18 Jun 2020
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Theatres across the country have closed due to concerns surrounding coronavirus / COVID-19

Coronavirus / COVID-19

A statement regarding customer bookings in relation to UK theatre closures due to coronavirus.

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20 Mar 2020
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A guide to watching theatre online

Watching theatre online – a guide to watching shows from your sofa

A guide on how to get your theatre fix from the comfort of your own sofa.

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3 Mar 2020
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West End Show Rumours – 2020

We predict what shows will open over the next year amid a few hot rumours going around the West End!

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7 Feb 2020
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West End Burn Book

Who is in the Mean Girl’s West End Burn Book?

Have you heard the fetchest news in all of Theatreland? The Plastics are set to crash the West End, as the long-awaited Mean Girls the Musical transfers to London in early 2021. Keep up to date on all the latest news about the London production here. Mean Girls the Musical premiered in 2017 in Washington, DC […]

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3 Feb 2020
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The Boy in the Dress – Review Round-up

The witty writing of David Walliams, the power-pop music of Robbie Williams and the stage pedigree of the Royal Shakespeare Company. The result of this remarkable collaboration of British entertainment megastars is The Boy in the Dress – a new musical based on Walliams’ novel of the same name, which opened at the Royal Shakespeare […]

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13 Jan 2020
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Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cinderella the Mucial

5 reasons to be excited about Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella

Andrew Lloyd Webber has recently announced that his new version of Cinderella is set to waltz into the West End later this year. Another version of Cinderella? Yes, Cinderella is one of the most popular fairy tales of all time – with too many stage adaptations to count – so, why should you be excited […]

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24 Oct 2019
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Whoopi Golderb and Jennifer Saunders in Sister Act the Musical at the Eventim Apollo

Where to sit for Sister Act at the Eventim Apollo (without breaking the budget)

Whoopi is back!! The chance to see Whoopi Goldberg reprise her iconic role as Deloris in a large-scale stage adaptation of Sister Act at the Eventim Apollo is too good to miss. Not to mention, she is joined by the delightful Jennifer Saunders as Mother Superior, surely, a match made in heaven. Shows (and Hollywood […]

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18 Sep 2019
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James McAvoy in Cyrano De Bergerac at the Playhouse Theatre, London

What is Cyrano De Bergerac about?

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 […]

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9 Sep 2019
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Samantha Barks as Vivian Ward and Andy Karl as Edward Lewis in the Broadway production of Pretty Woman: The Musical

What Do Theatre-Goers Think of Pretty Woman: The Musical?

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. […]

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20 Aug 2019
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The Ultimate Les Misérables All-Stars: OT’s Dream Cast

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 […]

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A statement regarding customer bookings in relation to UK theatre closures due to coronavirus.

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One of the beauties of the film Amélie is that very little happens. There’s no drama, no test of faith and no real obstacles to be overcome. And yet it’s mesmerising, whimsical and charming. So how could a musical adaptation live up to its following, especially when Yann Tiersen already created a fantastic score? Amélie […]

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