Mayflower Theatre Ltd
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The Mayflower is the biggest theatre on the south coast with just over 2,270 seats in their auditorium. They have a diverse range of shows and present a mixture of spectacular touring productions, from musicals - many direct from the West End – to dance, opera, drama, ballet and comedy. We’ve seen…
The show some of London’s top shows here in Southampton’s Mayflower Theatre.
Musicals, opera, ballet and names from music and comedy at 1928 theatre with a restaurant.
Only a 5 minute walk away is the excellent Mayflower theatre showing concerts and top West End shows.
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