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Which theatre in Covent Garden, London, was founded in 1663, destroyed by fire in 1672 and 1809, used as a base.........

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Which theatre in Covent Garden, London, was founded in 1663, destroyed by fire in 1672 and 1809, used as a base for ENSA during World War II and reopened as a theatre in 1946?

posted Jan 10 by Mishthy Mukherjee

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Drury Lane

answer 6 days ago by Anuradha Tabyal
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