5 Nov 2015
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The Hunger Games theatre show coming to London

A stage production of The Hunger Games has has been rumoured since November 2014. With the recent approval of plans to build a theatre in Wembley, it’s likely the show will go ahead.

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8 Jun 2015
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Impossible Press Launch at London’s Hospital Club

I love a bit of magic! It is rare that you get the chance to be truly amazed as an adult, but after to my trip to see a sneak peak of Impossible, I was downright dumbfounded.

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30 Apr 2015
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Corinthia Hotel Artist In Residence

Now in its fourth season, the Corinthia Artists in a Residence programme today selected its 2015 winner, Emily Hall.

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17 Apr 2015
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Kenneth Branagh Season

Kenneth Branagh has announced a season of five whopping plays at the Garrick Theatre with a whole host of famous faces starring in them. Setting up his own troupe under the name of Richard Branagh Theatre Company, stars will include Cinderella co-stars Lily James and Richard Madden, Judi Dench and Rob Brydon. Branagh himself will […]

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2 Apr 2015
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Holborn Fire – London theatre performance cancellations

Following yesterday’s fire in Holborn, many shows were forced to cancel their performances due to power supply issues. This has led to thousands of disappointed theatregoers who are now seeking refunds from ticket suppliers. OfficialTheatre.com can confirm that further matinée performance cancellations occurred today. Affected customers will be contacted by ticket suppliers who can offer […]

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1 Apr 2015
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A Trip to the Chocolate Factory : A Hotel Chocolat Masterclass

was invited for a Chocolate making masterclass. This is NOT a drill….A CHOCOLATE MAKING MASTERCLASS at Hotel Chocolat followed by a trip to the tastiest show in town – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. No I hadn’t been punked, this was actual factual real life and I have to tell you it was bliss.

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20 Mar 2015
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Should You Work For Free? No Pay / Low Pay – Is It Ethical?

With an ever increasing number of jobs being advertised at low or no pay, Rebecca Felgate discusses whether it is ethical to work for little or nothing as well as what we can all do to tackle the issue.

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19 Mar 2015
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Welcome: My Theatre Mates

Saying hello is the best professional advice I can give. Luckily one person I said “hello” to last year is Terri Paddock, who has just set up a new website “My Theatre Mates” with theatre critic Mark Shenton.

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10 Mar 2015
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Les Miserables Broadway Vs London

Guest Post: West End Wilma took a trip to the Big Apple and saw one of her favourite shows, Les Miserables. Wilma discusses the changes made to the newer Broadway production compared with it’s older West End counterpart

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11 Feb 2015
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West End Show Rumours

We predict what shows will open over the next year amid a few hot rumours going around the West End!

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