Broadside giving notice of different performances at the Royal Princess Theatre, Oxford Street, like Moore's tragedy of "The gamester", a William Brough piece of extravagance called "Apartments", a burlesque extravaganza entitled the "The Alhambra, or, The three beautiful princesses . The Princess's Theatre or Princess Theatre was a theatre in Oxford Street, London that opened in 1828 as the "Queen's Bazaar” and it was converted into a theatre and opened in 1836 as the Princess's Theatre, named for then Princess Victoria before her accession as queen. The theatre is best remembered for Charles Kean's Shakespeare revivals, beginning in 1849 and continuing for ten years. The theatre closed permanently in 1902 after its last success, The Fatal Wedding, and the building became a warehouse. It was demolished in 1931 and replaced by a Woolworth store, and by other stores subsequently.