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London Theatre News Today: Tuesday 18 February

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood First Published 18 February 2020, Last Updated 19 February 2020

Looks like it’s Sara Bareilles and Gavin Creel singing Never Ever Getting Rid Of Me tonight as Waitress announce that the pair will be extending their run as Jenna and Dr Pomatter for two more weeks!

The show’s original songwriter and her on-stage beau will now remain at the helm at the Adelphi Theatre until 21 March. Grab your tickets through the link below before the pair jet-set back to America.

And don’t forget, if you get tickets to the performance on Monday 24 February, you can stick around and watch the Cast Album Karaoke night hosted by the pair themselves. You can even get the chance to sing up on stage beside them if you sign up before the show starts, so get on those vocal warm ups already!



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