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Question 1: It marked the return of Macaulay Culkin to acting after a six year hiatus and also starred ________ and Madeleine Potter.
GenevaIrène JacobEnglandThree Colors: Red

Question 2: Madame Melville (18 October 2000 - 11 March 2001) by Richard Nelson, starring ________
Home Alone (film)Kieran CulkinMacaulay CulkinHome Alone 2: Lost in New York

Question 3: Duet for One (12 May 2009 - 1 August 2009 ) by Tom Kempinski, starring ________ and Henry Goodman
Jonathan PryceKenneth BranaghJuliet StevensonFiona Shaw

Question 4: The theatre then hosted ________'s comedy, The Bread-Winner in 1930.
W. Somerset MaughamBerlin CommitteeHar DayalM. P. T. Acharya

Question 5: In 2001 Ray Cooney's farce Caught in the Net, starring Russ Abbott and ________, had a ten-month run.
Spike MilliganEric SykesPeter SellersThe Goon Show

Question 6: After ________, the theatre prestented William Douglas Home's play, The Chiltern Hundreds, which ran for 651 performances.
World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 7: Swimming with Sharks (16 October 2007 - 19 January 2008) by Michael Lesslie, starring ________
ManhattanChristian SlaterWinona RyderHelen Slater

Question 8: In 1892, Thorne passed the lease to restaurateurs Agostino and Stefano Gatti, who were also the owners of the lease of the nearby ________, since 1878.
Adelphi TheatreVaudeville TheatreGarrick TheatreWest End theatre

Question 9: The Vaudeville Theatre is a West End theatre on The Strand in the ________.
Greater LondonLondon County CouncilCity of WestminsterCity of London

Question 10: ________'s Blithe Spirit was revived at the theatre in 1986, and Willy Russell's play Shirley Valentine played in 1988, starring Pauline Collins.
Noël CowardLaurence OlivierBitter SweetGertrude Lawrence







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