Aldwych Theatre Box Office

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Aldwych Theatre

Address: Aldwych Theatre, 49 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DF

Directions: (10mins) Head out onto the main road Strand. Cross street where possible and go right. When you reach the fork, veer left onto Aldwych.

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Wolf Hall

Wolf Hall

Hilary Mantel?s prize-winning novels about the rise of Thomas Cromwell through the ranks of British poiltics to the right hand of Henry VIII have been hailed as a landmark in British culture. Mike Poulton?s thrilling stage adaptations, directed by Jeremy Herrin and enthusiastically supported by Mantel herself, opened to rave reviews in Stratford-upon-Avon. Now these 'rich and riveting' (Mail on Sunday) plays of power, passion and politics in Henry's court transfer to the Aldwych Theatre for a strictly limited London season. Wolf Hall is the first part of Mantel's Cromwell series (she's presently working on the third) and its events directly precede those of Bring Up The Bodies.

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Dance 'til Dawn

Dance 'til Dawn

Fresh from wowing audiences across the country with Midnight Tango, Strictly Come Dancing favourites Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace bring you their sensational new production Dance 'Til Dawn, a show straight from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Get ready for an unforgettable evening of timeless sophistication and world class dance, with stunning sets, glamorous costumes and a full live band performing iconic numbers including Feeling Good, Moon River and Stand By Me.

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Bring Up The Bodies

Bring Up The Bodies

Hilary Mantel?s prize-winning novels about the rise of Thomas Cromwell through the ranks of British poiltics to the right hand of Henry VIII have been hailed as a landmark in British culture. Mike Poulton?s thrilling stage adaptations, directed by Jeremy Herrin and enthusiastically supported by Mantel herself, opened to rave reviews in Stratford-upon-Avon. Now these 'rich and riveting' (Mail on Sunday) plays of power, passion and politics in Henry's court transfer to the Aldwych Theatre for a strictly limited London season.

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