Wallace & Gromit’s Musical Marvels

Hard to believe it’s been 30 cracking years since that loveable double act, Wallace & Gromit first graced our screens and quickly gathered a cracking following of fans of all ages. They’re one of my favourite animated duos of all time, in fact my little family and I met Gromit at Blackpool Pleasure Beach last year! Are you a fan of Wallace and Gromit too? If so, read on!

Carrot Productions team up with Aardman Animations for Wallace & Gromit’s Musical Marvels UK tour in Spring 2019

The 38 date tour will feature live orchestral accompaniment from a professional orchestra drawn from members of the Hallé and BBC Philharmonic orchestras among others.   

In May and June 2019, Carrot Productions will tour Wallace & Gromit’s Musical Marvels to 38 major venues across the UK, including London’s Barbican Centre, Manchester’s The Lowry, and Birmingham Symphony Hall.

Speaking about this new venture for her organisation, Carrot Productions’ Managing Director, Rachel Whibley, said: “We are so delighted that Aardman have granted us exclusive rights to launch this tour in the UK. With six years’ experience behind us of presenting The Snowman to thousands of satisfied audience members across the country, we are well placed to deliver this wonderful Wallace & Gromit programme. It will be a pleasure to present such a high-quality show in partnership with the inspirational team at Aardman, providing huge fun for audiences of all ages”.

Wallace & Gromit’s Musical Marvels features Wallace preparing to perform his musical masterpiece My Concerto in Ee Lad with help from his faithful companion Gromit. This interactive experience features specially created animations as well as live orchestral accompaniment and escapades from the Picture House Orchestra and presenter Matthew Sharp. The show also exclusively features a screening of the all-time classic animation, The Wrong Trousers, again with live orchestral accompaniment.

Sean Clarke, Head of Rights and Brand Development, Aardman added: It is wonderful to see Wallace & Gromit’s Musical Marvels going on tour in 2019, the 30th anniversary year of Wallace & Gromit! Carrot Productions have produced a fantastic show, featuring live orchestral music for one of Aardman’s best loved shorts, The Wrong Trousers, and we look forward to audiences across the UK having the opportunity to enjoy this unique musical experience.”

Carrot Productions are an innovative organisation: over the years they have commissioned several new works – both music and animation – to perform alongside The Snowman. They are relishing the opportunity to cover further new ground with this ambitious Wallace & Gromit tour.

Aardman, the world famous, four times Academy Award® winning animation studio, are creators of Wallace & Gromit, Shaun the Sheep, Creature Comforts and Chicken Run among others. Nick Park’s Oscar-winning The Wrong Trousers was Aardman’s first 30-minute film and is one of the most successful animated films ever made.

Presenter Matthew Sharp is an internationally renowned musician, actor, director and performer.  He is recognised as both a compelling classical artist and a fearless pioneer, with his adventures in music and across disciplines described as ‘unrivalled’ and ‘unprecedented’. Booking for the tour is now open via the Carrot Productions website https://www.carrotproductions.com/

(c) TM Aardman/W&G Ltd. All rights reserved.

Bobbi Brown Pop Up Cafe Launches in London

Many of my lovely readers and supporters live in London and the surrounding areas. I also know that a lot of you head off down to the big smoke to frequent the West End for a trip to the theatre, for a family day out or to see a gig. If you’ve followed my blogging journey this year you’ll know that I’m delighted to be collaborating with the wonderful Bobbi Brown UK and that my friends and I were treated to a magnificent make-over before we headed to the National Television Awards at London’s O2 in January.

My Make-Over for the National Television Awards thanks to the wonder of Bobbi Brown UK

How would you like to experience the Bobbi Brown magic for yourselves?

The good news is that for three days only you can drop in to the Bobbi Brown pop up cafe in Soho, where they are offering a complimentary shade-match and 7 day sample to help find your new skin-true shade, as well as a free coffee for all attendees. All the details are below so why not take a trip to see the Bobbi Brown team and treat yourself!

