Here Comes the Bride 1930

Opened: February 20, 1930

Here Comes the Bride - 1930 - West End History , Info & More

Lyceum Theatre
(Covent Garden/Charing Cross) Wellington Street, just off Strand London

Based on a play by Otto Harbach and Edgar McGregor

It's Abigail Winthorpe's first day at her new job as the writer of "Here Comes the Bride," a relationship column for the Weekly Bugle. She has everything she's ever wanted in life, except for true love. Fall in love with this original musical in the world premier at the Pines Dinner Theatre.


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