|London: Garrick Theatre|
Country: England, United Kingdom
City: London WC2
Location: 2, Charing Cross Road (back to back with Duke of York's Theatre)
Built 1889 by Walter Emden with C. J. Phipps for W. S. Gilbert. Named in honour of the English actor, producer, dramatist, and poet, David Garrick (1717-1779). Opened 24 Apr 1889 with the play "The Profligate". Originally 807 seats, today 700 seats.
Picture: left: Garrick Theatre, in the background: St Martin-in-the-Fields|
Front Text: "Garrick Theatre, London"
Publisher: E. F. A. London Theatre Series; No. 1004
Type: Divided Back
Front Text: "The Garrick Theatre, London", signs: "Garrick Theatre", "Garrick", "For A Season - Frankie Howerd - At His Tittermost!", signed: "N. Charlesworth 1990"|
Reverse Text: Drawn by Nicholas Charlesworth
Publisher: The Badger Press, Westbury; Vaudeville Postcards
For another picture of this theatre, see London: "The Theatres of London".
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