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Olympic Countdown: 95 Days To The Olympics - 58 Days to The Chariots Of Fire

Waiting for the Olympics Games 2012 to kick off on 27th July?  Book a fantastic discount ticket offer for Chariots Of Fire booking from 22 June at the Gielgud Theatre and attend the 1924 Olympic Games first!

Directed by Edward Hall, Artistic Director at the Hampstead Theatre, Chariots Of Fire will transfer to the West End thereafter.  The premiere at the Hampstead Theatre will be the first time that Chariots Of Fire has been staged.  Adapted by Mike Bartlett from the 1981 Oscar winning film by Colin Welland, the production promises to be an impressive experience with the theatre, designed by Miriam Buether, transformed into a stadium that evokes the 1924 Paris Olympics.

Mike Bartlett has also written Earthquakes in London for Headlong Theatre, 13 for the National, Love, Love, Love for Paines Plough, the Olivier Award Winning Cock, Contractions and My Child at the Royal Court and Artefacts at the Bush.

Get into the spirit of the Olympics 2012 and book your Chariots Of Fire tickets online now!

[posted by Louise, 23/04/2012]



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