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Theatres York

York Theatres guide - the city of York has a long history of unique shows, plays, operas, ballets and events. Many theatres have moved, refurbished or changed over the years. Here is our guide to the best threatres the city of York currently has to offer.

Joseph Rowntree Theatre York

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The Joseph Rowntree Theatre, was designed by the well-known architect Barry Parker, and built in 1935. It was then known as The Joseph Rowntree Hall, but was renamed The Joseph Rowntree Theatre in 1946. It was built at a total cost of £12,000, which was provided by the Joseph Rowntree Village Trustees.

The Grand Opera House

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Built in 1868, an Opera House since 1902 with a selection of the very best shows and touring theatre...

Theatre Royal

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Historic Theatre dating back from 1744... 

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