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Ack! I feel like a union scab -- I've realized too late that most Fodorites are shunning the sub-sections (and with good reason). So I'll ask this question here:

Does anybody know when the Christmas lights will be lit this year on Regent Street (and any word on which "celebrity" will flick the switch--or is that kept as a surprise)?

My other festive season question concerns pantomimes: I'm longing to see one, but will be leaving london on Dec. 15. Will that be too early to see a panto?

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