Musicals in London Saturday 9 November

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Musicals in London on Sat 9th November

Our guide to West End musicals in London on Saturday 9 November 2013.

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Light Princess at Lyttelton Theatre, London
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“The Light Princess”, with music by Tori Amos

to Lyttelton Theatre Musical in London at the Lyttelton Theatre. "The Light Princess" is both a dark fairytale and a coming-of-age story about grief, rebellion and the power of love. A prince and a princess in different kingdoms have both lost their mothers. The prince becomes so heavy-hearted that he can never smile, and declares war on the opposing realm. The princess escapes, only to encounter him on a piece of contested land.
Dirty Dancing at Piccadilly Theatre, London
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“Dirty Dancing”, at the Piccadilly Theatre

to Piccadilly Theatre "Dirty Dancing" tells the tale of Baby and Johnny -- two fiery young spirits who come together in the most exciting summer of their lives. It includes all of your favourite tunes from the movie, including 'Hungry Eyes', 'I've Had the Time of My Life' and 'She's Like the Wind'. You can catch the popular musical Dirty Dancing at the Piccadilly Theatre on Sat 9th November.
Let It Be at Savoy Theatre, London
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The Fab Four are back! — with “Let It Be”

to Savoy Theatre "Let It Be" is hitting the West End in a spectacular theatrical concert featuring over twenty of The Beatles' greatest hits! Witness The Beatles' meteoric rise from the Cavern Club, through Beatlemania, and on to their later masterpieces like "Hey Jude" and "Let It Be". Live performances will take you back to the swinging sixties when all you needed was love, and a little help from your friends!
Jersey Boys at Prince Edward Theatre, London
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Jersey Boys — Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

to Prince Edward Theatre "Jersey Boys" tells the tale of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons -- the rags to riches tale of four boys escaping the rough streets of New Jersey and making it big as an international pop sensation -- selling 100 million records and earning a place in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

That’s all the West End musicals, but there are plenty more things to do on Saturday 9 November including:

Richard Serra — Drawings for the Courtauld9 NovemberThe Courtauld Gallery is putting together an exhibition displaying twelve of Serra’s most recent drawings in dense black crayon, created especially for the Courtauld Gallery. Serra first rose to prominence in New York more than forty years ago, and is celebrated for his ground-breaking sculptures and for his radical approach to drawing.

Gifted: From the Royal Academy to The Queen9 NovemberTo celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012, the Royal Academy presented a gift of 97 works from some of the most high-profile names in art — including Tracey Emin, David Hockney, Anish Kapoor, Cornelia Parker and Grayson Perry. This exhibition showcases the entire collection of 97 works, displaying the breadth of membership of the Royal Academy.

Stewart Lee — Much-A-Stew About Nothing9 NovemberStewart Lee is back with a series of “Work in Progress” shows at the Leicester Square Theatre. The acclaimed comedian will present a mixed bag of unrelated ideas, read off of some crumpled bits of paper, in preparation for his new TV series in 2014.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year9 NovemberThe Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition will showcase the best images from the world’s most prestigious wildlife photography competition, selected from 1,000s of international entries. Now in its 49th year, the competition provides a global showcase of the very best nature photography

Art under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm9 NovemberTate Britain’s new exhibition is called “Art under Attack”, and will explore the history of physical attacks on art in Britain from the 16th-century onwards. Iconoclasm is the deliberate destruction of artworks for religious, political or aesthetic motives. Political attacks include a portrait of Oliver Cromwell hung upside down, and the Suffragettes’ targeted attacks on our cultural heritage during the early 20th-century.

Tennis — ATP World Tour Finals9 NovemberThe Barclays ATP World Tour Finals is played at the end of each tennis year, and features the top eight players in the men’s world rankings. The format for the competition is a mix of group stages and knockout tennis. The competition should involve the likes of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal.

Halloween… at the London Dungeon!9 NovemberThe London Dungeon will be scarier than ever this Halloween, with their huge new dungeon containing 20 live actors and 18 new shows! Jack the Ripper, Mrs Lovett and the entire cast will be celebrating the season in a Dungeon decked out in a blaze of orange — you can never have enough pumpkins right? Two underground rides and state-of-the-art special effects will scare you out of your wits, whilst some extra surprises will be thrown in too — to keep you on a knife edge!

Festival of Remembrance, at the Royal Albert Hall9 NovemberThe Royal Albert Hall and Royal British Legion will be welcoming members of the public, the Government, and members of the Royal family, to join in an annual Festival of Remembrance in honour of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their country.

“Barking in Essex” — Lee Evans, Sheila Hancock, Keeley Hawes9 NovemberAs freedom finally comes for Algie Packer after spending seven years inside, he’s looking forward to spending his carefully hidden millions. But there’s something that his dodgy and dysfunctional family forgot to tell him… is it time to go on the run again?

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