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West End

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishWest EndˌWest ˈEnd noun   the West End
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West EndAt West End I turned north, not south, and started jogging again.It will mount productions in West End theatres, and hopes to sign star actors to short-term contracts.Nor is it a one-man vehicle, as Frankie Howerd's triumph in the original West End production might have suggested.He went past West End to Broadway, entering the first hamburger joint, sitting in the rear, and ordering tea.They were having a drink before a night out in the West End.Television and the boulevard drama of the West End and Chichester were her haunts in the 1980s and 90s.This production flaunts a major advantage the National has over traditional West End theaters, with their proscenium stages.
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