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It is a theatre located just south-east of Waterloo Station in London on the corner of The Cut and Waterloo Road. Established in 1818 as the Royal Coburg Theatre, it was taken over by Emma Cons in 1880 when it was known formally as the Royal Victoria Hall. In 1898, a niece of Cons, Lilian Baylis assumed management and began a series of Shakespeare productions in 1914. The building was damaged in 1940 during air raids, and was reopened to the public only in 1951 after its reconstruction.
Address: South Bank Centre, London
TripAdvisor Traveler Reviews
Vermy100 , Chalfont St. Giles, United Kingdom, 2015-05-20
We went to see Light Shining in Buckinghamshire at the Lyttleton. The theatre is great -- good views from everywhere, comfortable seats and not too hot. The National Theatre is a brutalist concrete... read full review
69Heather , St. Albans, United Kingdom, 2015-05-20
We have been to the National Theatre many times. It is about the only theatre in London where you can guarantee that you will have comfortable seats and a good view of the stage from anywhere (Apart... read full review
empress_cherry , Canberra, Australia, 2015-05-05
I've wanted to come here since I saw an NTLive screening of Benedict Cumberbatch's Frankenstein (years ago, from the other side of the world) - and after that I signed up for NT emails, so I get... read full review