Address: Aldwych, London, WC2B 4DF.
Opening: 19 April 2012
Closing: Open Run
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Sensational reviews and various standing ovations make this London show a completely delightful experience for theatre lovers. Irving Berlinís heart touching musical numbers features every kind of numbers from stunning tap to the melodious romantic ballroom numbers. The era of 30s is beautifully celebrated with spectacular sets, 200 costumes and magical love story.
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Tom Chambers and Summer Strallen will be the lead stars of Top Hat and portraying the roles of tap-dancing king and queen Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
Aldwych Theatre is located in Aldwych in the City of Westminster London. It was built as a twin to the Waldorf Theatre (now known as Novell Theatre) and both of them were designed by W.G.R. Sprague. The theatre opened on 23rd December 1905 with performances of Hickís classic pantomime Bluebell in Fairyland. Sprague ornately decorated the theatre in the dazzling Georgian Style and French Baroque while the newly erected Aldwych was selected as its venue. A dual staircase passes through three huge mirrors before they finally meet at the opulent Circle bar.
Vivien Leigh adorned the stage of the Aldwych Theatre in 1949 with her gracious appearance in her husband Laurence Olivierís directorial, A Streetcar Named Desire in which Bonar Colleano too starred as Stanley. The cinematic adaptation of the show won Vivien an Academy Award.
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