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Coming out of lockdown: Is it better to wait than to rush to open theatres & risk everything?

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Setting a timetable requires Johnson to be a clairvoyant, predicting the future way of a virus that, to be honest, is only really getting started. Yes, vaccines are being done fast (I got my first dose on Saturday), but lifting the lid on Pandora’s box too quickly — by setting a timetable for reopening — won’t benefit anyone’s mental health, if it simply exacerbates the virus and leads to the necessity to shut down again.

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NEWS: Janie Dee & Neil Pearson star in Hand to God, Full cast

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After its phenomenal run on and off Broadway, the critically acclaimed five times Tony award nominated play Hand to God (including Best New Play and Best Director) is making its way to London’s West End and will open at the Vaudeville Theatre in early 2016. Previews start on 5 February, press night is 15 February. Hand to God will feature …

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NEWS: Broadway’s Hand to God gets West End premiere at Vaudeville, 5 Feb

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New York, NY (September 9, 2015) – Producer Kevin McCollum has announced that his Tony® Award-nominated comedy Hand to God must close on Broadway on January 3, 2016 and will immediately transfer to London’s West End, with performances beginning on 5 February 2016 at the famed Vaudeville Theatre. Robert Askins’ riotous comedy opened to rave reviews on April 7, 2015 …