14 Best London Theatres Musicals and Shows
One of the largest theatres in London, the Piccadilly Theatre was built in 1928. Located right behind Piccadilly Circus, the theatre is instantly recognizable by its glittering lights at night.
Theatre, dance, music and more have thrived at the Piccadilly Theatre for almost a century. After opening with Blue Eyes, Warner Brothers turned the theatre into a cinema. Al Jolson starred in The Singing Fool, the first talking picture to be shown in England. A successful production of Folly to be Wise was shown at the theatre in January 1931 after the theatre was restored to its original state in November 1929.
Seeing some brilliant Irish dancing and Christmas song singing is a delightful part of Fairytale of New York. There will be a lot of singing and clapping involved in this performance, so you’re going to need a lot of energy.