Where:

·         Bobbi Brown Pro Studio, 1 Poland Street, W1F 8PR

When:

·         Friday 1st March: 10am – 2pm, 2.30pm – 4pm

·         Saturday 2nd March: 10am – 2pm, 2.30pm – 4pm

·         Sunday 3rd March: 12pm – 4pm

T&Cs

·          One shade match and sample per attendee

·          One coffee per person

Calendar Girls The Musical ~ New Cast : New Enthusiasm

I’ve been reviewing musical theatre productions since 2012. My love of musical theatre dates back to my wee small years when my parents took me to see a number of popular shows at either Birmingham Hippodrome, Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham or Wolverhampton Grand Theatre. Great memories remain and the buzz I reveled in at the time and on our way home afterwards while I clutched my programme and finished off any sweets we might have had left is a feeling I cherish. Inevitably there comes a point where, as a regular theatre-goer, you’ll have seen the vast majority of productions in a variety of incarnations. I reached a stale-mate with musical theatre recently, where apart from Blood Brothers which remains a steady favourite, I’ve lacked the inspiration and will to get up and go to see musicals.

The inspirational block wasn’t necessarily a bad thing as it turned my head in the direction of the Opera and I’ve been lapping up as many opportunities as possible to go to see different Operas. However, there is another musical theatre production that I have a passion for aside from Blood Brothers. I saw this particular musical twice in the West End and had great fun interviewing one of the stars of the show too, Claire Machin, Calendar Girls the Musical from the combined force of Mr Gary Barlow of Take That fame and Tim Firth is the one I’m referring to and the soundtrack from the West End cast has a regular home in our car for sing-alongs, it’s addictive!

Sarah Jane Buckley will be missed when she leaves one of my favourite musicals, Blood Brothers!

One of the many reasons that I return to Blood Brothers time and time again is that Sarah Jane Buckley has been playing the role of Mrs Lyons and understudying Mrs Johnstone. She is incredibly believable as both characters, giving beautifully nuanced performances. She’s also one of a few performers I make a great effort to support, as she has been immensely supportive of my little blogging empire. I had fully intended to see Calendar Girls the Musical on its tour before this year, especially as Fern Britton was cast as Marie, the disapproving W.I. Leader. However, I have now got yet another reason to get out there and see it – there’s a brand new cast (although Rebecca Storm and Ruth Madoc (who was one of my childhood heroes) remain) and Sarah Jane Buckley is playing the role of Annie. It’s a part which I watched Joanna Riding and Jenny Gayner play at the Phoenix Theatre, London and which I had my eye on for Sarah Jane to play, funnily enough, I knew she’d fit it brilliantly.

I loved The Girls when it ran at the Phoenix Theatre in London’s West End

So, with midlands tour dates on their list and not only Sarah Jane Buckley on the cast list, which is a draw in itself for me obviously, but also Sue Devaney who I loved in ‘Dinnerladies’ and Julia Hills of 2 Point 4 Children fame joining the line up – I need to go and see the show again (and again!). My enthusiasm for the show has been renewed of course, but also my enthusiasm for musical theatre off the back of my palpable excitement. The buzz is back and I’m raring to see more musicals because I’m so enthused about the tour of Calendar Girls. Of course, when you’re a fan-girl, as I am, and your best-loved performer is taking on a new challenge, that in itself is always quite a moment. Sarah Jane will embrace the role of Annie and make it her own, that’s my totally biased view… I can already imagine her singing ‘Scarborough’. I can’t wait!!!

I can’t wait to see Calendar Girls the Musical again – ‘Sunflower’ is one of my best loved songs from the show

When it comes to any production, be it a musical, a play, a television series or even a film – we all have our favourites in the various roles and there’s no denying that the West End cast of ‘The Girls‘, as it was called then, were outstanding. From Sophie Louise Dann to Claire Machin to Michele Dotrice and indeed Joanna Riding – each and every one of the girls and boys in the cast put their heart and soul into the show. However, I hope that all the theatre fans out there who have a passion for the show as I do will give the new cast a chance. I think they’ll be a force to be reckoned with.

With the announcement finally out there today that there’s a new line-up in the offing to get behind those buns, I’m just so happy that my musical mojo is back! Bring on a year of musical theatre trips in 2019!

