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News for December 2012

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Sunday 23 December 2012

Nominate London Theatre Direct for a STAR/SOBOM award!

Exciting! - Miss Saigon IS coming back to the West End!

Miss Saigon Thursday 20 December 2012

Followers on our Twitter and Facebook pages will know already of our love for the musical Miss Saigon, which frequently tops our polls as to which show is overdue a West End return.    In a recent interview with The Philippine Star to promote the upcoming big-screen version of Les Miserables, the show's original producer Cameron Mackintosh has confirmed that plans are already underway to bring the much-loved show back to London.

Charles Dickens' Great Expectations to open at Vaudeville Theatre

Great Expectations Tuesday 18 December 2012

After a successful UK tour, Great Expectations is coming to the Vaudeville Theatre.

Exclusive Q & A with Robin Windsor and Kristina Rihanoff

Burn The Floor Monday 17 December 2012

Read on for the exclusive Q & A with Robin Windsor and Kristina Rihanoff.

Christmas Crackers at The Peacock Theatre

The Snowman Thursday 13 December 2012

See The Snowman and Tango Fire this Christmas!

James Mcavoy confirmed to play Macbeth at Trafalgar Studios

Macbeth Friday 07 December 2012

BAFTA winning and Golden Globe nominated actor James McAvoy will star in Shakespeare’s Macbeth at Trafalgar Studios.

New cast for One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors Friday 07 December 2012

From 4 February 2013 a new cast will perform in Nicholas Hytner’s  One Man, Two Guvnors at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Final weeks for A Chorus Of Disapproval

A Chorus of Disapproval Monday 03 December 2012

Last few weeks for Trevor Nunn's revilval of Alan Ayckbourne's classic at the Harold Pinter Theatre.

Kim Cattrall To Star At The Old Vic

Sweet Bird Of Youth Monday 03 December 2012

Kim Cattrall will take to the Old Vic stage next year playing a fading Hollywood star in a revival of Tennessee Williams' Sweet Bird Of Youth.

 

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