Olympic Games turn central London into 'ghost town'

Quote of the day: 'We're bleeding, darling.' - Nica Burns, chief executive of Nimax Theatres, tells the FT that the Olympics are keeping people off London's streets and away from the theatres.

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Last Updated: 02 Oct 2014
 ‘For my six theatres, last week was the worst this year. I think the Olympics are great – but I feel like I’ve been the bullseye for the archery,’ she adds.

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