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Cameron Mackintosh Ltd 'AVENUE Q'Music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx'Book by Jeff Whitty'Directed by Jason Moore' 'No�l Coward Theatre, London (formerly the Albery Theatre)'Previewing from 01 June 2006 'Press Night: 28 June 2006 ''Pictured: Lucy The Slut.'Photography by Brinkhoff/M�genburg.  Please credit.'Distributed on behalf of Cameron Mackintosh Ltd by EPO Online (020) 7968 1560.  'Email: info@epo-online.com http://www.epo-online.com''For further press information, please contact:'Chamberlain AMPR on (020) 7240 5220'Email: ben@chamberlainampr.com'http://www.avenueqthemusical.co.uk''PERMITTED FOR USE IN NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, TV & INTERNET TO ACCOMPANY EDITORIAL IN CONNECTION WITH THE RSC. FOR ANY OTHER USE, PLEASE CONTACT EPO.''LIVE EDITORIAL PUBLICITY RIGHTS ONLY 'This image has been supplied for free use to accompany editorial, reviews and listings during the run of this production/cast only.  For any other uses, please contact EPO Online.
Cameron Mackintosh Ltd 'AVENUE Q'Music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx'Book by Jeff Whitty'Directed by Jason Moore' 'No�l Coward Theatre, London (formerly the Albery Theatre)'Previewing from 01 June 2006 'Press Night: 28 June 2006 ''Pictured: Lucy The Slut.'Photography by Brinkhoff/M�genburg. Please credit.'Distributed on behalf of Cameron Mackintosh Ltd by EPO Online (020) 7968 1560. 'Email: info@epo-online.com http://www.epo-online.com''For further press information, please contact:'Chamberlain AMPR on (020) 7240 5220'Email: ben@chamberlainampr.com'http://www.avenueqthemusical.co.uk''PERMITTED FOR USE IN NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, TV & INTERNET TO ACCOMPANY EDITORIAL IN CONNECTION WITH THE RSC. FOR ANY OTHER USE, PLEASE CONTACT EPO.''LIVE EDITORIAL PUBLICITY RIGHTS ONLY 'This image has been supplied for free use to accompany editorial, reviews and listings during the run of this production/cast only. For any other uses, please contact EPO Online.
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After nearly five years of mischief, bad behaviour and political incorrectness, London’s funniest show is coming to our region.

The Tony Award-winning Avenue Q is the irresistibly charming musical about the lovable hopeless characters on a downtown New York street trying to make sense of life’s burning issues: love, work, relationships and, above all, just how are you supposed to pay the bills with a BA in English?

Life may suck on Avenue Q but being jobless, homeless and politically incorrect are just some of the topics featured in the songs of this show.

Billed as an adult version of Seasame Street, Avenue Q tells the story of Princeton, a bright-eyed college grad who moves to NYC with big dreams and a tiny bank account. The only apartment he can afford is way out on Avenue Q, where everyone’s looking for the same things he is: a decent job, a stable relationship, and a “purpose.”

Avenue Q runs at the Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield, from March 28 to April 2. Tickets range from £17 to £31 and can be booked by calling (0114) 249 6000 or online at www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk.