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The Wizard of Oz is a Timeless Classic

Wizard Of Oz Tickets

1939 was a magical year in movies with the release of the timeless classic, The Wizard of Oz. The film has a young Julie Garland playing the role of Dorothy Gale. a 12-year-old farm girl from Kansas who is knocked over unconscious during a huge tornado. Both Dorothy and her dog Toto is apparently swept up in the violent storm and somehow dropped into the magical world of the Land of Oz. Dorothy walks on the, now infamous, yellow brick road to the Emerald City to ask the great Wizard of Oz to return back to her beloved home of Kansas. Her journey is shared with a number of characters who she meets including Scarecrow, Tin Man and a Cowardly Lion, who help her find her way home.

This magical and enchanting story has lived on in the hearts of Wizard of Oz fans ever since the release of the film and the Wizard of Oz musical tells this story on the West End stage. The Wizard of Oz musical encapsulates the magic of the film with the incredibly catchy and uplifting songs to help you take the journey with Dorothy. The story is still extremely popular with Wizard of Oz tickets being one of the hottest London theatre tickets around.

Found out how you can get your hands on Wizard of Oz tickets today by contacting our London theatre ticket specialists.

Written by LondonTheatreStore on 25 October 2010 10:02:00

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