Theatre Royal
 
The first theatre building on Drury Lane was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the seventeenth century, since when it has undergone several incarnations on the same site in London's Covent Garden. Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber selected us to revivify the grand old building, opening up the front of house spaces, making new connections to the teeming life of the streets outside, providing a warmer welcome for the audience, better conditions for actors and staff and upgrading technical systems. We are making subtle but important improvements to the auditorium alongside these changes. Here the issue is as much subtractive as additive - making deft, carefully targeted moves that will clear away the accumulated clutter of past centuries and once again reveal the clarity and intent of the original architecture.

 
Contract Details

Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Client: Really Useful Theatres Group
Address: Catherine Street, London
Project Manager: GVA Acuity
Structural Engineer: Conisbee
Services Engineer: Skelly & Couch
Quantity Surveyor:Gardiner & Theobald
Theatre Consultant: Charcoalblue