Duke of York's Theatre, London
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Upcoming shows at the Duke of York's Theatre:
For one night only, some of our finest West End musical theatre stars will be performing songs from roles they have always wanted to sing but will never be cast in.
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Current shows at the Duke of York's Theatre:
Join Stephen Mangan as the effervescent, aristocratic fool Bertie Wooster and Matthew Macfadyen as his dutiful valet Jeeves in the world premiere of this new stage play, featuring P.G. Wodehouse’s iconic double act.
Jeeves and Wooster tickets
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The Duke of York’s is a stunning building with delicate arches and decorative columns, built for Frank Wyatt and his wife Violet Melnotte and opening for business in 1892 as the Trafalgar Square. In 1894 its name changed to the Trafalgar and a year later it was re-christened the Duke of York's in honour of King George V. Over the years it has featured top class ballets, earning a name as the theatre that brought ballet to fame in Britain. In the late ‘70s Capital Radio bought the freehold and 1979 saw it shut for refurbishment. In 1980 it re-opened with Rose, starring Glenda Jackson. Al Pacino won awards there for his performance in American Buffalo, Richard Harris' comedy Stepping Out created a stir, as did Willy Russell's ever-popular play Shirley Valentine. The Ambassador Theatre Group bought the venue in 1992 and it has thrived ever since, with shows like The Holy Terror, Dirty Blonde, The Dresser and Hedda Gabler. Want Duke of York’s Theatre tickets? You’ve landed in the right place…