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Theatre has been an integral part of the cultural landscape in London, England for centuries

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Background imageTheatre Collection: Holland House library after an air raid BB83_04456

Holland House library after an air raid BB83_04456
HOLLAND HOUSE, Kensington, London. An interior view of the bombed library at Holland House with readers apparently choosing books regardless of the damage. Photographed in 1940

Background imageTheatre Collection: Piccadilly Circus, LNER poster, 1923-1947

Piccadilly Circus, LNER poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced by London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote train services to London. Artwork by Fred Taylor (1875-1963)

Background imageTheatre Collection: Gilbert & Sullivan Operas, D Oyly Carte Souvenir

Gilbert & Sullivan Operas, D Oyly Carte Souvenir
D Oyly Cartes Season of Gilbert and Sullivan Operas, Souvenir Programme, Princes Theatre, London, 29 September 1919 - 31 January 1920, showing a large cast of characters from the operettas. 1919-1920

Background imageTheatre Collection: The Aldwych, London

The Aldwych, London - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J. Salmon, and reproduced as a local view postcard

Background imageTheatre Collection: Souvenir of Fete at Bourne End, New York Lodge, Buckinghamshire

Souvenir of Fete at Bourne End, New York Lodge, Buckinghamshire
3057572 Souvenir of Fte at Bourne End, New York Lodge, Buckinghamshire, August 1st 1908 (gouache on paper) by Woolls, Henry William (b.c.1860); 48.3x73.7 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTheatre Collection: Priscilla, Queen of the Desert musical

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert musical
Giant shoe of the Priscilla, Queen of the Desert musical at the Palace Theatre, London, England

Background imageTheatre Collection: Southport, For a Holiday In Wintertime, LMS poster, 1925

Southport, For a Holiday In Wintertime, LMS poster, 1925
Poster produced for the London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote winter travel to Southport, Merseyside. The poster is illustrated with a painting of fashionably dressed women

Background imageTheatre Collection: Beggars Opera Poster

Beggars Opera Poster
Poster for production at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith (London)

Background imageTheatre Collection: Noel Gallagher Singer September 1998 Oasis band member talking to supermodel Kate

Noel Gallagher Singer September 1998 Oasis band member talking to supermodel Kate Moss at the after show party of Steve Coogans show at the Lyceum Theatre in Londons Covent Garden

Background imageTheatre Collection: The Theatre-Zoo shop window DD003928

The Theatre-Zoo shop window DD003928
The Theatre-Zoo, 28, New Row, Covent Garden, London. Exterior of shop window. Photographed by Paul Barkshire, 4th April 1980

Background imageTheatre Collection: Metropolitan Music Hall, Edgware Road

Metropolitan Music Hall, Edgware Road
The Metropolitan Music Hall, 207 Edgware Road London - a very fine Music Hall which was sadly demolished in 1963 to allow the building of a flyover for the A40

Background imageTheatre Collection: Map of Cornwall from the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, pub

Map of Cornwall from the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, pub
BAL16023 Map of Cornwall from the Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, pub. in London by George Humble, 1627 edition (hand coloured engraving) by Speed, John (1552-1629); Map House, London

Background imageTheatre Collection: Globe Performance

Globe Performance
A performance is watched by a packed house at the Globe theatre, London

Background imageTheatre Collection: The London Palladium

The London Palladium

Background imageTheatre Collection: French mime artist Marcel Marceau during rehearsals at the Picca

French mime artist Marcel Marceau during rehearsals at the Piccadilly Theatre in London 1962

Background imageTheatre Collection: Theatre Crowd in Shaftesbury Avenue, London

Theatre Crowd in Shaftesbury Avenue, London
The early winter and Christmas season in London - a theatre crowd pouring out into Shaftesbury Avenue. The scene is outside the Lyric Theatre, looking towards the Globe, the Queen s

Background imageTheatre Collection: Elizabethan London

Elizabethan London, stretching from St James Park in the west to Whitechapel and the Tower in the east. Theatres and other places of ill-repute are located on the south bank

Background imageTheatre Collection: A hot air balloon rises into the early morning sky in front of the Canary Wharf financial

