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The Old Vic

The Performance
Powerhouse

Experience the past, present and future at one of theatre's most prestigous venues, The Old Vic.

did you know?

  • In 1880, Emma Cons, a leading Victorian social reformer, re-named the theatre as The Royal Victoria Coffee and Music Hall, banning alcohol from the premises
  • The Old Vic celebrated its 200th birthday in 2018
  • The National Theatre operated from The Old Vic theatre on its formation in 1963 under Laurence Olivier, until its new premises were constructed in South Bank in 1976

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the old vic

The Old Vic, The Cut, London SE1 8NB 

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