Victoria and Albert Museum

The world’s greatest museum of art and design

The Theatre and Performance collection was founded in the 1920s when a private collector, Gabrielle Enthoven, donated her extensive collection of theatrical designs, memorabilia, books and photographs to the Museum. Since then the collection has continued to grow and has provided a home for many other significant objects and archives. All areas of the live performing arts are represented in the collections, documenting both current practice and the history of the performing arts in the UK.

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Collaborators: UK Design for Performance 2003-2007

Collaborators: UK Design for Performance 2003-2007

Published to accompany the 'Collaborators' exhibition at the V&A (21 November 2007 - 18 November 2008), the catalogue of Design for Performance is…

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Event - CreateTour: Theatre & Performance Galleries

Fri 18 April 2014 20:00

FREE TOUR: Join Members of Createvoice, the V&A's youth collectives to find out more about the galleries that inspire them.

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