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Latest Show News


The National Theatre's production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time has extended its booking period to 18 February 2017.

From 20 June 2016 the cast will include Joseph Ayre, who will make his West End debut in the lead role of Christopher Boone. He will be joined by Jo Castleton as Sioh... Read More

The multi-Olivier award-winning hit British musical Sunny Afternoon will conclude its London run at the end of its current booking period on 29 October this year, after more than two years in the West End. The production will begin a national tour on 19 August in Manchester.

The hit show tells the story of the early life of Ray Da... Read More


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