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Readers interested in iconic stories of courage in the face of racial injustice, or middle class America in the late 1950s, or just great literature, would have something to celebrate.There were reduced-price previews from June 7 and there were four special preview performances in late May.The West End theatre has a capacity of 1,400 over its four levels, and has recently hosted Tickets are on sale now and are priced from £10 all the way up to £130.There were full marks flying right, left and centre from the rest of the critics, with only a few four stars pulling down the average a smidge.It officially opened on Saturday, July 30, 2016 at the Palace Theatre in London.