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Watch a complete musical. For free.

redcurtain - Watch a complete musical. For free. [A FREE Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 2-3 hours
Andrew Lloyd Webber is probably the most famous musical composer alive, and his musicals range from Joseph And His Technicolour Dreamcoat to smash hits Cats and The Phantom Of The Opera. As theatres are closed around the world, one production is being released, for free, to watch online throughout each Saturday, as part of his The Shows Must Go On project. See what today's is, and enjoy!
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Welcome to the Nice edition of A FREE Thing To Do Today: the curated guide to free things to do today in Nice. If you're in and around Nice, whether you're visiting, staying or living here, A FREE Thing To Do Today is here to help. We specialise in selecting awesome and often little-known events, attractions and activities specifically on and open today at no (or very little) cost, which are ready to see and do in Nice for anyone feeling curious, creative or cultural. Look at the idea above for something to do today, and get other intriguing things to do by reloading the page. Find out more about the site, or for comments, suggestions, corrections, donations, or to submit your things to do, email john@athingtodotoday.com. Or check out social media @athingtodo.

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