Which Stage Door?

Do you think of yourself as a bit of a London Theatre fan? Have you been hanging around too many stage doors waiting for autographs? Do you know what show's performers will be pouring out of these doors this Christmas? Have a go!
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Question 1
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
The Royal Opera House has performances for both the ballet fan and the opera buff. Coppélia is a magical Christmas treat and what about La traviata for an operatic feast.
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Question 2
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
It's one of the most iconic musicals in the history of London's Theatreland and, 30 years after it opened, it is still winning awards. Did you also know that the Phantom’s real name is Erik?
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Question 3
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
Did you look closely? I love peering through the doors and seeing what's going on inside.
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Question 4
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
I love this image, Sorry it is a bit fuzzy, but can you see the school uniform hanging up inside? I bet they don't celebrate Christmas at Crunchem Hall!
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Question 5
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
Yes, another visual clue for this one. As you can tell I took the photo during the last week of performances of Blood Brothers which famously ran at the Phoenix Theatre for a record breaking 24 years. Come From Away might be another long runner.
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Question 6
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
For many fans, the stage door is about as close as we will get to seeing our heros and heroines, as tickets for "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" are very hard to come by! But we now have ticket and hotel packages available, so this Christmas could be extra special! Which other stage door in London has the same inscription above it?
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Question 7
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
Wicked has just been voted the most aspirational musical in London. It is also Theatre Breaks' "Show of the Month"
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Question 8
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
I enjoy sitting at Mabel's restaurant opposite watching the cast and crew of what-ever show is on at the Adelphi come and go.
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Question 9
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
Finally, 9 - 5 has made it to London and, judging by the excellent reviews it got this month, it is going to be around for a long time!
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Question 10
Simon Harding (theatrebreaks.co.uk)
Olivier Award-winner Conor McPherson’s stunning new adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s masterpiece, UNCLE VANYA, is a portrayal of life at the turn of the 20th century, full of tumultuous frustration, dark humour and hidden passions.
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Less than three? Don't worry, as long as you can find your way to the front of the theatre, you will be OK. Unless you are an actor, in which case you are seriously running the risk of turning up for the wrong show!
4-6 out of 10. You obviously know your stuff and have picked up the odd autograph of some of those really special actors. I am sure to bump into you at a London theatre soon!
More than 7 out of 10, maybe even the Holy Graill of scores: 10 out of 10!
I didn't think anyone would get this many! congratulations: you are obviously a super-fan - or a very successful actor!