A Centennial Restoration: the London Coliseum

Designed by the prolific, and very talented, English theatre architect Frank Matcham (1854-1920), the London Coliseum, home of the English National Opera (ENO), first opened its doors on Christmas Eve in December 1904. One hundred years later, this important historic landmark topped with a distinctive tower and revolving globe, has been renovated by architects at The Arts Team of RHWL, a UK firm that specializes in theatre renovation. Carr & Angier served as theatre consultants, with

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