Majesty's Theatre Majesty's
The theatre has a tradition, which extends over several buildings and renaming. Originally built by the architect John Vanbrugh, became it to 9. April 1705 as Queen's Theatre opens. After the throne follow-up of George I. in the year 1714 the name was adapted as King's Theatre. Here most operas George Friedrich of trade uraufgeführt, particularly during the time of the opera academy 1719 to 1728, for also Giovanni Battista Bononcini and Attilio Ariosti composed. Johann Jacob Heidegger as a commercial director brought also mask balls on the stage.
1789 were destroyed the building with a fire. A new building sketched by Michael Novosielski in March 1791 one inaugurated. 1837 were introduced ago the name Majesty's Theatre, which was changed later with male rulers in His Majesty's Theatre. After a renewed fire in December 1867 and reconstruction by Charles Lee was finally torn off the theatre. The today's building was sketched by Charles John Phipps and to 28. April 1897 opens. Today it is used mainly for musical performances.
Since that 9. October 1986 is specified daily “phantom of the opera “.