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900 Granville Street - west side (1)

These single storey stores on the corner of Granville and Nelson were built in 1919, and photographed within a couple of years of construction. These seem to be the first substantial buildings here; there was a  Paints & Wallpaper’ building with frame construction that occupied a 25′ lot just north of the corner with Davie in the early 1900s. 492 more words


COMPETITION: WIN a family ticket to see 'Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games' in the West End!

Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games has exciting and ground-breaking new technology, including holographs, dancing robots, world champion acrobats and the greatest team of Irish Dancers in the world, making it the perfect family entertainment. 51 more words


Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games

When I was 5 I started tap dancing lessons. When I was 7 my grandparents, possibly unwisely, bought me a video of a live recording of River Dance. 1,304 more words

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Buses to West End Theatres in London, UK: Dominion Theatre

London, UK, images; West End Theatre; Dominion Theatre, 268 – 269 Tottenham Court Road; public transport, bus, bus route, bus routes to the Dominion Theatre: 1, 8, 10 (24-hour service), 14 (24-hour service), 19, 24 (24-hour service), 25 (24-hour service), 29, 38, 55, 73, 98, 134 (24-hour service), 176 (24-hour service), 242 (24-hour service), 390 (24-hour service) 6 more words

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NEWS: Kimberley Walsh to Star in Elf The Musical

Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh will star opposite Ben Forster when Elf The Musical opens for a limited 10 week run in the Dominion Theatre later in the year. 151 more words


Drawing: Marti Pellow and Madalena Alberto in Evita

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice‘s classic 1978 musical Evita made a brief return to London’s West End for a seven week run at the refurbished Dominion Theatre. 101 more words


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