The Mercury Theatre’s latest home-grown show, Wind in the Willows, is perhaps their most inventive production yet thanks to a highly imaginative set concentrated around scaffolding, simple hanging lights and innovative piles of old rubbish, used as props by the multi-talented cast, who also double up as the show’s orchestra.
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Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and on the back of sold-out shows and rave reviews in Australia, Asia, USA, Canada and New Zealand, the world’s funniest and cheekiest magic show is set to take London by storm.
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Kensington Palace, 1993. She was the Diana of her day. That day has gone. But HRH Princess Margaret, the most glamorous figure of her generation, has a final chance to be of service.
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The first images have been released from the rehearsal room of Jesus Christ Superstar, due to open at at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre on 15th July.
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Bill Kenwright’s West End production of Alan Ayckbourn’s farcical tale of matrimonial mishaps, How the Other Half Loves, is moving house. The comedy, which has enjoyed huge public and critical acclaim since it opened in March, will extend its West End run, transferring from the Theatre Royal Haymarket to the Duke of York’s from 7th July to 1st October.
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