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East London‚s BIGGEST Festival of Theatre, the Waltham Forest Festival of Theatre 2008 takes place all week from Tuesday 11th March to Saturday 15th March 2008 at Lloyd Park Theatre, Walthamstow, London E17 5EH. This is the 27th year of the Waltham Forest Festival of Theatre and again each evening will see 2 or 3 three-quarter of an hour plays performed by theatre companies and drama groups from across East London and Essex. There are also four new plays written especially for the 2008 Festival. Entertainment for Everyone. All are welcome

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