If you want to book tickets for the tour, you’ll see the current cast until the gang head to Southend. I’m sorry to have missed out on the chance of seeing Fern Britton, however from Southend onwards I predict a new magic in the air for this amazing piece of musical theatre.

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Photo Credit: John Swannell

Bobbi Brown Studio Re-Launch, John Lewis & Partners, Oxford Street

Entertainment Views Awards 2018 public vote closed on 1st November and we’re very excitedly preparing for the cyber ceremony which is due to be broadcast across our social media channels on 15th December 2018. With our guest presenters lined up to announce the winners in the fourteen categories it’s all systems go.

Awards season is upon us, the first round of The National Television Awards 2019 public vote has also closed recently too. Entertainment Views will be in attendance and while we can’t wait to see who’s wearing who, we also look out for make-up choices on the night. Styles vary from year to year – bold colours, neutral shades and always synchronised with the colour they’re wearing on the red carpet of course.

On 18th October Bobbi Brown Cosmetics re-launched their new studios at John Lewis & Partners, Oxford Street and with their assistance, team Entertainment Views will be getting the red carpet look ahead of the National Television Awards ceremony at London’s O2 on 22nd January 2019.

Here’s the press release from the re-launch, why not book yourselves an appointment and see what the new space has to offer:

Bobbi Brown Cosmetics are taking their consumer experience to the next level with a bold re-design. Carefully conceptualised through the consumer’s eyes, this new space ensures a seamless journey of discovery and play, with a primary focus on bringing the best possible service and experience to the heart of Oxford Street. The re-imagined studio space will feature the first ever private Makeup Room within a central London department store, hosted by a colour brand.

The Makeup Room offers the flexibility of personalised appointments and beauty services, converting to a fully private room with a screen to close off the space if required.

In addition to the new design, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics will launch three new services, exclusive to John Lewis & Partners, Oxford Street.

To celebrate the launch of this innovative new space, the esteemed Bobbi Brown Pro Artists made guest appearances during the month of October, giving customers the opportunity to book personalised makeup lessons and receive bespoke tip and tricks based on their beauty needs.

We are excited to report from The National Television Awards in January with our glam new looks courtesy of Bobbi Brown make-up!

 

MAMMA MIA! Press Release

PRESS RELEASE

“MAMMA MIA!”

ANNOUNCES NEW BOOKING PERIOD

TO SATURDAY 14 SEPTEMBER 2019

AT LONDON’S NOVELLO THEATRE

ON SALE NOW!

 

The global smash hit musical MAMMA MIA! at London’s Novello Theatre is now extending its booking period from Monday 4 March to Saturday 14 September 2019.  MAMMA MIA! will celebrate its 20th birthday in London on 6 April 2019.  The box office for the new booking period is now open.

 

The London cast of MAMMA MIA! stars Sara Poyzer as Donna, Kate Graham as Tanya, Ricky Butt as Rosie, Richard Trinder as Sam, Neil Moors as Harry, Stephen Beckett as Bill, Georgia Louise as Sophie, Alec Porter as Sky, Charlotte O’Rourke as Ali, Leah St Luce as Lisa, Damian Buhagiar as Pepper and Eamonn Cox as Eddie, with Caroline Deverill playing the role of Donna Sheridan at certain performances.

 

Also in the cast are Chloe Ames, Chloe-Jo Byrnes, Adam Clayton-Smith, Adam Davidson, Luke Hall, Lauren Hampton, Jack Heasman, Jennifer Hepburn, Stuart Hickey, Zoe Humphryes, Mark Isherwood, Tyler Kennington, Robert Knight, Chanel Mian, James Willoughby Moore, Natasha O’Brien, Dean Read, Beth Relf, Annie Southall and Katy Stredder.

 

From West End to global phenomenon, MAMMA MIA! is Judy Craymer’s ingenious vision of staging the story-telling magic of ABBA’s timeless songs with an enchanting tale of family and friendship unfolding on a Greek island paradise.  To date, it has been seen by over 60 million people in 50 productions in 16 different languages grossing more than $2 billion at the box office.  In 2011, it became the first Western musical ever to be staged in Mandarin in the People’s Republic of China.  MAMMA MIA! is also currently playing an International Tour, receiving great critical and public acclaim.

