The four tiers of Theatre Royal Haymarket seat 888 people, offering superb views of the stage at what is London’s third oldest functional playhouse. Originally built just a little further North of its current location on Suffolk Street, the Theatre Royal Haymarket dates back to 1720, but has stood on its current grounds since 1821, when it was rebuilt according to the design of John Nash, the creator of other famous buildings including the Brighton Pavillion. A Grade I listed building owned by the Crown Estate, the theatre had the honour of hosting the first ever matinee performance, a custom now considered a staple of any good theatre, as well as the debuts of famous actors including Robert William Elliston and John Liston.
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