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Q&A: Julian Fellowes - Official London Theatre

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Q&A: Julian Fellowes - Official London Theatre


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Q&A: Julian Fellowes
Official London Theatre
What a week it's been for Julian Fellowes. The Wind In The Willows confirmed its West End run, School Of Rock opened at the New London Theatre, and the Chichester transfer of Half A Sixpence opens in just a few days. We caught up with Julian, who wrote ...

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F*ing Men to extend at The Vaults - Official London Theatre


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F*ing Men to extend at The Vaults
Official London Theatre
Following three smash-hit, sell-out runs in London and at the Edinburgh Fringe, The King's Head Theatre's specially approved new version has just three actors - Richard De Lisle, Harper James and Haydn Whiteside - play all the characters as one ...

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New Les Mis cast announced | Official London Theatre - Official London Theatre


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New Les Mis cast announced | Official London Theatre
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Now in its record breaking 32nd year, Cameron Mackintosh is delighted to announce cast changes for Les Misérables at the Queen's Theatre. From Monday 5 ...

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