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Planning a trip to London in 2011

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Planning a trip to London in 2011#1
Posted: 11/23/10 at 11:04am
I've been in London in February of 2010 and I've seen 15 musicals and plays. It was unforgetable.

I'm thinking about returning to London next year, so I want to know which period/month is the best to catch the majority of new plays and musicals of the season 2010/2011?

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Planning a trip to London in 2011#2
Posted: 11/23/10 at 11:42am
Spring looks best at the moment.

If you come in April, you should be able to catch the new musicals Ghost, The Wizard of Oz, Rebecca, Betty Blue Eyes and Love Story.
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Planning a trip to London in 2011#2
Posted: 11/23/10 at 1:04pm
Thanks for yor answer.

Ghost in April? Are you sure about that?
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Planning a trip to London in 2011#3
Posted: 11/23/10 at 1:20pm
Sorry, getting confused - in April, Ghost will be in MANCHESTER! :P
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Planning a trip to London in 2011#4
Posted: 11/23/10 at 4:03pm
Take a trip to Manchester.

It's the UK's second city.
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Planning a trip to London in 2011#5
Posted: 11/24/10 at 11:03am
Having seen her today, make sure to get here before March for Tracie Bennett in End of the Rainbow
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Planning a trip to London in 2011#6
Posted: 12/1/10 at 6:42am
March would be good too for Frankenstein at the National. Though I got my ticket today (the booking period opened to the public today) and there were very few decent seats left so guess the memebers are snapping them up...