UK theatres store
If you liked the show and want to buy related merchandise then this is the page for you. We have selected the best UK theatre store and some good books to help you enjoy your theatre experience.
You could also use Amazon UK or Amazon US to find theatre related books, music and videos, but the Dress Circle site gives you access to unusual items and there is always help if you want to find a rare item.
Theatre Gift Vouchers
Theatre Gift Vouchers make ideal presents for birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas or any other occasion.
Theatre Gift Vouchers can be exchanged for the purchase of theatre or concert tickets.
London Theatre Direct Gift Vouchers come in multiple denominations of £10 can be redeemed for purchasing tickets for most West End shows' theatre tickets, dinner packages, River Thames cruises and London attractions, in fact anything available for sale on the London Theatre Direct website.
London Theatre Direct Gift Vouchers can be used up to one year after purchase date. Postage and packing is free of charge.
Guide books for UK theatres
If you are interested in British theatre you may be interested in some of the books included on this page. Here are some of the best recommended books:
London's TheatresHardcover 160 pages - 1 October, 2002
In 180 cameos, "London's Theatres" captures over 50 of the best-known theatres in Central London as they are at the beginning of the 21st century. 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. The specially commissioned photographs are accompanied by a history of each theatre's evolving architectural style and changing role through the centuries. The book combines little-known facts and anecdotes with a sumptuous photographic record of the theatre in London.
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The London Theatre GuidePaperback 244 pages - February 2002
The London Theatre Guide by Richard Andrews is a veritable compendium, offering an informed personal view of London theatre, which not only answers all the questions a first time visitor would ask, but can also surprise the regular theatregoer with useful and interesting facts. For the first time there is a complete guide to the London theatregoing experience, with histories and seating plans of the theatres, how to book, where to sit, and even where to eat and drink before or afterwards - plus a host of inside information about people, places and events of interest to theatregoers in a comprehensive reference section. No visitor to London's theatreland should be without one.
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