Waterloo's Old Vic theatre celebrated the bicentenary of its opening in 1818 with a procession and street party on Saturday.
The procession – led by a marching band from Kansas Smitty's – began at the Laurence Olivier statue outside the National Theatre and made its way through the streets of Waterloo to The Old Vic, where a street party was held in Webber Street.
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