The present edifice is the fourth which has occupied a site in Drury Lane.
She wanted to act in London, at a theatre called Drury Lane.
In Dublin, 1744-45, he was well received, and drew a few good houses; and thence came to Drury Lane.
An appointment was made in the greenroom of Drury Lane Theatre.
In 1702 the ordinary charge for house expenses, on the occasion of a benefit at Drury Lane, was about £34.
Even the poor pantomimist of Drury Lane felt himself his superior.
He spent his last shilling at Drury Lane, to see Garrick, who was extremely friendly to him.
This may be called the parent of Drury Lane theatre as it now stands.
Towards the close of the century, the upper gallery of Drury Lane was opened to footmen, gratis.
Parsons was at Drury Lane practically from 1762 to 1795 and Dodd from 1766 to 1796.