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Spiderman struggles for London home?

By • West End
The Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark is struggling to find a London home, according to the Daily Mail.

The show is apparently too big for most London theatres, as it features huge set pieces and a lot of flying above the audience. It is the most expensive Broadway production ever.

Producers Michael Cohl and Jeremiah J. Harris were on a recent scouting trip and visited, among other venues, the Palladium and the Drury Lane. However, these large venues are not available any time soon.

Spider-Man spokesman Rick Miramontez told the Mail there wasn't a theatre able to accommodate such an enormous physical production, concluding "Short of building a theatre, there doesn't seem to be a solution."


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