As the football season kicks off in earnest with the Premier League’s first round of matches, we examine the main ticketing difference between the Premier League and the West End: the season ticket.
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The producers of
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels appear to be re-positioning the show – emphasising elegance and dance and de-emphasising the comedy. Will this bring greater box office success? And what does this tell us about the state of the West End?
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Most people assume that opera is expensive: an artform inaccessible to most people.
Rigoletto and The Book of Mormon and you may be surprised.
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