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“British theatres”
“The Phantom of
the Opera”
The first theatre in England "The
Blackfries“ was built in 1576, and
"The Globe" was built in 1599, which
is closely connected with William
Shakespeare. Speaking about our
times we should first of all mention
"The English National theatre", "The
Royal Shakespeare Company", “Old
Vic”, and "Covent Garden", “Her
Majesty’s Theatre”.
The first "Covent Garden theatre" was built in 1732.
It was burnt down in 1808 and was rebuilt exactly a year after.
It opened in September 1809, with Shakespeare’s "Macbeth".
Since the middle of the last century
"Covent Garden" became exclusively
devoted to opera.
 Now "Covent Garden" in busier than
ever, it is one of the few well-known
opera houses open for 11 months of
the year and it employs over 600
people both of the Opera company
and the Royal Ballet.
“The Phantom of the Opera”
“The Phantom of the Opera”
Marvelous
Settings are
beautiful
Costumes are brilliant
Exciting
Singing is professional
Actors’ playing is wonderful and realistic
Splendid