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WHAT'S NEW . . .
Sheridan Smith leaves FUNNY GIRL after missing several performances due
to exhaustion . . . . SHOW BOAT fails to find audience, will close six
months early . . . . National Theatre's Temporary Theatre closes down . . .
. Announced LADY DAY musical postponed because star is pregnant . . .
. Meanwhile THE MOUSETRAP carries on, now booking to its
year 2052 . . . . National Theatre ends Sunday performances . . .
. Fringe hits IN THE HEIGHTS and THE RAILWAY CHILDREN, both
for very brief runs, both extend beyond a year . . . . New
adventures of Harry Potter as an adult to be staged as a two-part drama
this summer . . . . TKTS
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LAST CHANCES . . . Closing
notices up for BOY May 28, LES BLANCS June 2, THE
FLICK June 18, PEOPLE PLACES AND THINGS June 18, MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS June 18, ELEGY June 18, THE
June 25, DOCTOR FAUSTUS June 25, HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES June 25,
SHOW BOAT August 27, KINKY
BOOTS September 24, FUNNY GIRL
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