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LATEST REVIEWS . . . . A KIND OF PEOPLETHE DUCHESS OF MALFI,  RAVENSCYRANO DE BERGERACFAIRVIEWMY BRILLIANT FRIEND (Parts I and II)THE BOY FRIENDMIDNIGHT MOVIETHE WIND OF HEAVEN




WHAT'S NEW . . . . 'Tis the season for Pantos and other family shows. . . . Mark your diary - Imelda Staunton in HELLO DOLLY! next August . . . . Happy Birthday To Us! This year marks our twentieth anniversary of providing London theatre reviews online. . . . Menier's THE WATSONS and Almeida's THE DOCTOR coming to the West End . . . .  Queen's Theatre renamed Sondheim . . . . We are at last on Twitter. Follow us @theatreguidelon to be alerted to each new review . . . .


LAST CHANCES . . .
. Closing dates announced for   MASTER HAROLD December 17, TRANSLATIONS  December 18, MIDNIGHT MOVIE December 21, NOISES OFF January 4, GHOST STORIES January 4, WHITE CHRISTMAS January 4, DEATH OF A SALESMAN January 4,  MAN IN THE WHITE SUIT January 11, MEASURE FOR MEASURE  January 16, AS YOU LIKE IT January 18, TAMING OF THE SHREW January 18, CHRISTMAS CAROL January 18, A KIND OF PEOPLE  January 18, DUCHESS OF MALFI January 25, GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY February 1, MY BRILLIANT FRIEND February 22, A TASTE OF HONEY February 29, CYRANO February 29




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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
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 Top Five - Current

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

Death Of A Salesman

Hamilton


Dear Evan Hansen

Come From Away

Cyrano





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