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WHAT'S NEW . . .
. . There's a bit of a lull in the
theatre season at the moment, with few new openings in January. Use the
opportunity for the last chances at the unusually large number of shows
closing this month and next . . . . Meanwhile, click on the booking ad above for
some special January deals, and also checkGET INTO LONDON THEATRE,
London's annual winter sale, offering deep discounts to West End and
Fringe theatres in January and February. . . . 'Tis
still the season for
Pantos and other family entertainments, with many running through January. Check our FAMILY
page for the most complete list anywhere of kid-friendly Festive Season
shows . . . .
LAST CHANCES . . . Closing
notices up for MARY
28, PETER PAN GOES WRONG January 29, DEAD
FUNNY February 4, AN INSPECTOR CALLS February 4, HALF A SIXPENCE
February 11, NICE FISH February 11, BURIED CHILD February 18, ST JOAN
February 18, ART February 18, THIS HOUSE February 26, KITE RUNNER
March 11, LOVES LABOURS LOST March 18, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
March 18, JERSEY
BOYS March 26, HALF A SIXPENCE April 22, THE CURIOUS INCIDENT June 3
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