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WHAT'S NEW . . . . .  KIDS WEEK, actually all of August, offers free tickets, discounts, family packs and more to London theatres from West End to Fringe. CLICK HERE for details. . . . Also for kids, several West End theatres with regular shows in the evenings have other kid-friendly shows in the afternoon or even morning - CLICK HERE for a list . . . . .August also brings the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe - CLICK HERE for our preview . . . . And for those not heading north, August also brings the Camden Fringe, lots of short-run shows all around London. CLICK HERE for the programme. . . . RSC's Roman plays season coming to London in November . . . . We are at last on Twitter. Follow us @theatreguidelon to be alerted to each new review . . . .  


LAST CHANCES . . .
. Closing dates announced for  BEAUTIFUL August 5, COMMON August 5, INK August 5, COMMITTEE August 12, BODIES August 12, THE TEMPEST August 18, ANGELS IN AMERICA August 19, BAT OUT OF HELL August 22, THE KITE RUNNER August 26, HAMLET September 2,THE MENTOR September 2,  HALF A SIXPENCE September 2, LADY DAY September 9, WIND IN THE WILLOWS September 9, QUEEN ANNE September 30, THE FERRYMAN October 7




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Top Five - Classic

If you haven't seen them yet, we suggest you begin your London theatre experience with these classics

Phantom of the Opera

Les Miserables

Matilda

Mamma Mia

Wicked

 Top Five - Current

Here are the more-recently opened shows we've liked the most.

School of Rock

42nd Street

The Ferryman

Committee

Bat Out Of Hell




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