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Gaiety Theatre or Gayiety Theatre, and variations may refer to theaters (or theatres) in:
- Gaiety Theatre, Ayr, a theatre in Ayr, Scotland (1871)
- Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, a theatre in Dublin, Ireland (opened 1871)
- Gaiety Theatre, London, was a musical theatre in London, UK (1864–1956, demolished)
- Gaiety Theatre, Manchester, opened 1884, demolished 1957
- Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man, an opera house and theatre in Douglas (opened 1900)
- The Gaiety Theatre, Anglesey Castle, a private theatre at Plas Newydd (Anglesey) in Wales (closed 1905)
- Gaiety Theatre, Boston (1878), Massachusetts (est. 1878), no.545 Washington St.
- Gaiety Theatre, Boston (1908), Boston, Massachusetts (1908–1949), no.661 Washington St.
- Gaiety Theatre, New York (male burlesque), a male burlesque theater in New York, New York (1976–2005, demolished)
- Gaiety Theatre (New York City), a legitimate theater in New York, New York (1908–1982, demolished)
- Gayety Theater, former name of the Byham Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- Gaiety Theatre, Zeehan, Tasmania
- Gaiety Theater, Shimla, a theater popular during British Raj when Shimla was the summer capital of India
- Gaiety Theatre, Yokohama, (1870–1923, destroyed in Kanto earthquake)
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