Nimax Theatres

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Nimax Theatres is a theatre group owned and operated by Nica Burns, Chief Executive Officer, and Max Weitzenhoffer, Chairman.[1] In September 2005, the pair bought four of London’s playhouses: the Apollo Theatre, Garrick Theatre, Duchess Theatre and Lyric Theatre from Andrew Lloyd Webber.[2]

Max Weitzenhoffer had owned the Vaudeville Theatre since January 2001 and in September 2005 the Vaudeville was brought into the newly formed company Nimax Theatres Limited. In April 2012, Nimax purchased the Palace Theatre.[3]


The group owns and operates six West End theatres:


  1. ^ "About". Retrieved 9 January 2017. 
  2. ^ Article about the purchase of the four Nimax venues from Andrew Lloyd Webber.
  3. ^ Andrew Gans (11 April 2012). "Andrew Lloyd Webber Sells London's Palace Theatre". Playbill. Retrieved 2012-04-11. 

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