Society of London Theatre produces a range of publications and reports, including The Official London Theatre Guide, The Box Office Data Report and the Access London Theatre brochure for theatregoers with a disability.
The Official London Theatre Guide
The Official London Theatre Guide was established in 1922 and now has a nationwide circulation of 145,500. Published fortnightly, it includes listings of current productions, information on new productions, a Theatreland map and other useful information for theatregoers. It is distributed free of charge in the UK and abroad through arts, tourist and travel networks.
To enquire about distribution or advertising please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access London Theatre autumn 2014
The Access London Theatre autumn 2014 brochure lists more than 145 audio-described, captioned and sign language interpreted performances taking place in September, October, November and December 2014, ranging across children's theatre, drama, musicals and dance. It is a fantastic tool for anyone who finds it hard to see or hear everything that is taking place on stage.
To receive your free copy and to be added to our regular mailing list, please call 020 7557 6700 or email email@example.com. The brochure is available in large print, Braille and on tape or CD. To download a pdf or rich text version please visit the links below. Both files will open in a new browser window.
- Access London Theatre autumn 2014 brochure PDF format
- Access London Theatre autumn 2014 brochure Rich Text format
The Box Office Data Report
The Box Office Data Report is published annually, researched and written by Richard Andrews. It provides detailed information on attendances and audience trends for the previous year, including seasonal variations. The Box Office Data Report is essential reading for theatre investors, producers, marketing managers and box offices, as well as the academic sector.
The latest report (Box Office Data 2012) is available now priced £45 (+ postage and packing). The 2011 report is also available at the special price of £30. If you are interested in reports for previous years, please enquire.
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The Wyndham Report
The Wyndham Report (1998) was commissioned by Society of London Theatre, researched by MORI and written by Tony Travers of The London School of Economics. The brief for the report was to provide a detailed analysis of the effect of the London theatre industry on the nation's economy. The report reveals the West End theatre industry as an economic powerhouse, bolstering the UK economy with thousands of jobs and millions of pounds of tourist and industry spending, whilst creating significant tax yields and a major balance of payments surplus.
A year on from the publication of the
Wyndham Report, the Society published an update on the issues and debates that
have arisen in response to the report: After Wyndham – Key issues in London
Theatre (November 1999) in pdf format.
After Wyndham Report
The Theatre List
In order to streamline our processes and resources, we have brought The Theatre List to a close. The information published within the fortnightly publication can now easily be obtained via other channels and Official London Theatre resources.
- To see what’s on in any given time period, please use our new date-driven search facility at www.officiallondontheatre.co.uk/search
- For a guide to what’s opening and closing in the coming fortnight, please pick up your regular copy of the printed Official London Theatre guide now in its new, user-friendly booklet format.
- Please email email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help with specific press and marketing enquiries.
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