Legally Blonde, The Musical

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Legally Blonde the musical is the 2011 Laurence Olivier Awards winner for Best new musical. Is has been lauded as a fantastically fun time. A musical theatre experience that everyone will love. There are Legally Blonde widgets, wallpaper, and profile icons. The truly loyal fan can even look like Elle Woods with the bellapierre makeup kits.

Go to the website and one will find everything having to do with the character Elle Woods. There are downloads, a video gallery, and even a place where fans can sign up for Elle mail. If this is not enough to sate the Legally Blonde appetite, follow Elle and the cast on Twitter, sign up for the Legally Blonde newsletter, and friend them on Facebook.

The showtimes for Legally Blonde, The Musical are Monday through Saturday at 730pm. There are two Matinees on Thursdays and Saturdays at 230pm. Group rates are available for groups of 8 or more. School group rates includes a free teacher ticket for every 10 pupils. Be sure to book your group tickets through Ambassador Groups.

The Savoy Theatre is also offering a first time ticket lottery. Get your lottery ticket at the box office two hours before the opening curtain. Winners will be drawn on the same night 30 minutes after tickets are sold. The winners will get a substantial savings on the cost of up to 20 seats. To win, one must be present at the drawing and the seats must be paid for in cash.

The Savoy Theatre is located on the Strand in London. There are many ways to get to the theatre. If one chooses to get there by underground, take the Charing Cross/Embankment. There will then be approximately a 400m walk to the theatre. Bus routes are also available that can get the individual to the Savoy. If one chooses to use their own motorcar, there is parking within close proximity to the Theatre. Many lots will offer up to 50% off the parking fee with a valid ticket stub.

The Savoy Theatre is disabled friendly. While it is wheelchair accessible, individuals are asked to bring a non disabled companion with them for help. There are also radio receivers with headsets for the hearing impaired. The patron is asked to call ahead of time if they will need a headset to assure availability. There will be a small deposit required, it will be reimbursed upon return of the equipment. The Savoy Theatre also welcomes guide dogs in the auditorium.

When the show is over be sure to get your souvenirs and memorabilia. There are Bruiser stuffed toys, tees, and pink boas. Also available are programs, CDs of the musical score, headwear and other accessories. Fun for all.

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