeida Theatre. Should it prove an attraction for
spectators, then it is very likely ... stamp their passport
for the play center.
Furthermore, the productions of the West End are a great
opportunity for film enthusiasts to see up close the actors
who admire and criticize their performance on stage, as many
stars of the art often decide - dense to test on stage