Group    From 1884 

Theatre Royal Stratford East

Categories: Theatre

designed by architect James George Buckle in 1884. From WW1 onwards it endured periods of closure until Joan LIttlewood arrived with her Theatre Workshop Company in 1953. The image shows the theatre in 1963, and confirms that, even then, the front looked more like the back.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Theatre Royal Stratford East

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Joan Littlewood - Stratford plaque

Joan Littlewood, 1914 - 2002, theatre director. The sculpture by Philip Jacks...

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St Martin's Theatre

St Martin's Theatre

Designed by Sprague, this theatre is one of a pair (the other being the Ambassadors next door) commissioned by Richard Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke, an aristocrat and politician with an interest...

Group, Theatre

1 memorial
Michael Sheen

Michael Sheen

Actor. Born Michael Christopher Sheen in Newport, Wales. After training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, he made his stage debut in 1991 playing opposite Vanessa Redgrave in 'When She Danced'....

Person, Cinema, Theatre, TV & Radio, Wales

1 memorial
Shepherd's Bush Empire

Shepherd's Bush Empire

Theatre. Built for impresario Oswald Stoll and designed by Frank Matcham. Amongst its first performers were the Fred Karno troupe featuring Charlie Chaplin. When the appeal of variety shows began t...

Building, Architecture, Theatre

1 memorial
Lord Miles

Lord Miles

Actor and theatre manager. Born Bernard James Miles at 1 Poplar Terrace, New Road, Hillingdon. He started acting in the 1930s appearing in many of the patriotic films of World War II, and specialis...

Person, Cinema, Theatre

1 memorial
Charles Coborn

Charles Coborn

Music hall entertainer and songwriter. Born Colin Whitton McCallum at 25 Sydney Square, Mile End. Best known for the songs 'Two Lovely Black Eyes' and 'The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo'.  ...

Person, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial