Talk:Shaw Theatre

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Currently this page is unnecessarily derivative of this page. The current text should be referenced to that page, rewritten where it merely repeats that page, and additional sources need to be found - particularly on the National Youth Theatre (which it was), a phase that probably represents the more important part of the theatre's history. Kbthompson 10:39, 15 July 2007 (UTC)

Help yourself, I know nothing about this theatre except having been there on a couple of occasions. I was just amazed it didn't have a WP page. Zargulon 14:19, 15 July 2007 (UTC)

New website[edit]

From a question on the Help Desk: the theatre website seems to have changed to www.shaw-theatre.com. However, www.theshawtheatre.com also refers to the Shaw Theatre. Can anyone confirm what the official website is? — QuantumEleven 10:55, 22 July 2009 (UTC)