 

MAMMA MIA! originally opened in London at the Prince Edward Theatre on 6 April 1999, before transferring to the Prince of Wales Theatre in 2004, and then to the Novello Theatre in 2012.

 

The London production of MAMMA MIA!  has been seen by over 8.9 million people, played over 8,000 performances and has broken box office records in all three of its London homes.

 

Produced by Judy Craymer, MAMMA MIA! The Movie became the highest grossing live action musical film of all time upon its release in 2008.  A second film, MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN, opened in July 2018 and is the most successful live musical movie sequel of all time.

 

With music & lyrics by Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus, MAMMA MIA! is written by Catherine Johnson, directed by Phyllida Lloyd and choreographed by Anthony Van Laast. The production is designed by Mark Thompson, with lighting design by Howard Harrison, sound design by Andrew Bruce & Bobby Aitken, and musical supervision, additional material & arrangements by Martin Koch.

MAMMA MIA! is produced by Judy Craymer, Richard East & Björn Ulvaeus for Littlestar in association with Universal.

LISTINGS INFORMATION

Novello Theatre

Aldwych

London WC2B 4LD

 

Ticket Prices: From £15.00

A £2.25 per ticket booking fee applies to tickets booked online, and a £2.75 per ticket booking fee applies to tickets booked by phone. No booking fee on tickets purchased in person at the Novello Theatre Box Office.

All prices include £1.25 restoration levy.

Early Bird Pricing – anyone booking four months or more in advance of the performance they are attending (Monday to Thursday performances only) will save £20 on Band A and Premium tickets, but only through Delfont Mackintosh Theatres, either online, in person at the theatre, or by calling the Novello Theatre Box Office.

Performance Times:

Monday – Saturday 7.45pm

Matinees – Thursday & Saturday 3.00pm*

* extra Tuesday matinees 6 & 20 August 2019

Christmas 2018/19 Performance Schedule

Monday 24 December     NO PERFORMANCE

Tuesday 25 December     NO PERFORMANCE

Wednesday 26 December     7.45pm

Thursday 27 December     3.00pm and 7.45pm

Friday 28 December     3.00pm and 7.45pm

Saturday 29th December     3.00pm and 7.45pm

Monday 31 December     3.00pm and 7.45pm

Tuesday 1 January      7.45pm

Wednesday 2 January     3.00pm and 7.45pm

Thursday 3 January     3.00pm and 7.45pm

Friday 4 January     7.45pm

Saturday 5 January     3.00pm and 7.45pm

Currently booking to 14 September 2019

The performance lasts 2 hours and 35 minutes (including a 15-minute interval)

Box Office: 0844 482 5151

http://www.mamma-mia.com/

http://www.facebook.com/mammamiamusical

http://twitter.com/MammaMiaMusical

For cast interviews with Donna and the Dynamos (AKA Sara Poyzer, Kate Graham and Ricky Butt) click the image!

MAMMA MIA!
London Cast 2018/2019

Mamma Mia and cast members; Stephen Beckett, Sara Poyzer, Kate Graham and Ricky Butt have been nominated for awards at this year’s Entertainment Views Awards, to vote please follow this link: Entertainment Views Awards 2018 

Press Release: BRICKLIVE ~ NEC, Birmingham

BRICKLIVE comes to NEC Birmingham from 1st – 4th November…

BRICKLIVE is Built by LEGO® fans and is a celebration of everything in the LEGO® universe! New for 2018 we have Mythical Beasts with over fifty models and interactive experiences, bringing the fascinating world of creatures from mythology to life using LEGO® bricks.

Returning favourites are: Warrior Bots, a Star Wars themed Build Zone, Stage Shows, Dance Parties, Minecraft, Fairy Bricks, Duplo® Build Zone, BRICK Pits, Chill Out Zone, BRICK Lane and so much more! BRICKLIVE is the ultimate day out for all to enjoy.

Buy your tickets and find out more about this extraordinary event here: https://bricklive.co.uk/

The Big Things ~ Press Release

Press Release

The Big Things brings us into the world of Grace, a woman living to a different rhythm. She meets Malcolm and falls in love, but even that she can’t do without people staring. When she and Malcolm decide to have a baby, the ensuing challenges leave her questioning everything she knows about life. How can your family love you when they can’t understand you? How can you be a good mother when you’re not like everyone else?

