Victorian London - Entertainment and Recreation - Theatre and Shows - Theatres - Sans Souci Theatre

SANS SOUCI THEATRE. A theatre of some distinction in the early part of the present century, built by Dibdin, the song-writer, and opened  Feb.16th, 1793. It was first erected behind Dibdin's music-shop in the Strand, ( opposite Beaufort-buildings), and afterwards removed to Leicester-square. It is now the "Hotel de Versailles."

Peter Cunningham, Hand-Book of London, 1850