Georgian Theatre Royal Richmond
Victoria Road / Richmond

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About The Venue
The Georgian Theatre in Richmond, North Yorkshire has been authoritatively described as the most important theatre in the development of the English playhouse. It is listed Grade I and built of rubblestone sandstone with a graded stone slate roof, originally pegged with sheep bones. The building's physical massing and impact on the streetscape is relatively low key, and its external appearance is non-specific, providing no true indication of its function. Simply styled in the local vernacular, it blends with the many late 18th century buildings in the centre of town. Whats On

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