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    AVENUE Q - THEY'RE OUTTA HERE!

    Last chance to catch the naughty Avenue Q rascals in the West End

    The ever-moving puppet spectacular Avenue Q has hopped from the Noel Coward Theatre to the Gielgud, to it's current residence, the Wyndham's Theatre.  It's hugely successful four and a half year run will end on October 30th and there are currently no plans to rehouse the show in a new location.  The puppets are too darn tired!
     
    The anarchic yet feelgood musical dubbed as a risque version of Sesame Street has wowed audiences on both sides of the Atlantic picking up three Tony's on Broadway and a clutch of awards in the UK including best ensemble from whatsonstage.com.  It's unique blend of spiky characters, hummable tunes with eye-popping lyrics and raucous humour make it a one-of-a-kind show.  Make sure you say goodbye to the Blue Bad Idea Bear and Lucy The Sl*t before it's too late!

    [posted by James, 14:22, 15/07/2010]



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