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Description 1 CD(s) - German / Euro Techno - Label: London, FFRR - Distributor: Universal Music, Cinram Logistics - Released: 01/05/1997, 05/1997 - 42282890924 more

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Description New Holland 2002. Largehardback with dust jacket in as new condition. In 180 cameos, "London's Theatres" captures over 50 of the best-known theatres in Central London as they are at the beginning of t... more

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Excellent

Location, atmosphere, quality productions, unique.

Pricey bars and food

...'t guarantee the weather though! I think seeing a production at this theatre is a must do every summer, and if you've never been I urge that you give it a try. I was absolutely astonished to learn that is auditorium is one of the largest in London with 1,250 seats, however sitting watching a production you feel like there's not more than a few hundred. How they make it feel so small and intimate, I don...

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Super

Good ticket prices and brilliant puppetry

Was over complicated in parts

...A Reflection of the National Theatre Interpretation of "War Horse" compared to the book. This play was orignally shown in 2007 and has now returned back to the stage due to demand back at the National Theatre and is booking untill January. "War Horse" is the story of a boy's love for his horse in 1912 Somerset, who are wrenched apart by World War One. The crucial issue staging a play...

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Excellent

“Theatre on the cheap!”

published 18/10/2003

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None!

...the secrets of seeing theatre on the cheap..! ***NORMAL PRICES*** OK then ? you want to go the theatre and are not sure of the prices. Prepare to be shocked by the following prices for top seats at London?s biggest shows? Phantom of the Opera: £42.50. Les Miserables: £42.50 The Lion King: £40.00 rising to £45.00 at the weekends. We Will Rock You: £40.00 Mon-Thurs, £45.00 Fridays and £50...

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