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Marc Warren Plays Cool Hand in Oct/Nov WOS Magazine

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Ahead of tonight's West End premiere of Cool Hand Luke, adapted from Donn Pearce's 1965 American crime novel, the production's star Marc Warren has 'hustled' his way onto the cover of the October/November edition of Whatsonstage.com Magazine.

And Warren, who follows in no less than Paul Newman's footsteps in the role of Lucas Jackson, is just one of a number of big names to appear in the latest issue, which is out today (3 October 2011) and is available exclusively to members of our Whatsonstage.com Theatre Club.

Our bi-monthly print title regularly rounds up great editorial highlights from the website – including news, blogs, review round-ups, book reviews and listings. It also includes a unique two-month diary of key London openings in a handy double-page spread. We also provide photo coverage of some of the biggest recent openings in Theatreland - including the star-laden productions of The Tempest and Anna Christie.

Furthermore in the October/November edition, we report on several exciting new Whatsonstage.com partnerships, including our adoption of the charity Stage One for the 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards and our new six-month initiative with the Arts Theatre giving club members a real 'home from home' just off Leiecester Square. 

Whatsonstage.com Magazine is only available to members of our Whatsonstage.com Theatre Club, which costs just £30 a year! Benefits include advance discounted booking on all our Whatsonstage.com Outings, top shows at group rates, regular free ticket promotions and much much more – as well as the magazine.

Have you seen our new West End ticket joining gift? Join or renew now and you’ll receive with your membership pack our great new joining gift – a voucher for one free ticket to see Michael Jackson celebration Thriller Live, which has just celebrated its 1,000th West End performance. You can redeem the voucher until 22 January 2012 – plus buy additional tickets for the same performance at the reduced rate of only £25 What are you waiting for? Click here to join our Theatre Club


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