Noel Coward Theatre


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Performance of text Caryl Churchill
After its Royal Court run, it moved to the Albery Theatre in the West End on 18 January 2001.
“Caryl Churchill: <span data-tei-ns-tag="tei_title" data-tei-title-lvl=‘m’>Far Away</span&gt”;. Albemarle of London’s West End Theatre Guide.
Performance of text Dodie Smith
After opening at the Grand Theatre in Leeds, DS 's Bonnet over the Windmill transferred to London's New Theatre (later the Albery) . The setting is unusual: on the roof of a student boarding house.
Grove, Valerie. Dear Dodie: The Life of Dodie Smith. Chatto and Windus.
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Gale, Maggie B. West End Women: Women and the London Stage, 1918-1962. Routledge.
Performance of text Josephine Tey
Gordon Daviot 's first and most successful play, Richard of Bordeaux, starring John Gielgud and Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies , re-opened at London's New Theatre , where it ran for fourteen months.
Tey, Josephine. Richard of Bordeaux. Little, Brown.
Roy, Sandra. Josephine Tey. Twayne.
Harben, Niloufer. Twentieth-Century English History Plays: from Shaw to Bond. Macmillan.


November 1899: Architect W. G. R. Sprague completed building...

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November 1899

Architect W. G. R. Sprague completed building for Sir Charles Wyndham the London West End theatre Wyndham's , still open today.

12 March 1903: London's New Theatre (re-named in 1973 the...

Building item

12 March 1903

London's New Theatre (re-named in 1973 the Albery and from June 2006 renamed again the Noel Coward Theatre), built by architect W. G. R. Sprague back to back to Wyndham's Theatre , first opened its doors.


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