Like so many women in the UK and around the world, Grace is living on the spectrum, high-functioning and undiagnosed. She’s brilliant and funny and struggling to keep it together.

Shortlisted for the BBC Alfred Bradley Bursary Award 2016, The Big Things is a tragi-comic play about love, parenthood, and defining and defying what it means to be normal.

About Kibo Productions

We believe theatre is a powerful tool for transformation and our work is made with the hope that we can activate change in the world, however small, by producing plays that reveal and challenge our perception of the world. Our work is intentionally diverse with content that is socially relevant, artistically engaging and inclusive at its core. We are passionate about working with new writers to nurture and develop their work and are keen to produce first productions and UK and London premieres of new plays.

The Big Things by Mike Heath was selected following an open submissions window in February 2018. In the span of five days, we received almost 200 scripts from across the world. We selected The Big Things by Mike Heath because we were won over by the beautifully complex central female character. Through her experiences, we gain insight into the intricacies of living with ASD as an adult and a parent. This is a story rarely seen on the stage, and we are proud to be producing the world premiere of Grace’s story.

Read Entertainment Views’ exclusive interview with Director, Sharon Willems, here: Interview with Sharon Willems

Book Tickets, here: The Big Things ~ Book Tickets

OCAIAF 2017 ~ Press Release

OCAIAF 2017, 5-11th October

London, UK

London’s 2017 Open Central Asia International Arts Festival highlights the best in contemporary arts and culture from this vast region. Curated by Orzu Arts, OCAIAF, now in its second year, brings you outstanding talent from East of the Caspian Sea, with prominent artists and performers from Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan alongside friends of OCAIAF from India, Cyprus, Russia and Belarus.

OCAIAF 2016 offered unforgettable film screenings, concerts, lectures and dance workshops from Central Asia and USA. Building on last year’s success, the 2017 festival programme features 6 theatre pieces from 6 countries, 2 independent film screenings, visual and applied arts exhibitions, ethnic-folk concerts, talks by distinguished theatre directors and actors from Central Asia, Eastern Europe and India, alongside regional cuisines and a Central Asian crafts bazaar.

Programme:

OCAIAF 2017, 5-11th October

Venue: The Courtyard theatre

Adress: 40 Pitfield St, London N1 6EU

Nearest tube station: Old Street

                                                                     Theatre groups

5.10.2017

Opening Gala

Starts 18:30 Ends 21:30

1. Welcome speech by festival curators Yuldosh Juraboev, Amita Shankar, Joseph Sanders

2. Welcome speech by Baroness Alison Sattie

3. Welcome speech by Kyrgyzstan’s peoples artist Sultan Raev & award winning director Ovlyakuli Khodjakuli

4. Performance by Orzu Arts & Mugam Central Asia – Guljahon Bais Uzbekistan/Tajikistan/Kyrgyzstan/Turkmenistan

Venue: White room & main theatre space

5. Networking, drinks

6.10.2017

1. 18:00   Opening of the Art Exibition from Central Asia/Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan & Belarus . White room.

a) Opening speech by festival’s curators Joseph Sanders & Amita Shankar

b) Opening Speech by exhibitions curators.   

2. 19:30 -20:30. Medea. Orzu Arts. Uk/Uzbekistan. In English. Main Space 

3. 20:30 – 22:00 Networking, drinks

7.10.2017

1. 18:00 -22:00 Art Exibition from Central Asia/Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan & Belarus. White room

2. 19:30 – 20:30 Ilegileg. (White crane) Play by S. Raev. Kyrgyzstan. In Kyrgyz language with English Subtitles. Main theatre space

3. 20:30-22:00. Networking evening. Drinks at the bar

8.10.2017

 1. 18:00 -22:00 Art Exibition from Central Asia/Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan & Belarus . White room

2. 19:30 -20:30. Marriage . By Gogol, russian classic. .Goodge street theatre. UK/Russia

3. 20:30-22:00. Networking evening. Drinks at the bar

9.10.2017

1. 18:00 -22:00 Art Exibition from Central Asia/Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan & Belarus. White room

