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Poll: Do you like LW Theatres as the new name for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Theatres?

Andrew Lloyd Webber said: "The arts have never been as vital as they are today". Photo: Nathan Johnson Andrew Lloyd Webber. Photo: Nathan Johnson
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Last week, Andrew Lloyd Webber announced he was changing the name of the theatre division of his company from Really Useful Theatres to LW Theatres. The organisation said the new name would help it communicate more effectively with a wider public and the business world. This week we’re asking: Do you like LW Theatres as the new name for Really Useful Theatres?

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