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the producers believe that more tickets could be sold in London. But first, more places need to originate shows in and transfer of existing shows. It is difficult (and very expensive) to rent and to bring the West End theatre, in a Hit - whether it's from a non-commercial London theatre, or Manchester, or Paris .Dino Fetscher and Daisy Boulton in Torch Song , which is the Turbine, to play the opening
in Part, this is what is behind The Boom in the London theatre construction.
But there is another factor. Real estate project developer with a commercial interest in London's rapidly changing skyline, find Theater useful. It punters draws to promoted areas is desirable, new places to shop or eat or even buy a house.
Tristan Baker is the co-founder of the Troubadour Theater, which has opened up two great New Theatre spaces in London. It is on a part of the former BBC site on the White City and The Other on the old Fountain Studios in Wembley.
In both cases, there are two auditoriums with up to 2000 seats. Each area is planned with an extensive refurbishment, and finally to the Theater to Come down.
"But The Buildings are 97% recyclable," Baker points out. "They are built to a high specification and they have great facilities for the professionals and for The Public . But whether it's 18 months or five years, we can move The Building elsewhere. This is what happens in King's Cross, where it all began. "
Troubadour production arm Runaway staged Live Versions of The Railway Children at Waterloo Station And Then at King's Cross, including a full-size steam train. This led to the construction of New Theatre in King's Cross for the David Bowie musical Lazarus, to house the Donmar, Shakespeare productions, and for the Lin-Manuel Miranda's show In the height.An artist's impression of how The Boulevard theatre will be
"It proved we could build large, comfortable theatres, which are far More Than pop-ups, But will probably not be permanent. You are hiring cost-effective for the producers than a Prime West End location.
"We were approached by the developers Quintain, who asked whether we can Do Something similar to your giant regeneration site in Wembley Park. And another mega-developer Stanhope had similar ideas for the White City . "
Baker says the Troubadour now has theatres in his eye to build on other sites. "I'm not going to say where, But it's not just a London thing. There are sites around the UK, where the developers will see the theatre as a real place-maker, the promotion of a point of the profile.
"the traffic is always crucial: both of our current locations in London have good access to rail and tube. But outside of London, it could be a place where people would be happy to drive for half an hour or even more, to get there.
"But What Counts is the content. In London the majority of people is not what matters at the Gielgud Theatre , you want to know where The Good shows are. So, what we are saying is build it, they will Come . "
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are: just behind the Gielgud, the formerly shabby lane Walker's Court, long the home of Raymond is Revue bar. But Soho is changing, and starting in October, the new 165-seat Boulevard theatre in the area, the progress up-market.
of The same name was used in the 1970s and ' 80s for a Theater almost on the same site. But Rachel Edwards, the New Theatre 's artistic Director, says of the impressive new building is enormously ambitious, both technically and artistically. It is part of a major upgrade to the area will cost around £40m.
the opening of The show is the London premiere of the musical Ghost Quartet . Edwards says she knew at once that the place would be perfect for the small-scale musicals, But she is also Looking Forward to the programming of a late-night concerts and comedy events.The theatre took its name from the nearby former Battersea Power Station
"I think when you open a new room like this in The Middle of Soho, which they have to deal, inevitably, with a variety of audiences. We have a great new bar and lure a restaurant people: I always think the people want the Theater building, which is an event in itself. "
Russell Potter of the architects of Soda was given in order to live the new Theater. "It is to rotate an architectural, what is the whole theatre floor means switch can configurations within minutes between seven different. And The Balcony is spinning separately.
"That's great for productions. But financially you need to be able to use the theatre in a different way. Maybe it's a conference, in The Morning , then the main show in the Evening and a cabaret event, late in the night. It really is not something London had in a great location.
"Soho is The Most vibrant area in London, And One of its strengths is, it may surprise you. Therefore, one of our goals was that The Boulevard should do the same: if you Come , you don't know what will look like the set-up.
Edwards says that Some West End venues provide a bad experience. "It can be, for example, sitting in a somewhat uncomfortable seat and have to pay £8 for a glass of warm Chardonnay. But I think, as new venues open, the ticket-to expect the buyer to go necessarily, more of your Evening . "
Paul Taylor-Mills has just the 200-seat Turbine Theater, part of another huge new development in London at the old Battersea Power Station site opened. The range of the transformation is remarkable: there is even a New Pier to get the visitors into the centre of London by boat in 15 Minutes . Finally, there is a new extension of the Northern Line .Ashcroft-game house is in the Fairfield Halls
"We referred to it as the Turbine part, because we define ourselves by the old power plant. But as artistic Director I would like to made it a home for the generation of new ideas and for existing games in exciting new ways. We begin the revival of Harvey Fierstein gay classic Torch Song . We Fetscher have a great Director in Drew Mconie and a cast that includes Matthew Needham and Dino . '
Taylor-Mills has raised from the developers to discuss a theatre of operation is suitable to cover a surface area of up-market, bars and restaurants. "It is a part of what must be a new quarter of London. Obviously, you are thrilled to see an additional 200 customers per Evening , to eat and to drink. And it gives us the chance to create an important space, from the ground up in a place full of character.
"Look at The Role that theatre played in The King 's Cross development, I was involved with In the Heights . It was only in 2015, and people said the audience would not go to this strange area behind a train station. Now every night it is buzzing.
"Around London, in the traditional Theater district and beyond, things change. Things like the Turbine are just the beginning. "