2. 19:30 – 20:30 Marriage 2.Goodge street theatre. UK/Russia

3. 20:30-22:00. Networking evening. Drinks at the bar

10.10.2017

1. 18:00 -22:00 Art Exibition from Central Asia/Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan & Belarus. White room

2. 19:30 – 20:50 Era Androgyne . Play. Belarus. Physical theatre. Main Space

4. 20:30-22:00 Networking evening. Drinks at the bar

11.10.2017

1. 18:00 -22:00 Art Exibition from Central Asia/Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan & Belarus . White room

2. 19:00 -20:10 To be or not to be. Film screening. Kazakhstan. In Russian with English subtitles

Closing Gala ( tckts £35 )

To get tickets for the Closing Gala please contact Orzu Arts directly at yjuraboev@gmail.com

21:00 – 00:00 Closing Gala and Award ceremony at Pasha restaurant.

Venue: Pasha Hotel

Address: 158 Camberwell road. SE5 0EE

Nearest tube station: Elephant and Castle

Special Guests of the evening.

a) HE Ambassador of Tajikistan

b) HE Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan

c) Merlene Toh Emerson, MBE UK/China

d) Irina Kara cinema and theatre actress UK/Russia

e) Multi award winning theatre director, associate professor of NSD in India. Turkmenistan, Ovlyakuli Khodjakuli

With love,

Yuldosh Juraboev

Curator and artistic director OCAIAF 2017

City Of Champions ~ Press Release

CITY OF CHAMPIONS 

★★★★ Carn’s Theatre Passion “poignant and thought-provoking ”
★★★★ Last Minute Theatre Tickets “Beautifully written”
★★★★ The Reviews Hub “Packs a heavy punch”
★★★★ Theatre Weekly “A powerful story that is well told”
 
A new play by Steve Brown
 
Presented by London Theatre Workshop
17th July – 5th August 2017
 
Written and Directed by: Steve Brown
Cast: Joel Arnold, Amy Burke, Ian McCurrach, Maggie Robson, Joe Southall, Ellie Ward
 
Developed through the London Theatre Workshop, this poignant new play is a world premiere from Steve Brown, an exciting new writer.
 
Set in 2010, in the city of Inglewood, Los Angeles, CITY OF CHAMPIONS focuses on two former nineteen-eighties child superstars, Lonnie Drake and Laurie Monro, who are living with the after effects of early stardom and abuse as teen stars.
 
Lonnie, a recovering alcoholic is married and still working in the industry.  Laurie, although clean after numerous trips to rehab, is broke and unemployable.  He is living in the ‘guest lodge’ in Lonnie’s backyard.  Desperate for work and money, a job opportunity presents itself but it means working once again with the director who abused him during his teen career.
A reunion with someone from the past and an unwelcome visit from an old colleague act as the catalyst for Laurie to make a decision to take control of his situation and change everybody’s lives.
 
CITY OF CHAMPIONS is at once charming, funny and heartbreaking.  Charting the very familiar path of a history that catches up with someone at both the best and worst of times, the play focuses on the very human issues of dealing with abuse and trust.
 
Artistic Director of the London Theatre Workshop, Ray Rackham says: “It is with huge delight and pride that this important piece of theatre, developed over LTW’s three-year history both in Fulham and in its new home at Leadenhall Market, is ready to be produced for an audience.  I am exceptionally proud of LTW’s Theatre Lab, which provides a safe and playful environment for new writers to develop and eventually produce new work.  After the success of APARTMENT 40C, JUDY!, and TRIBE, I am honoured that Steve Brown has entrusted CITY OF CHAMPIONS with London Theatre Workshop, for its world premiere.”
 
Runs at London Theatre Workshop, Leadenhall Market, 88 Gracechurch Street, London ECV3 0DN (above the New Moon Pub).
17th July – 5th August
Tuesday – Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Additional Saturday matinee on 29th July at 2:30 p.m.
Not suitable for children.  Contains strong language and adult themes.
Ticket Bookings
Tickets can be purchased at LTW’s online box office: City Of Champions Tickets
Photo credits: Rosalind White Photograph

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