The Almeida Theatre building was built in 1837 for the new Islington Literary and Scientific Society. It changed hands 50 years later and was used for meetings, balls and concerts for a short period until it was bought by The Salvation Army in 1890. It became the Theatre in 1980 and boasts an international reputation for drama.


This hand-drawn design features the Almeida Theatre building growing into a tree, with a canopy bursting from the roof. It's part of a range of theatres drawn in this style, which for me encapsulates the magic and wonder of these buildings, which are so essential to our culture in the UK and around the world.


It's printed into thick linen card and comes with a brown craft envelope.


Also sold in a pack of 10 off-west-end theatres

Almeida Theatre Abstract Architecture Treetop Card