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Magazine on London and UK theatre productions.

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      08.02.2001 03:26
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      This is the only theatre magazine I've found for sale. As far as I know, it's on subscription only - ask at your local theatre. It's definitely available in London theatres as part of the show programmes as I discovered it when at Les Miserables in London a few months ago. The magazine definitely concentrates on London shows, which I suppose is understandable, but is a problem for those of us who live elsewhere in the country. However, I still get a lot from the articles, which can include interviews with theatre actors, restaurant reviews and a look at what theatre directors are doing. There are also some nice humorous pieces on the likes of noisy audiences and where to park in London to get to the theatre! As the magazine is owned by The Really Useful Group, you won't be surprised to learn that Andrew Lloyd Webber contributes every month by way of restaurant reviews - again, very entertaining, and useful if you're planning a trip to London and want to catch a meal and a show. The content is not too heavy. There's a good balance between plays and musicals and there's really something for everyone who's interested in the stage. The most recent edition, for example, covers The League Of Gentlemen, My Fair Lady and Art. There is always at least one special offer on theatre tickets per issue and there are some very nice competitions too. The overall look of the magazine is bright and colourful. It's perfect for Londoners who like the theatre but it's also entertaining and informative for others throughout the UK.

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