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10 WALDORF HILTON SERVES UP TENNIS-THEMED AFTERNOON TEA With Wimbledon upon us, The Waldorf Hilton is celebrating the oldest tournament in Britain by transforming the Homage Restaurant into its very own All-England Club until Monday 16 July. Offering a central London alternative to Murray Mound, guests are invited to experience the very best of British traditions whilst indulging in a spot of traditional high tea. Complete with tennis whites, artificial lawns and strawberries served with whipped cream, the tennis-themed afternoon tea and screening aims to bring the tournament to the heart of London’s West End. Whilst taking in all the action from the game, guests will be served a scrumptious assortment of Pimm’s jelly amuse bouche, protein ‘tennis’ balls, strawberries and clotted cream tarts as well as tennis court inspired mini Battenbergs. The Wimbledon Afternoon Tea will also include a classic selection of finger sandwiches, scones, and a choice of either quality Hope and Glory teas or free-flowing Prosecco. Designed by Rennie Mackintosh’s brother-in-law, Sir Alexander Marshall Mackenzie, The Waldorf Hilton has an iconic Edwardian façade bookended by two of the West End’s most prestigious theatres. Proud to have been welcoming guests since 1908, the hotel celebrates its 110th anniversary in 2018. AUTUMN SEASON AT WILTON’S MUSIC HALL The autumn season at Wilton’s Music Hall sees collaborations with forwardthinking theatre companies, era-defining playwrights and prestigious institutions, continuing what has been an impressive year of theatre for Europe’s oldest music hall. For the first time in its history, English National Opera will perform a piece at Wilton’s Music Hall as they present Paul Bunyan (3-5 and 7-8 September), Benjamin Britten’s retelling of the legend of the mythical giant, as part of its ENO Studio Live series. The initiative seeks to present the immense power of opera in intimate theatre environments, and the chance to see an iconic piece in such an atmospheric venue will be unmissable. From one classic reimagining to another, the renowned Watermill Theatre will bring its bold and beautiful retelling of Twelfth Night (12-22 September) to the magical surroundings of Wilton’s by way of a 1920’s speakeasy. Renowned for its progressive and collaborative approach to Shakespeare, Watermill Theatre have set this classic tale in the Roaring Twenties, where prohibition is rife and Europe is still reeling in the wake of war. Wilton’s also welcomes back Olivier Award-winning playwright James Graham (Ink, This House, Quiz) with his brand-new multi-authored play Sketching (26 Sept – 27 Oct). Inspired by Dickens’ first novel Sketches by Boz, the piece sets out to explore the diversity and intricate stories that make up London, using eight emerging writers picked out from a submission list of over 800 applicants who will co-author the works led and crafted by Graham. Directed by Thomas Hescott (Tory Boyz, The Act, Outings), this is a unique and observant piece celebrating the rich patchwork of people and narratives that make up our capital. Making their Wilton’s debut from 13-17 November are the ingenious BalletBoyz with Young Men, a poignant and powerful hybrid of live dance and film bringing to life their Rose d’Or award-winning film which chronicles the experiences of those sent to fight in The Great War. Performing to an evocative and mesmeric score by cult singer /songwriter Keaton Henson with choreography by Iván Pérez, the BalletBoyz dancers burst from screen onto stage as the two genres beautifully intertwine. In the rest of a jam-packed season, Wilton’s sees the return of the uproarious, good old-fashioned knees up that is Carradine’s Cockney Sing-along (6 August), showings of silent classics with the Pie Face Silent Comedy Film Festival (7-10 August) and the always wonderful OneTrackMinds (6 September). T H I S I S L O N D O N M A G A Z I N E • T H I S I S L O N D O N O N L I N E

SMASH HIT MUSICAL WICKED NOW IN ITS 12th YEAR Wicked, the ‘world class West End musical’ (Official London Theatre) that tells the incredible untold story of the Witches of Oz, is currently booking for all performances until Saturday 25 May 2019 at London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre, where it continues an openended run. When Dorothy famously triumphed over the Wicked Witch, we only ever heard one side of the story. Gregory Maguire’s ‘outstanding novel’ (The Independent), ‘Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West’, ingeniously re-imagines the Land of Oz, creating a parallel universe to the familiar story written by L. Frank Baum and first published as ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ in 1900. Wicked tells the story of an unlikely but profound friendship between two young women who first meet as sorcery students at Shiz University: the blonde and very popular Glinda and a misunderstood green girl named Elphaba. Following an encounter with The Wizard, their friendship reaches a crossroads and their lives take very different paths. Glinda’s unflinching desire for popularity sees her seduced by power while Elphaba’s determination to remain true to herself, and to those around her, will have unexpected and shocking consequences for her future. Their extraordinary adventures in Oz will ultimately see them fulfil their destinies as Glinda The Good and the Wicked Witch of the West. Experience this unforgettable musical and discover that you’ve not been told the whole story about the Land of Oz... Through its FOR GOOD programme, Wicked supports the remarkable work of UK charities: Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA); Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity), the National Literacy Trust and the Woodland Trust. Further information at www.WickedForGood.co.uk For tickets, telephone the Box Office on 0844 871 3001 Wicked at Apollo Victoria. Photo: Matt Crockett 11 T H I S I S L O N D O N M A G A Z I N E • T H I S I S L O N D O N O N L I N E

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