Thu 19 Feb 2015
Lee Whitelock, Director
We Know Waterloo
The 192 year old ‘Old Vic’ Theatre was originally called the Royal Coburg. Considered a ‘minor theatre’, it was technically forbidden to show serious drama. First re-named The Royal Victoria, then in 1871 The New Victoria, in 1998, the Old Vic was put on the market with suggestions for changing it into a pub, a bingo hall or even a lap dancing club. Finally, it was acquired by the Old Vic Theatre Trust 2000, under the artistic direction of Kevin Spacey. From what Charles Kingsley described in the 1850’s as “a licensed pit of darkness, a trap of temptation, profligacy and ruin” it has become synonymous with the greatest acting talent that Britain has ever produced.
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