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Palace Theatre

Theatres & Operas
Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Trannies are most welcome
 
Palace Theatre
 (Branch of business: Theatres & Operas)
Address Shaftesbury Avenue
W1V 8AY London
Greater London, United Kingdom
Phone:0844 755 0016
 
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"Priscilla" has been trans...
"Priscilla" has been transferred BRILLIANTLY from the Screen to Stage - even to "Felicia" in her high heel shoe on the top of the bus, satin fluttering in the breeze.

If you are in London - A MUST

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