Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Poll: Should London theatre productions start later following the launch of the 24-hour Tube?

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Poll: Should London theatre productions start later following the launch of the 24-hour Tube?

As London welcomed the start of a 24-hour Tube service last week, Society of London Theatre chief executive Julian Bird said the Night Tube could allow theatres to be more flexible with their start times. This week we're asking: Should London theatre ...

Lord Rix: Caring legacy of the king of farce

named after the London theatre in which they were staged. Such was his success that in the early 1960s he became the BBC’s highest-paid actor and for three decades his comic masterpieces, which often featured Rix without trousers, packed theatres and ...

Almeida organises Relaxed Performance

For more information and to book tickets call 020 7359 4404 or email access@almeida.co.uk www.officiallondontheatre.co.uk is run by Society of London Theatre (SOLT) a not-for-profit organisation which provides a collective voice for the theatre owners ...
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Pixie Lott in denim hot pants as she leaves London theatre following Breakfast at Tiffany's - Daily Mail


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Pixie Lott in denim hot pants as she leaves London theatre following Breakfast at Tiffany's
Daily Mail
She's been showcasing all aspects of her wardrobe during her run at the Haymarket Theatre. And Pixie Lott managed to score high in the style game as she left Monday evening's Breakfast at Tiffany's performance in a preppy ensemble. Leaving the famous ...

Interview with Phil Dunster - Official London Theatre


Official London Theatre

Interview with Phil Dunster
Official London Theatre
As we eagerly await the opening night of The Entertainer, the concluding production of the Kenneth Branagh season, we caught up with 2016 Olivier Award nominee Phil Dunster to talk about his role in the play, and what it's like to be making a West End ...

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