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NEWS: An American in Paris Extends West End Run Until 2018

Following its critical acclaim, it has been announced that An American in Paris is now booking until January 2018. 

Christopher Wheeldon’s production of the Oscar winning film will now book at the Dominion Theatre until the 27th January 2018 it has been announced. 293 more words

An American in Paris extends to January 2018

Christopher Wheeldon ’s stunning reinvention of the Oscar® winning film An American in Paris has been ecstatically received by audiences and critics since opening at the beautifully restored Dominion Theatre on 21 March 2017. 325 more words


REVIEW - An American In Paris, Dominion Theatre London. March 2017.

The production was a HIT on Broadway, but would it resonate with audience this side of the pond?

We were so lucky that we won fantastic seats for an early preview as generally, the show wasn’t on our “to do” list. 32 more words

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Things to See and Do: Sunday 23rd April

Here’s a guide to a  few of the best things to watch in London this week…. 

An American in Paris, Dominion Theatre: after wowing critics on its… 353 more words

Smashing Pumpkins: Dominion Theatre - Jan 22nd 2000


I came to the Pumpkins late.

I first heard them in the back of a car in the summer of ’93. Four of us from university were doing a road-trip thing in the US. 359 more words


Review: An American in Paris 'Love can't be bought, it's given.'

Reviewed on 12th April 2017

A Composer, Artist and Singer walk into a bar, the setting for the three lead males of An American in Paris meeting for the first time could sound like the beginning of a bad joke however the production running at the Dominion Theatre is as far away from a joke inside the theatre world and has some serious muscles to flex that amazes audiences. 782 more words


An American in Paris

How many producers and associate producers does it take to get a screen to stage adaptation onto a West End stage? Fifty-one! That’s about the same number as the total of performers and musicians combined. 458 more words