West Finish faces together with Shane Richie and Noah Thomas attend the official reopening of London’s arts and tradition district

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Shane Richie (Star of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theater – reopening May 20th), Noah Thomas (Star of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theater – reopening May 20th), stars of Magic Mike Live (The theater at the Hippodrome Casino – reopening May 21st), Holly Stars (Writer of Death Drop at the Garrick Theater – reopening May 19th) and others attend the official reopening of the West End.

After a 14 month embargo, the West End is proud to finally welcome people back to relive London’s home of art and culture.

As per government COVID guidelines, May 17 allows the official reopening of indoor entertainment (with social distancing) – including theaters, galleries, casinos, and cinemas – as well as indoor hospitality.

London is finally ready to welcome people back to the legendary West End. The arts and culture district has closed due to government COVID restrictions, but May 17 allows the official reopening of indoor entertainment – including theaters (with social distancing) and cinemas – as well as indoor hospitality.

To celebrate the reopening of the Heart of the London Business Alliance held a re-opening photo op with their members to showcase some of London’s most iconic stars and characters.

Recognizable faces were present: Shane Richie (Star of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theater), Noah Thomas (Star of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theater), Holly Stars (Author of Death Drop at the Garrick Theater), Jake Brewer (Star of Magic Mike Live London at the Hippodrome), Aaron Witter (Star of Magic Mike Live London at the Hippodrome), Sean Kelly (Bars manager / mixologist in Brasserie Z.It isof), Mark Lord (Head bead of the Burlington Arcade), Gena Krumova (Cinema companion at ODEON Luxe Leicester Square), Cllr Matthew Green (Cabinet Member for Economics, Licensing and Planning) and Ros Morgan (Managing Director of the Heart of London Business Alliance).

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Recognizable faces of the West End are officially reopening London’s arts and culture district as state restrictions ease from May 17th