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Vaudeville Theatre in London

Vaudeville Theatre in London

The Vaudeville Theatre in London's West End, designed by C. J. Phipps was first started on April 16, 1870 with the comedy play For Love Or Money. Today London's Vaudeville Theatre is inviting to Tom Kempinski's gripping and deeply moving psychological drama - Duet for One.

First premiered at the Bush Theatre in the 80s, Duet for One has enjoyed successful runs in the West End and Broadway. It has also made to a moving film with Julie Andrews and Alan Bates. The revival of Kempinski's psychological drama had been truly dramatic with Britain's finest actors - Juliet Stevenson and Henry Goodman - in Duet for One.

It you are not into soft musicals or comedies, Duet for One at the Vaudeville Theatre in London will definitely not leave you disappointed.

For more information on Vaudeville Theatre shows in London, please phone 0870 890 0511

Visiting London Vaudeville Theatre:

Address: Strand, Westminster, London, WC2R 0NH

Telephone: 0870 890 0511

Nearest Underground Stations:
Charing Cross Tube (4 minutes)
Covent Garden Tube (4 minutes)

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What's on at London Vaudeville Theatre:
The Gruffalo Live in London
The Gruffalo Live in London
14th December 2015 - 3rd January 2016
The Gruffalo Live in London is a fun play about a cute little mouse who takes a trip through a deep, dark wood. Encountering a slithery snake, weird owl, threatening fox and big scary monster, the little mouse manages to outsmart them all in The Gruffalo Live.
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Watch the very touching Tom Kempinski's psychological drama, Duet for One!