The Savoy was the first theatre in London to be fitted with electric lights. Sadly, any evidence of the original electrics was lost in 1990 when the theatre’s entire interior was gutted by fire. Fully restored by 1993, the Savoy Theatre has gone on to pay tribute to its long history by hosting Gilbert and Sullivan operettas (‘Pirates of Penzance’) as well as musicals (Rodger and Hammerstein’s ‘Carousel’) and comedies.
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