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Around the world in SE1: 80 days director recalls her multi-cultural influences growing up

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New Vic artistic director Theresa Heskins has attracted critical acclaim for the globe-trotting zeal of her hit production of Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days, currently at London’s Cadogan Hall as part of an extensive new UK tour. She recalls how, growing up in south London, a lack of foreign travel didn’t prevent her from being influenced by all manner of far-flung cultures.

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FEATURED SHOW: Around the World in 80 Days at Cadogan Hall, ★★★★★ reviews are in

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Have you seen the raves reviews for our Featured Show, family-friendly adaptation of Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days? The New Vic Theatre production continues at London’s Cadogan Hall until 2 September as part of an extensive UK tour. A selection of some of our favourite review quotes is gathered below…

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PHOTOS & VIDEO: Around the World in 80 Days arrives in London tonight

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The New Vic Theatre’s celebrated production of Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days , adapted by Laura Eason and directed by Theresa Heskins, officially opens tonight at London’s Cadogan Hall as part of a six-month UK tour.

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THE WAR OF THE WORLDS – West End

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Wayne’s ‘World’ has been kicking about since the late 1970’s when he wrote this famous prog rock album around the same time Pink Floyd produced Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall and completely laid the genre to rest. He deserves medals, though, for still thrashing through these repetitive strains nightly on the conducting platform like a hunched and superannuated Peter Stringfellow.