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Luke Brady and Liam Tamne in The Prince Of Egypt. Photo by Tristram Kenton.

Luke Brady and Liam Tamne in The Prince Of Egypt. Photo by Tristram Kenton.

London Theatre News Today: Tuesday 25 February

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood Published 25 February 2020

The Prince Of Egypt extends and releases first official production photos

In celebration of their opening night tonight we have not one but two exciting pieces from The Prince Of Egypt. They’ve added seven extra weeks to their run at the Dominion Theatre. You can now grab tickets for performances up to 31 October through the link below.

But of course if the story and the promise of some nostalgic musical numbers from the 90s films isn’t enough to tempt you, you’ll be sold once you check out the incredible production shots we got this morning!

Hampstead Theatre announces an extended booking period for the world premiere of The Haystack as well as 800 extra Under 30’s tickets.

Due to popular demand, Hamsptead Theatre have extended the booking period for Al Blyth’s explosive espionage thriller.

Now running until 12 March, Roxanna Silbert’s directing debut as Hampstead Theatre’s Artisic Director is off to a fantastic start! Tickets for the additional performances are now on sale and include 800 extra Under 30’s tickets as part of Hampstead Theatre’s free membership programmed for those aged between 16 and 30 years old.

The Haystack taps into the world of the Government Communications Headquarters and explores the human impact of national surveillance. When an investigative journalist finds a controversial lead, loyalties and ethics are tested to the extreme.

Head over to the Hampstead Theatre’s website to book your tickets!


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