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Proud of what we do... and those who help us do it. The Albany is a beautiful Art Deco theatre in the heart of Coventry, staging in-house and professional touring dance, drama, music and comedy productions.
Booked a show recently to see an amazing performance. Show was superb but the theatre needs some serious upgrades to make it more comfortable- especially the entrance and catering services
Could be great
Another great performance by the Three Spires Guildhall. I have been coming to their shows for years as my cousin is a member. As an amateur group the show is very professionally done and the dame & "idiot" son were performed brilliantly. Although it was...More
Most awful time trying to book tickets. Box office forever closed, even during there advertised opening hours.
Unable to book tickets in line. I was not the only person in my social circle trying to do so. The web site kept throwing us off the...More
First visit with my mum and 17 month of toddler I was really impressed with the customer service and we were made to feel very welcome. The performance "Guess how much I love you" was so beautiful, the theatre has a lovely ambience. The seats...More
This venue has been open a while but lack of adverting meant this was my first visit .The production was written by a local person about the First World War So it was very thought provoking .It was very good .Thus production was in the...More
I have been coming here a while as my goddaughter and her sister dance and appear in a lot of shows. The location is great and they have recently extended to open up a bar area. I was here Friday to see Half a Sixpence,...More
A group of us attended Whitney houston tribute last night. The act was great but the theatre needs work.
Not enough staff on the bar so it was chaos (show wasn't even sold out). Selection of drinks was very poor, and they ran out before...More