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NEWS: Rob Houchen & Celinde Schoenmaker join the cast of The Light in the Piazza London premiere at the South Bank

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Joining Renée Fleming and Dove Cameron in the London debut of the acclaimed Broadway musical The Light in the Piazza at London’s Royal Festival Hall will be Rob Houchen, Celinde Schoenmaker, Liam Tamne, Malcolm Sinclair and Olivier-nominated international soprano Marie McLaughlin.

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NEWS: Renee Fleming & Dove Cameron will star in the London premiere of Broadway musical The Light in the Piazza

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In the summer of 2019 much-acclaimed opera singer and soprano Renée Fleming and film and TV actress Dove Cameron will star in the London premiere production of Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel’s Broadway musical The Light in the Piazza, directed by Daniel Evans.

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NEWS: Martin Kemp stars in Million Dollar Quartet for London Xmas dates

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MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET, the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical and West End hit, today reveals casting for the red-hot rock ‘n’ roll extravaganza which appears at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall. The show plays a limited season starring Martin Kemp from Saturday 17 December 2016 to Monday 2 January 2017.

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TICKETS: Today’s top #MatesChoice deal is … Slava’s Snowshow

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Today’s #MatesChoice ticket recommendation: Slava’s Snowshow… Still going strong after touring the world for over 20 years, the Tony and Olivier award-winning hit created by Russian clown Slava Polunin returns to Royal Festival Hall for another limited Christmas season until 3 January 2016.

OF THEE I SING – Royal Festival Hall

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All credit to Elliot Davis, Senbla and the genius of casting director Anne Vosser too, for assembling such a platinum plated cast to perform the little known Of Thee I Sing. But whilst this one-night-only’s company was majestic, the show itself plumbs the crassest depths of jingoistic prejudice, sexism and febrile farce. Quite how it won the 1932 Pulitzer Prize (the first musical ever to do so) beggars belief.