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Comedy at The Apollo Theatre, London

We have two new comedy shows for you at the Apollo Theatre.

Opening on 14th September and running only until 24th October is Ross Noble. Ross Noble was voted one of the top ten greatest stand ups of all time by Channel 4 viewers and has received some rave reviews as well.

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Debbie Reynolds

MGM legend and star of Singing in the Rain, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Thats Entertainment, The Bodyguard, and Will and Grace, Debbie Reynolds celebrates 50 years of show business in this award winning one woman show.

Debbie Reynolds, a genuine and real film star comes to the Apollo Theatre in London from 28th April 2010 for a very limited run of only 9 nights.

For more information, to check availability and to book your tickets go to Debbie Reynolds Tickets.

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All My Sons

All My Sons opens on 19th May 2010 at the Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, starring David Suchet and Zoe Wanamaker.

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The Gruffalo

For the fourth consecutive year The Gruffalo returns to the Apollo Theatre in London for the Christmas season.

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Jerusalem

Jerusalem – Jez Butterworth’s new comedy – is a contemporary vision of life in our green and pleasant land.

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Three Days of Rain

Three Days of Rain explores how the private worlds of one generation are reinterpreted by the next. A tender and surprising story of love lies at the heart of a creative conflict which could never have been imagined by these children. The actors play both generations in this warm, funny and touching play about family and the enigma of parenthood.

Walker Janeway (James McAvoy) and his sister Nan reunite for the reading of their father’s will in the Manhattan loft where he lived. A wealthy architect, Ned’s legacy is the iconic, internationally renowned 1960s New York house designed with his late business partner Theo. Joined by Theo’s son Pip (Nigel Harman), the three childhood friends meet to settle the estate and determine the future of the house. The discovery of a brief entry, “three days of rain”, in Ned’s diary is the only clue to the true story of the previous generation.