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Things To Do
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Things To Do
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Tried and Tested
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Hit Open Air Theatre Pride and Prejudice stage adaptation returns for another summer of romance and comedy on the al fresco stage
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Kids become Peter Pan at Kensington Garden children's playground
The return of ravishing 2012 production of two one act Ravel operas. Glyndebourne's 2015 revival stars Danielle de Niese
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In the Know
This summer experimental, family-friendly and interactive theatre is celebrated at the Yard Theatre's Festival: Walkie Talkie, 2015.
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