A hot air balloon rises into the early morning sky in front of the Canary Wharf financial district of London, July 25, 2011

Background imageTheatre Collection: Topsfield Parade, Crouch End, London

Topsfield Parade, Crouch End, London - Queens Opera House and Club can be seen on the right (in 2017 a Virgin Arctive Health Club...). Date: circa 1905

Background imageTheatre Collection: Programme for the London Palladium

Programme for the London Palladium
Programme for variety show at the London Palladium, 1932, under the direction of George Black Date: 1932

Background imageTheatre Collection: Sherlock Holmes theatre poster

Sherlock Holmes theatre poster
Theatre poster advertising a four-part drama of Sherlock Holmes, playing at the Grand Theatre in Halifax, the show travelling from the Lyceum Theatre in London

Background imageTheatre Collection: Globe Theatre J060052

Globe Theatre J060052
SHAKESPEAREs GLOBE THEATRE, Bankside, London. General view of the theatre with the chimney of Tate Modern beyond

Background imageTheatre Collection: Shakespeares Globe Theatre, Southwark, London (litho)

Shakespeares Globe Theatre, Southwark, London (litho)
7172907 Shakespeares Globe Theatre, Southwark, London (litho) by Forrest, George Topham (1872-1945); Private Collection; (add.info.: Shakespeares Globe Theatre, Southwark, London)

Background imageTheatre Collection: My Fair Lady, Adelphi Theatre, 1980 DD004008

My Fair Lady, Adelphi Theatre, 1980 DD004008
Adelphi Theatre, Strand, London. Photographed by Paul Barkshire, 2nd November 1980. Lerner and Loewes My Fair Lady, starring Tony Britton, Caroline Villiers, Peter Bayliss and Anna Neagle

Background imageTheatre Collection: Music Hall at the Metropolitan Theatre, London - Brochure

Music Hall at the Metropolitan Theatre, London - Brochure
Music Hall brochure for The Metropolitan Theatre - a West End music hall and theatre located at 267 Edgware Road, Paddington, London

Background imageTheatre Collection: Pygmalion - George Bernard Shaws play opens in 1914

Pygmalion - George Bernard Shaws play opens in 1914
Spread from The Sketch magazine showing scenes from the George Bernard Shaw play, Pygmalion, which opened at His Majestys Theatre, London on 11 April 1914

Background imageTheatre Collection: Windmill Theatre Owner Miss Sheila Van Dam watches as the curtain comes down over

Windmill Theatre Owner Miss Sheila Van Dam watches as the curtain comes down over the legs of the Windmill Girl Dancers for the last time today as the era of the famous Windmill Theatre London comes

Background imageTheatre Collection: Paganini Kings Theatre

Paganini Kings Theatre
NICCOLO PAGANINI The virtuoso violinist performing at the Kings Theatre, London, in June 1831

Background imageTheatre Collection: Alexandra Palace 24398_032

Alexandra Palace 24398_032
ALEXANDRA PALACE, Muswell Hill, London. Alexandra Palace was built in 1873 as a North London counterpart to Crystal Palace in Sydenham, South London

Background imageTheatre Collection: Globe Theatre J060051

Globe Theatre J060051
SHAKESPEAREs GLOBE THEATRE, Bankside, London. General view of the theatre with the chimney of Tate Modern beyond

Background imageTheatre Collection: Fancy Dress Ball, Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, London, 2 December 1920. Date: 1920

Fancy Dress Ball, Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, London, 2 December 1920. Date: 1920

Background imageTheatre Collection: George Walker and Ada Overton Walker in In Dahomey

George Walker and Ada Overton Walker in In Dahomey
Miss Ada Overton Walker and Mr George Walker, performing " The Tsar of Dixie" a song in the play In Dahomey at the Shaftesbury Theatre in 1903

Background imageTheatre Collection: Jackie Coogan, October 1921

Jackie Coogan, October 1921
Child actor Jackie Coogan aged six. Coogan began as a child actor in silent films after being discovered by Charlie Chaplin and at this point earned 10, 000 a year

