A sense of wonder

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Fox Theatre, Detroit

Fancy catching a musical or a play in real style? Tony Clayton-Lea presents a guide to the most ornate and atmospheric theatres on the planet

It’s happened to all of us, let’s be honest. You’re sitting (perhaps not too comfortably) in a theatre, waiting for the curtains to rise, irritably standing up every time someone wants to get to their seat. Yet when you look around or upwards, a certain level of wonder creeps in – the theatre may be staging a production you may not really want to see, but you can’t deny how amazing the surroundings are. The theatre has character, personality, identity and, just as importantly, history.

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