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Monday, 1 October 2012, 1:00PM
Museum of London

London Theatre: Past Glories, Today’s Success and Tomorrow’s Opportunities

Julian Bird

As Head of The Society of London Theatre (SOLT), the organisation which represents all theatre owners and producers in the West End, both commercial and subsidised, Julian Bird will be talking about the history of London theatre and its relative strengths in the world today. He will also be covering the important economic impact of London theatre around the world and will talking about some of the opportunities and challenges which lie ahead.

This is the first in a series of four 'Mondays at One' lectures on The Theatre in London. Other lectures in this series are as follows:
Is Theatre History? The Alternative Explosion
West End Theatre in China

The Future of London Theatre

julian-bird

Chief Executive, The Society of London Theatre

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