London New Archives: December 2000

    Hampstead theatre goes from strength to strength
  • Fast Lane to Pavement Rage Cure
    Slow coach shoppers could face fines for dawdling
  • Fun Fair for New Year's Eve
    But it'll pack up five hours before Auld Lang Syne
  • New Labour in Crime Crack Down
    More powers for police as Blair aims right for a second term
  • Duchess Dotty About Dalmations
    Fergie guest of honour at royal premiere
  • Show Must Go On at Flooded Almeida
    Tempest finds natural home among theatre's debris
  • From Mean Streets to Docklands
    De Niro buys London riverside flat
  • Calling Cards Get the Red Light
    Government in new legal drive to ban prostitues' phone box adverts
  • Battersea Power Circus
    Canadian troupe to pitch permanent tent in south London
  • Hague 'Plays Race Card'
    Neville Lawrence appalled at Tory Leader's anti-Macpherson line
  • Nunn: I'm Determined to Take Risks
    National Theatre revamp to favour diverse productions
  • Billy Blots Out Bad Language
    Award-winning Brit flick to be re-released with a U rating
  • Coast City Brighton
    Queen grants seaside town upgrade but snubs Croydon
  • One Pound Buys You the Dome
    Ticket price giveaway announced by P-Y Gerbeau
  • Archer Defends The Accused
    Show to go on despite patchy ticket sales

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