Backstage Tours at the Duke of York's

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The Duke of York's Theatre, currently home to hit comedy Stones In His Pockets, was where the original production of James Barrie's Peter Pan took place in 1904 and - less ethereally - where theatre union Equity held its inaugural meeting.

Now the Duke of York's is joining larger theatres - like the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and the London Palladium - with its own backstage tour, which has plenty (as theatres tend to do) of ghostly goings-on to relate: a costume that tried to kill; an iron door which is heard to slam shut each night - even though it no longer exists; the woman who dominated the building for over three decades, whose ghost is still seen in the theatre.

The tour begins at 12 noon and lasts 75 minutes.

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—by Theatrenow

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