Background imageTheatre Collection: Hackney Empire, Hackney, East London

Hackney Empire, Hackney, East London. Date: circa 1908

Background imageTheatre Collection: The Pearly King and Queen of Thornton Heath

The Pearly King and Queen of Thornton Heath
Larry Barnes (1926-2011) - Pearly King of Thornton Heath and one of Variety Theatres last specialist acts. Pictured with his Pearly Queen Maggie (1932)

Background imageTheatre Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1851 by John Tallis

Old Map of Birmingham 1851 by John Tallis
This attractive plan of mid Victorian Birmingham in the Midlands by John Tallis 1851 shows the first railways and important canal network. The work is attractively presented with eight illustrations

Background imageTheatre Collection: Madame Sarah Bernhardt as Theodora - photograph by Downey

Madame Sarah Bernhardt as Theodora - photograph by Downey
Madame Sarah Bernhardt as Theodora - photograph by Messrs Downey. Date: 1894

Background imageTheatre Collection: Camden Round House

Camden Round House
A notable example of railway architecture, the Round House - the engine house of the North-Western Railway at Camden-Town depot. Today it is a theatre. Date: 1847

Background imageTheatre Collection: Photo of The Dolly Sisters

Photo of The Dolly Sisters
Black and white photograph of popular revue stars the Dolly Sisters in the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News of 19th December 1925

Background imageTheatre Collection: Ophelia (w / c on paper)

Ophelia (w / c on paper)
PNH356907 Ophelia (w/c on paper) by Millais, John Everett (1829-96); 76.2x101.6 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Ophelia is a character in Shakespeares Hamlet who went mad)

Background imageTheatre Collection: Panorama of London, 1616 (engraving)

Panorama of London, 1616 (engraving)
XOS1448854 Panorama of London, 1616 (engraving) by Visscher, Nicolaes (Claes) Jansz (1586-1652); Private Collection; (add.info.: View of London from South bank with its Tudor theatres)

Background imageTheatre Collection: Alhambra Leicester Square CC97_00503

Alhambra Leicester Square CC97_00503
Alhambra theatre, Leicester Square, Westminster, London 1870-'82. York & Son wet collodion glass plate negative. The Alhambra in Londons Leicester Square was the brainchild of the impresario

Background imageTheatre Collection: The Dolly Sisters wearing Lucile gowns

The Dolly Sisters wearing Lucile gowns in the I Love Thou Lovest number, League of Notions, London, 1921 1921

Background imageTheatre Collection: Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting

Fred and Adele Astaire in Stop Flirting
Fred and Adele Astaire starring with Majorie Gordon in the successful show, Stop Flirting which opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London in 1923 and moved to the Queens Theatre a few months later

Background imageTheatre Collection: Judy Garland and her daughter are returning to the London Palladium for a repeat

Judy Garland and her daughter are returning to the London Palladium for a repeat performance of their gala " Judy and Liza at the Palladium"

Background imageTheatre Collection: Globe Theatre, Southwark, London, England

Globe Theatre, Southwark, London, England

Background imageTheatre Collection: Alice and the dormouse, 1887. Artist: Ernest Barraud

Alice and the dormouse, 1887. Artist: Ernest Barraud
Alice and the dormouse, 1887. A photograph from The Theatre, A Monthly Review, Volume IX, January to June, 1887, Carson & Comerford, London, 1887

Background imageTheatre Collection: Shakespeare Exhibition at Earls Court, London

Shakespeare Exhibition at Earls Court, London
Londons great attraction: what to see in Shakespeares England. How to find and identify the chief reconstructions of old Tudor buildings at Earls Court. Date: 1912



