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News & features published on 23 May 2007
Young Vic theatre reveals new season plans

David Lan, artistic director of Waterloo's Young Vic theatre, has announced the venue's autumn season of productions.

Ministers in Hatfields for anti-drugs football match

Education secretary and Labour deputy leadership candidate Alan Johnson was amongst a team of Government ministers and MPs playing a football match in Hatfields on Wednesday.

Billy the Kid at the Unicorn Theatre

The Unicorn Theatre knows its audience; children. Billy the Kid, adapted from Michael Morpurgo’s book of the same name, is about an old man Billy, taking care of a teenager called Sam.

Barnstorm at the Union Theatre

"The events and characters depicted in this play are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, or to actual events is purely accidental."

Bermondsey fire causes London Bridge rail havoc

UPDATED: London Bridge and Waterloo East mainline stations were closed on Wednesday due to a fire in a workshop under railway arches in Bermondsey's Blue Anchor Lane.

Tories: London skyscrapers "should be stopped"

Shadow culture minister Ed Vaizey has accused the Government of being "in thrall to the skyscraper" and attacked plans for tall buildings at London Bridge, Blackfriars and Waterloo.

Lynton Road man jailed for murder

23-year-old Daniel Britton of Bermondsey's Lynton Road shot his best friend Dean Cronin.

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