Any fan of London theatre must be aware of the buzz surrounding Cyrano De Bergerac, which is opening in November at the Playhouse Theatre starring that darling of film and TV – James McAvoy. While the star is a household name, the play itself may be somewhat less familiar, so what, exactly, is Cyrano De […]
After running for over a year on Broadway, Pretty Woman: The Musical transfers to the West End’s Piccadilly Theatre in 2020. This stage adaptation of the beloved 1990 romantic comedy features music by Bryan Adams and his long-time songwriting partner Jim Vallance, as well as a book by the film’s creators Gary Marshall and J. […]
The Les Misérables All-Star Staged Concert has finally hit the West End at the Gielgud Theatre after months of anticipation and stars some of the biggest names in Les Mis history. To celebrate this hugely popular new production of one of the most beloved shows in musical theatre history, we’ve taken a look at some […]
I couldn’t imagine a better venue for Inua Ellam’s The Barber Shop Chronicles than the Roundhouse. Traditionally a space for music gigs, this in-the-round theatre brings a carnival vibe to this colourful, bombastic show, creating an experience that will not be forgotten. The party atmosphere starts early. Before the show begins, the audience is invited […]
To celebrate SeatPlan launching in New York, we’re challenging Broadway fans to name as many shows made from Lego as they can. Take the quiz and see if you’re a Broadway Beginner, a Playbill Professional or a Musical Mastermind!
From The Inheritance to Six The Musical, the West End has no shortage of Broadway-worthy productions. Celebrate our sister site SeatPlan’s NYC launch with our top 5 on the transfer wish-list.
Fans of Hamilton, Hadestown, and Mean Girls unite! Never again will you have to worry about what seats to choose on Broadway with the new seating advice website.
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Edinburgh Fringe phenomenon SIX returns to the Arts Theatre in January for an extended year-long run. Oh, and did we mention the Queens are also performing in Chicago for a few dates, too? Not too shabby! Here are six reasons why you should get down and grab a ticket to see this show this year.
With so many brilliant musicals closing this month, and many theatres going into refurbishment periods, we took a sit down and decided what musicals we’d like to see take to the West End stage in the next few years.