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One Man, Two Guvnors will transfer to the Theatre Royal Haymarket
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Photographer: Hugo Glendinning
Photo credit: http://www.whatsonstage.com/news/theatre/london/E8831323959112/One+Man,+Two+Guvnors+Transfers+to+Haymarket+in+March,+Arthur+Replaces+Corden.html

Cut and pasted from the Whatsonstage.com website:

Following its current run at the Adelphi Theatre, the National Theatre production of One Man, Two Guvnors will transfer to a new West End home, the Theatre Royal Haymarket, with a new cast led by Owain Arthur who takes over from James Corden in the title role of Francis Henshall. The production will run at the Haymarket from 2 March to 15 September 2012. Public booking has now opened.

To read the full story, follow the link:
http://www.whatsonstage.com/news/theatre/london/E8831323959112/One+Man,+Two+Guvnors+Transfers+to+Haymarket+in+March,+Arthur+Replaces+Corden.html

Hooray! This is one of my favourite productions on in the London Theatre at the moment - I am glad it is staying on so that more people will get a chance to experience it for themselves.

Sherlock Preview: A Scandal in Belgravia & Q&A
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Photo credit: http://benedictcumberbatch.co.uk/sherlock-a-scandal-in-belgr/

A video showing selected highlights from the Q&A that followed the recent BFI preview screening of Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia has now gone up on the BFI website. Follow the link:
http://www.bfi.org.uk/live/video/845

Cut and pasted from the BFI website:

The cast and creators of Sherlock are interviewed by writer Caitlin Moran following the sell-out premiere of A Scandal in Belgravia, the first adventure from the eagerly-awaited second series.

All nominate their favourite scene from the new episode, and discuss the series’ cult following. Writers Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat analyse the character of Irene Adler (Lara Pulver) and her ambiguous relationship with the detective, while Benedict Cumberbatch pays tribute to Una Stubbs and her performance as Holmes’ landlady.