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WOS TV: Top Theatre Video Picks - 14 Jul 2010

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  • Into the Woods And so the final production in this year’s Open Air season is almost upon us, and what a treat those lovely people over at Regent's Park have in store. Featuring an all star cast complete with Dame Judi Dench lending her voice for the outdoor fairytale classic, Sondheim's Into the Woods brings a wealth of childhood story favourites to life as we see what happens after ‘happily ever after’ in the woods. As this clip shows, the cast look and sound great and will no doubt bring the season to a wonderful close.
  • Shrek the Musical - After months of speculation, the giant ogre has finally been given the green light to set up swamp in the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Shrek The Musical features brand new music and all the characters from the much loved animated Oscar winning film, Shrek. Opening in London in Spring 2011, tickets are due to go on sale in October this year.
  • Tap Dogs - Now recognized globally, the Tap Dogs have returned to London for a limited season at the Novello theatre, led by Adam Garcia. The show fuses tap dance with extreme physical energy and skill to create an assault on the senses as the performers throw themselves around the stage, creating incredible rhythms. Here they take over a televsion studio with their unique style and magnificent ingenuity.
  • The Railway Children – There can be no better setting for the classic children's tale than an old Eurostar terminal at Waterloo Station. The Railway Children tells the story of Bobbie, Peter and Phyllis and features Stirling Single, a beautiful 66 tonne steam locomotive, throughout the show. Complete with purpose built auditorium seating which is possibly more comfy than any seat in the west end, it would be a crime not to catch this classic before it departs.
    Selections by David Grewcock. You can view
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