The Theatre Royal Drury Lane has just undergone a huge refurbishment project, which took two years to complete.
The refurbishment, which has cost an approximate £60million, includes specially commissioned artwork and a historic restoration of some of the theatre’s 19th-century adornments.
As well as retaining and restoring much of the period features already in the building, new bars, restaurants and an afternoon tea will open.
The final show of 42nd Street, the theatre’s last show, took place in January 2019 and the theatre has remained closed since.
According to the theatre’s owner, Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber, a previous owner playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan went bankrupt over the restoration of the theatre after it burned down in 1809.