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Live music returns to central London in immersive format

By AFP
21 September 2020   |   9:00 am
Actors and musicians parade along the Thames to advertise 'Lockdown Town', a new immersive musical production that will be staged in tunnels under London's South Bank, in the hope of showing that the UK capital's hard-hit entertainment sector can resurrect itself from the coronavirus shutdown.

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