Greenwich Playhouse

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Greenwich Playhouse
On opening: Greenwich Studio Theatre; 1995: The Prince Theatre
AddressGreenwich High Road
Greenwich, London
Coordinates51°28′41″N 0°00′54″W / 51.478106°N 0.014903°W / 51.478106; -0.014903Coordinates: 51°28′41″N 0°00′54″W / 51.478106°N 0.014903°W / 51.478106; -0.014903
TypeStudio theatre
Capacity84 seated

The Greenwich Playhouse was an 84-seat studio theatre in the central Greenwich district of the Royal Borough of Greenwich which opened in 1990 and closed in 2012.[1]

It was situated above and had its entrance within the St. Christopher’s Inn pub, situated on the east side of the forecourt of Greenwich station.[2]

In December 1995, the Galleon Theatre Company became the resident company at the theatre (at that time na#ed the Prince Theatre). Galleon was a touring company founded in 1988 by Alice de Sousa and Bruce Jamieson. In September 1998, the theatre closed, but was revived after a campaign to save it and re-opened with new facilities on 30 May 2000.

In January 2012 the Greenwich Playhouse's closure as a producing theatre was again announced, coming into effect in April 2012.[3]

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  3. ^ Woolman, Natalie (18 January 2012). "Greenwich Playhouse company to go". The Stage. Retrieved 19 January 2012.

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