(PRWEB) November 15, 2007 — India’s premier airline Jet Airways have announced their sponsorship worth 15 million rupees for the London original cast album of the Lord of the Rings that is currently being recorded. The stage version of Lord of the Rings, which is now booking three months in advance, opened at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in June 2007, and has proved to be a huge hit with reviewers and audiences alike. The first major stage adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic, the Lord of the Rings (http://www.lotr.com/), has now been seen by over 300,000 people in London. Continue reading “Jet Airways pays 15 million rupees for The Lord of the Rings”

LONDON (Reuters) – The Lord of the Rings went 21st century on Tuesday — theatregoers can now purchase tickets for the London musical by mobile phone. Mobile phone company 02 set up a service for customers to buy up to 10 cut-price tickets at Tuesday performances of the West End musical. 02 hailed the technological breakthrough as a way to combat ticket touts, reduce administration costs and provide a more environmentally friendly solution to paper tickets. Continue reading “Middle Earth calling: Lord of the Rings on mobile”