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The Royal Shakespeare Theatreopened in Stratford-upon-Avon in From its formation inthe United Kingdom has had a vibrant tradition of theatre, much of it inherited from England and Scotland. The West End is the main theatre district in the UK. Opened inthe Theatre Royal at the Bristol Old Vic is the oldest continually-operating theatre in the English speaking world.
Their Victorian era comic operas introduced innovations in content and form that directly influenced the development of musical theatre through the 20th century.
Popular entertainment became more important in this period than ever before, with fair-booth burlesque and mixed forms that are the ancestors of the English music hall. These forms flourished at the expense of other forms of English drama, which went into a long period of decline.
By the early 19th century it was no longer represented by stage plays at all, but by the closet dramaplays written to be privately read in a "closet" a small domestic room. The highest accolade in British theatre, the Olivier Awardsare named after him.
Ina critic using the pseudonym "Dramaticus" published a pamphlet  describing the parlous state of British theatre. Production of serious plays was restricted to the patent theatresand new plays were subject to censorship by the Lord Chamberlain's Office.
At the same time, there was a burgeoning theatre sector featuring a diet of low melodrama and musical burlesque ; but critics described British theatre as driven by commercialism and a "star" system.
A change came in the late 19th century with the plays on the London stage by the Irishmen George Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wildewho influenced domestic English drama and revitalised it. Gilbert and composer Arthur Sullivannurtured their collaboration, and had their first success with Trial by Jury.
Among Gilbert and Sullivan 's best known comic operas are H. Carte built the West End's Savoy Theatre in to present their joint works, and through the inventor of electric light Sir Joseph Swanthe Savoy was the first theatre, and the first public building in the world, to be lit entirely by electricity.
The performing arts theatre Sadler's Wellsunder Lilian Baylisnurtured talent that led to the development of an opera company, which became the English National Opera ENO ; a theatre company, which evolved into the National Theatre; and a ballet company, which eventually became the English Royal Ballet.
The National Theatre's largest auditorium is named after Olivier, and he is commemorated in the Laurence Olivier Awardsgiven annually by the Society of London Theatre. Lionel Bart 's musical Oliver! In Julya board was set up to supervise construction of a National Theatre in London, and a separate board was constituted to run a National Theatre Company and lease the Old Vic theatre.
A National Theatre of Scotland was set up in Freddie Mercury statue at the West End's Dominion Theatre where Queen and Ben Elton 's musical We Will Rock You was performed from to A prolific composer of musical theatre in the 20th century, Andrew Lloyd Webber has been referred to as "the most commercially successful composer in history".
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