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The London Palladium: The Story of the Theatre and Its Stars

The London Palladium: The Story of the Theatre and Its Stars (Hardback)

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The glamour, the excitement, the riotous laughter, the beauty and the memories; Christopher Woodward succeeds in capturing them all in his chronicle of the London Palladium, The London Palladium: The Story of the Theatre and Its Stars, over the century of its existence. In the book, he draws on the experiences and memories of the countless individuals who have played a part in its journey through the years, from those who experienced its heyday as the flagship theatre for Variety, when it played host to all the stars of the day, to the present time where it has evolved into a venue for hit musicals and popular television programmes. The author's own vast collection of Palladium programmes and memorabilia helps to bring the book to life with stunning images.

The London Palladium: The Story of the Theatre and Its Stars gives readers a real sense of the fierce affection and loyalty that this unique theatre has engendered in all who have come into contact with it, from the artistes who have been privileged to perform on its famous stage, to the audiences who have been treated to the cream of entertainment from the comfort of its plush seats. Yet the reach of the Palladium has always extended beyond the confines of its own walls; this book will inspire an avalanche of memories for all those who watched the lavish Sunday Night at the London Palladium programmes, and the younger generation will recognise the home of the popular series How do you solve a problem like Maria? There is something for everyone in this delightful, evocative history book, which transports the reader to a front row seat for the story of this marvellous theatre. The London Palladium: The Story of the Theatre and Its Stars makes an ideal gift for anyone interested in the history of theatre.

Film, TV & DramaTheatre Publisher: Jeremy Mills Publishing Publication Date: 03/04/2009 ISBN-13: 9781906600396  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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