Delfont Mackintosh

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Founded over 30 years ago, Sir Cameron Mackintosh’s Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Ltd owns and operates eight of the most prestigious theatres in London’s West End: the Gielgud, Noël Coward, Novello, Sondheim, Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, Victoria Palace and Wyndham’s.

Their goal is to offer audiences and artists an unparalleled theatrical experience and, through the refurbishment and conservation of our theatres, to provide an outstanding legacy for generations of theatregoers to come.

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The Delfont's incredible history

Sir Cameron Mackintosh’s Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Ltd owns (as six freeholds and two long leases) and operates eight of the most prestigious theatres in London’s West End: the Gielgud, Noël Coward, Novello, Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, Sondheim, Victoria Palace and Wyndham’s.

In the autumn of 1990, the then owner of the Prince Edward and Prince of Wales, Lord (Bernard) Delfont, asked Cameron if he might be interested in becoming the owner of two West End theatres.

At the time, the theatres were owned by First Leisure Corporation, the hugely successful public company that Bernard had created with the extraordinary property developer and arts champion, Lord (Max) Rayne. Bernard was determined that the theatres would remain in the care of someone who felt as strongly as he did about their future and in February 1991, Cameron agreed to become his partner in a new theatre company.

In July of the same year, Cameron took on the freehold of the Strand Theatre (later renaming it the Novello in recognition of the brilliant actor and composer, Ivor Novello, who lived in the flat above the theatre for 38 years) and, following completion of the sale in November 1991, Bernard and Cameron’s theatre company was renamed Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Ltd (DMT).

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Opening Night - Tickets on Sale

Sheridan Smith stars in Opening Night, the new musical featuring lyrics from Rufus Wainwright and direction by Ivo van Hove at the Gielgud Theatre

Available to 27 July 2024 St. James's

MJ the Musical - Tickets on Sale

Myles Frost brings the magic of one of history's greatest performers to the stage in the thrilling MJ the Musical at the Prince Edward Theatre

Available to 7 December 2024

Player Kings - Tickets on Sale

The legendary Ian McKellen stars as Falstaff in Player Kings, the adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry IV, live at the Noël Coward Theatre

Available to 22 June 2024 Seven Dials

Frank Skinner: 30 Years of Dirt

Back by popular demand, Frank Skinner returns to the West End with his acclaimed new stand-up show, 30 Years of Dirt, at the Gielgud Theatre

Available to 24 August 2024 St. James's

Next to Normal

The multiple Tony Award winning production of Next to Normal transfers to the West End for a limited 14 week run at Wyndham's Theatre in London

Available to 21 September 2024 Seven Dials

Dr. Strangelove

BAFTA Award winner Steve Coogan stars in the first ever adaptation of Stanley Kubrick's iconic Dr. Strangelove in London's Noël Coward Theatre!

Available from 8 October 2024 to 25 January 2025 Seven Dials

Oedipus

Book tickets for Robert Icke's Oedipus starring Mark Strong and Lesley Manville, live in London's Wyndham Theatre for a limited time only!

Available from 4 October 2024 to 4 January 2025 Seven Dials
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