French’s Theatre Bookshop

French’s Theatre Bookshop

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52 Fitzroy St., London, England W1T 5JR, United Kingdom

Theatre aficionados flock to this Fitzrovia bookshop, which is known for carrying an unmatched inventory of theatre and performance-focused literature, including titles on acting, criticism, audition material, theatre history, and print editions of some of the world’s most popular, as well as lesser known, plays. In addition, French’s has a wide selection of theatre magazines, DVDs of theatrical performances, and speech CDs. With its extensive selection and knowledgable staff, French’s has become the premier destination for shoppers searching for theatre-related literature and merchandise in London.

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