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A Moment in London’s History - The London Beer Flood of 1814...

For some it sounds like a dream come true but what is known as the London Beer Flood of 17th October, 1814, was a very real tragedy, leaving eight dead in its wake. 283 more words

Events

Remembering the victims of the Great London Beer Flood, 200 years ago today

Wherever you are at 5.30pm this evening, please stop a moment and raise a thought – a glass, too, if you have one, preferably of porter – to Hannah Banfield, aged four years and four months; Eleanor Cooper, 14, a pub servant; Elizabeth Smith, 27, the wife of a bricklayer; Mary Mulvey, 30, and her son by a previous marriage, Thomas Murry (sic), aged three; Sarah Bates, aged three years and five months; Ann Saville, 60; and Catharine Butler, a widow aged 65. 2,126 more words

Beer

Happy, but not in love, with 'Evita'

Evita’ is back in London, in the Dominion Theatre for just 55 performances. It’s a production on tour, that’s why the show is just for a few weeks in London. 1,292 more words

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Back to the Dominion Theatre we are!

I am so excited this morning! Hillsong church is back to Westend’s Dominion Theatre. Yippee yay!!!

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Don’t get me wrong, theatre royal was all good but I so missed my good old Dom even though we don’t have Freddie on the roof anymore. 110 more words

Evita | The Dominion Theatre, London | until 1st Nov | Review

It won’t be easy, you’ll think it strange, when I try to explain how I feel……..

Evita opened last night at the newly refurbished Dominion Theatre in the West End. 461 more words

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Evita, The Dominion Theatre, London

Wednesday 17th September I was lucky enough to get my hands on a ticket to see the newly opened ‘Evita’ at the Dominion Theatre. And when I say ‘newly opened’, I mean that I got to see it the second night it was open, so I was very excited! 557 more words

Evita at the Dominion Theatre - 16th Sept to 1st November 2014

For only 55 West End Performances , Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita returns to London’s West End for a strictly limited season.

Opening on Tuesday 16 September, the ever popular musical  by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice will feature  Marti Pellow playing Che, and  newcomer Madalena Alberto in the title role. 187 more words

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