Definition of Sadler's Wells Theatre in English:

Sadler's Wells Theatre

Line breaks: Sadler's Wells The¦atre
Pronunciation: /ˈsadləz
 
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  • A London theatre opened by Lilian Baylis in 1931, known for its ballet and opera companies.

Origin

named after Thomas Sadler, who discovered a medicinal spring at the original site in 1683.

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