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Sunday 23 October 2005, by Webmaster
Words & Music
Saturday, October 29
The Mermaid, London, UK
Matinee performance: 2pm
Evening performance: 7pm
Popular American actor and singer-songwriter James Marsters is returning to London to premiere a unique performance special.
Words & Music sees the versatile performer showcasing his latest songs and presenting an exclusive one-man theatre piece. James is currently selecting and working on material specially for his London theatre appearance.
Words & Music is being staged for two performances only at the Mermaid Theatre in London. The afternoon matinee performance on Saturday, October 29 , will be followed by an evening performance the same day.
Tickets are currently on sale from 0870 060 2565 or 0870 401 8181.
Telephone booking hours are 9.30am to 8pm daily. Tickets are also available in person from the Royal Festival Hall box office, level 2. The London box office is open daily to personal callers from 11am to 6pm. Online-booking from the Royal Festival Hall will be available from May 31.
Limited premium tickets are available for each performance for front and central seats and also entitle theatre-goers to a special signed gift from James. Lower-priced tickets are available for the rest of the auditorium.
Please note: please direct all ticket queries through the Royal Festival Hall.
A number of people have asked us about the format of Words & Music. It will be a theatrical performance, and thus we would expect people to behave as they would for any play. The use of all cameras, video cameras, tape recorders and mobile phone recorders in the theatre is strictly forbidden, as is smoking. Please also remember that whispering and talking can be distracting to other members of the audience and to the performer.
A free cloakroom will be available at the Mermaid and any digital equipment, such as mobile phones and watch alarms, should be turned off and deposited there along with all coats and bags. Any gifts for James can be given to his manager at the merchandise table in the foyer where a selection of CDs and photographs will be available.
Anyone found recording the performances will be asked to leave, and we reserve the right to bar anyone subsequently distributing any bootlegged recording of Words & Music from future events.
However, we appreciate that many people want a visual record of this unique event and so there will be official photographs of Words & Music. A selection of these will be put up on the website following the performances.