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Theatre Collection

Theatre has been an integral part of the cultural landscape in London, England for centuries, and is one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the United Kingdom, and are be found everywhere from grand West End theatres to small fringe venues, offering a wide variety of productions ranging from classic plays to modern musicals. Theatregoers can experience a range of emotions and stories through live performances, making it an exciting and unique form of art. The history and culture surrounding theatre in London is vast and varied, with many different styles being represented throughout its long history. Theatre remains a popular form of entertainment today, providing audiences with an immersive experience that cannot be replicated anywhere else.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Theatre collection from Media Storehouse offers a wide range of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring iconic theatres in London, England. Our collection showcases stunning photographs of the interiors and exteriors of some of the most famous theatres in Europe such as the Royal Opera House, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and West End theaters like Apollo Victoria Theatre. Our collection is perfect for theatre enthusiasts who want to bring a piece of history into their homes or offices. The high-quality prints are available in various sizes to suit different spaces and decor styles. From black-and-white images to colorful shots capturing the vibrancy of performances on stage - there is something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a unique gift or simply want to add some character to your walls, the Theatre collection from Media Storehouse has plenty to offer. With its extensive selection and affordable prices, it's easy to find something that will inspire your love for theatre while adding beauty to any space.
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What are Theatre (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Theatre art prints from London, England, United Kingdom and Europe are a collection of stunning artworks that capture the essence of theatrical performances. These prints showcase some of the most iconic moments in theatre history, featuring famous actors and actresses in their roles on stage. Theatre art prints are perfect for those who appreciate the beauty and drama of live performance. They make great additions to any home or office space, adding an element of sophistication and culture to your decor. Whether you're a fan of classic plays like Shakespeare's Hamlet or modern productions like The Lion King, there is sure to be a theatre art print that captures your favorite show. From black-and-white photographs to colorful illustrations, these prints offer something for every taste. Theatre art prints are a must-have for anyone who loves theatre and wants to bring a piece of it into their own home.
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What Theatre (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Theatre art prints that are available for purchase. These prints showcase some of the most iconic and memorable moments from London's rich theatrical history, including performances at world-renowned venues such as the West End and Shakespeare's Globe. From classic plays to modern productions, we have a diverse selection of Theatre art prints that capture the essence of this vibrant cultural scene. Whether you're looking for dramatic portraits of your favorite actors or stunning images of stage sets and costumes, there is something for everyone in their collection. Some popular options include vintage posters advertising shows like Les Miserables or Phantom of the Opera, as well as photographs capturing live performances by famous actors like Judi Dench or Ian McKellen. With so many choices available, you're sure to find an art print that speaks to your love for all things theatre.
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How do I buy Theatre (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To buy Theatre art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring iconic theatres and performances in London. Once you have found the print that catches your eye, simply select the size and framing options that suit your preferences. You can choose from a range of materials such as canvas or paper to create a unique look for your chosen artwork. We offer a variety of payment methods including credit card and PayPal to make purchasing easy and secure. They also provide excellent customer service to ensure that all orders are processed quickly and efficiently. Whether you're looking for a stunning piece of wall art for your home or office, or want to give someone special a gift they'll treasure forever, we have an impressive selection of Theatre art prints that will meet all your needs.
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How much do Theatre (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

The cost of Theatre art prints in London, England, United Kingdom, and Europe can vary depending on a number of factors such as the size of the print, the quality of paper used, and whether it is an original or reproduction. The price range for these prints can be quite broad with some being affordable while others may be more expensive. It's important to note that prices can also differ based on where you purchase them from. We offer a wide selection of Theatre art prints that cater to different budgets. Our collection includes various styles and sizes which makes it easy for customers to find something that suits their preferences without breaking the bank. Additionally, We provide high-quality products so customers are assured they're getting value for their money. If you're looking for Theatre art prints in London, England or anywhere else in Europe then there are plenty of options available at varying prices - just make sure you do your research before making any purchases.
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How will my Theatre (London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Theatre art prints are delivered to you in the best possible condition. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit and ensure that it arrives at your doorstep safe and sound. Your art prints will be carefully rolled up and placed inside a sturdy cardboard tube for delivery. This ensures that they remain flat and free from any creases or damage during transportation. We work with trusted courier services to deliver your order directly to your chosen address. You can track the progress of your delivery online using our tracking system, which provides real-time updates on the status of your shipment. Once you receive your Theatre art prints, we recommend unrolling them as soon as possible and laying them flat under some weight for a few hours before framing or displaying them. This will help to remove any remaining curling from being rolled up during shipping.