Theatres including its appropriate staging type

O2 Arena
The O2 Arena, the world’s busiest arena since 2001, is a multi-purpose indoor arena located on the Greenwich peninsula in south east London.  The O2 Arena can hold up to an extravagant 23,000 people, which is why it is also one of the largest indoor arena in Europe alongside the Manchester Evening, News Arena (MEN Arena), the Lanxess Arena in Cologne and the Belgrade Arena. The O2 Arena is also able to offer an all-round stage and proscenium stage.

Hammersmith Apollo

The Hammersmith Apollo is a located in Hammersmith, London. It is an exclusive venue designed by Robert Cromie for major entertainment. It first opened as the Gaumont Palace cinema in 1932. After many changes it was finally renamed as the Hammersmith Apollo on 14th January 2009. It offers a capacity of: standing: 5,039 and sitting: 3.632 and is a proscenium stage.

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

The Globe Theatre is a theatre associated with Late William Shakespeare. After being destroyed by fire on 29th June 1613, reconstructed contemporarily it was rebuilt and opened in 1997 approximately 230 metres from the site of the original theatre.  The theatre offers a capacity of 3,000–seated and standing.

The Royal Opera House
The Royal Opera House is located in the district of Covent Garden. Being an opera house it consists of major performing arts. The Royal Opera House seats 2,268 people and consists of four tiers of boxes and balconies and the amphitheatre gallery. The Proscenium staged design is 12.20metres wide and 14.80metres high.

The Swan Theatre

The Swan Theatre in Southwark, across the River Thames from the City of London is the fourth in the series of large public playhouses of London after, James Burbage’s The Theatre (1576), and Curtain (1577), and Philip Henslowe’s Rose (1587-88).

Wembley Stadium
The Wembley Stadium is a football stadium located in Wembley, North-West of London and opened in 2007 on the site of the previous Wembley Stadium. By holding a capacity of 90,000 people it contributes as the second largest stadium in Europe and serves as England’s national stadium.

The Brewery Venue

The Brewery Venue is located in London. The Brewery has played host to many of London's most iconic events, from upscale state functions and company conferences to televised music events and discreet boardroom powwows.

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