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Theatre

Will Marti Pellow attract enough tipsy hen parties to Evita to flog all 18,000 seats?

Plus: a masterclass in dramatic writing from David Hare in The Vertical Hour - if you ignore the predictable politics

4 October 2014

9:00 AM

4 October 2014

9:00 AM

Evita

Dominion Theatre, until 1 November

The Vertical Hour

Park Theatre, until 26 October

Tim and Andy are back. Their monster hit Evita opens the fully refurbed and re-primped Dominion Theatre, which is built on the scale of an airport terminal and needs a big production to fill it. This is a beautiful version of a show that marks a decline in the Tim and Andy alliance.

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