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 Post subject: Cameron Macintosh re-building programme
PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, 2003 4:08 am 
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Article from The sunday times.

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Sir Cameron Mackintosh, you must agree, knows a thing or two about the theatre. We all know he decided, at the age of 8, to produce musicals and never looked back. But Mackintosh not only lives and breathes theatre as an activity, he also owns a string of London theatres and, for all his occasionally pained comments about the state of the West End, wants to build another. Not another of the same, though. Mackintosh has a trick up his sleeve.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2003 12:38 am 
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West End to have £35m revamp
Impresario Sir Cameron Mackintosh has told BBC News Online he is spending £35m to rejuvenate London's West End to "make it exciting and new".

Sir Cameron announced on Wednesday he was to build a new theatre, The Sondheim, and revamp six of his other venues in an effort to boost dwindling audiences.

Unveiling the project on Wednesday, Sir Cameron urged people who had stayed away from London's theatres to return.

He told BBC News Online: "As long as people keep writing great new plays and put on great new productions, the West End is alive and well.

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Mackintosh's £35 million West End plans
by Sally Bramley for The Stage

Low ticket prices, a cleaner and safer Leicester Square and the first theatre to be built on Shaftesbury Avenue since 1931 were revealed as elements of Cameron Mackintosh's £35 million drive to rejuvenate West End theatre.

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