Georgian Theatre Royal
The Georgian Theatre Royal, Britain's oldest working theatre in its original form, is both a thriving community playhouse and a living theatre museum. The theatre seats around 200 people and has a uniquely charming and intimate atmosphere. Built by actor-manager Samuel Butler in 1788, the Georgian Theatre Royal was managed by Butler along with his circuit of northern theatres.
Parking: There are three car parks nearby with multiple disabled spaces.
Please see the Georgian Theatre Royal website for further information
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