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Where Is Peter Rabbit? – Theatre Royal, Haymarket

Devised by Roger Glossop, based on the tales of Beatrix Potter Music: Steven Edis Lyrics: Alan Ayckbourn Director: Sheila Carter Reviewer: David Guest More than 100 years since Beatrix Potter first told the tale of Peter Rabbit in book form the enchanting stories still have mass appeal with toys, ballet, animation and more keeping the characters alive. Now, an extraordinary ...

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NEWS: We Will Rock You to close in West End after 4600 performances

Having rocked over 6.5 million people in a record-breaking 12 years at the London’s Dominion Theatre, the smash hit Queen &Ben Elton musical We Will Rock You is due finally to close on 31 May 2014. Now the longest running show ever at the Dominion by a margin of nine years, the show takes its rightful place in West End ...

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NEWS: Cast announced for UK tour of Rod Stewart’s Tonight’s the Night

Tonight’s The Night, the smash hit musical comedy inspired by the songs of Rod Stewart is to launch a major new tour in January 2014 starring Jade Ewen. The all-singing, all-dancing feel-good show premiered in the West End in 2003 and went on to play sold-out theatres across the UK. With a book by multi award-winning writer and comedian Ben ...

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NEWS: Rowan Atkinson to headline Royal Free Rocks with Laughter

The heart of the West End will be filled with laughter as Rowan Atkinson, Jo Brand, Julian Clary, Harry Enfield, Harry Hill, The League of Gentlemen, Matt Lucas, Lee Mack, Mitchell &Webb, Tim Vine, Paul Whitehouse and a host of other celebrities will come together at The Adelphi Theatre to raise funds for The Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead’s new ...

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James Acaster: Lawnmower – Pleasance Courtyard Edinburgh

Reviewer:Lucy Danser [rating:4.0] There’s no one on the circuit quite like James Acaster. With a persona and material that borders on the bizarre but never crosses into incomprehensibly surreal he manages to be both different and accessible. Though he seemed surprised to see under 18’s at this performance of Lawnmower, the truth is that Acaster, thanks to the fact he ...

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