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London's Theatres

London's Theatres (Paperback)

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This visually stunning celebration of London's theatres is a perfect souvenir for visitors, Londoners - or anyone with an interest in British history and architecture.In 180 exquisite cameos, "London's Theatres" captures over 50 of the best-known theatres in Central London as they are now, at the beginning of the new millennium. From the Savoy Theatre's spectacularly restored Art Deco auditorium to the Donmar Warehouse's whimsical conversion of a beer and bananas warehouse, London's rich cultural heritage is revealed from a new and dynamic perspective."London's Theatres'" specially commissioned photographs are accompanied by a fascinating history of each theatre's evolving architectural style and changing role through the centuries. The book's combination of little-known facts and anecdotes and sumptuous photographs make it the ultimate reference book to a perenially interesting subject.

Architecture & DesignArchitecturePublic buildings: civic, commercial, industrial, etcFilm, TV & DramaTheatre Publisher: New Holland Publishers Ltd Publication Date: 26/09/2008 ISBN-13: 9781847733214  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Mike Kilburn was formerly English Heritage's Inspector of Historic Buildings for the London region, during which time he gained intimate knowledge of numerous London Theatres. Now a full-time writer, he is author of many other titles on London. Alberto Arzoz specializes in architectural and cultural subjects from around the world, working with newspapers, magazines and publishers. His work has been exhibited in New York and London and regularly appears in publications such as World Architecture, Marie Claire, The Guardian and The Times.

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