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An American in Paris
17 Jan
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Phil Willmott

Rehearsals begin for AN AMERICAN IN PARIS

An American in Paris One of the most life enhancing shows I've ever seen on Broadway is the Gershwin musical AN AMERICAN IN PARIS and I'm delighted to report that rehearsals have begun for The West End production.

The plot is described in today's official press release as the story of "Jerry Mulligan is an American GI striving to make it as a painter in a city suddenly bursting with hope and possibility. Following a chance encounter with a beautiful young dancer named Lise, the streets of Paris become the backdrop to a sensuous, modern romance of art, friendship and love in the aftermath of war"

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09 Jan
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Phil Willmott

Celebrating the West End’s Longest Running Musicals of all Time. Part 4

The fourth and final part of our “at a glance” celebration of the twenty longest running West End musicals of all time.
Read part 3 here.

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09 Jan
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Phil Willmott

Celebrating the West End’s Longest Running Musicals of all Time. Part 3

Part three of our at a glance celebration of the twenty longest running West End musicals of all time.
Read part 2 here.

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09 Jan
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Phil Willmott

Celebrating the West End’s Longest Running Musicals of all Time. Part 2

Part two of our “at a glance” celebration of the twenty longest running West End musicals of all time.
Read part 1 here.

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09 Jan
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Phil Willmott

Celebrating the West End’s Longest Running Musicals of all Time. Part 1

THRILLER LIVE, the West Ends high energy, feel good celebration of all things Michael Jackson have just sent out a press release marking the fact that they’re now the 16th longest running musical in West End history (as at Sunday 18 December, 2016).

Looking down the chart it’s surprising the number of other great shows that are still with us. Here’s an “at a glance” guide to which of them you can still enjoy and why they’re still thrilling audiences, and which we may see again.

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