Sisters Grimm

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From the creators of the Grammy® Award nominated sell-out show INALA, Sisters Grimm, are set to wow UK audiences again with a fabulous line up of talented Brazilian dancers, special guest dancer Nathalie Harrison from The Royal Ballet and narration by Jeremy Irons in their new show ‘VOICES OF THE AMAZON, at Sadler’s Wells from... Read more »

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour

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The National Theatre of Scotland's joyously raucous production transfers to the West End, after a hit run at the National Theatre – and a 2017 Olivier Award for best new comedy – 'Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour' is back to smash up the West End. The story is about a group of Catholic schoolgirls from a small Scottish town... Read more »

Carousel

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The English National Opera has recently started to showcase musicals with big names in addition to their famous Operas. Partnership with Michaels Linnit and Grade has given us Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel in Sweeney Todd and Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard. Now it is the turn of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical: Carousel with Alfie Boe and... Read more »

The Wild Party

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The Other Palace, formerly London’s St James Theatre, is holding a wickedly wild party to mark its re-launch. Under the ownership of Andrew Lloyd Webber, It gets off to a sizzling, dark and insinuating start with the UK premiere of Michael John LaChiusa's dazzling jazz-age musical, a show that premiered on Broadway in 2000 in... Read more »

Amaluna by Cirque du Soleil

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Back at the Royal Albert Hall by popular demand, Amaluna by Cirque du Soleil is a loose adaptation of The Tempest, which follows Miranda as she comes of age and falls in love on an enchanted island with the shipwrecked Romeo. Amaluna is packed with breath taking aerial stunts, astonishingly acrobatics and stunning symbolism. Cirque has gotten flashier... Read more »

Death Takes A Holiday

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Death literally does take a holiday in this musical version of the play that inspired 'Meet Joe Black'. This European premiere reaches Charing Cross Theatre after starting in New York off-Broadway in 2011. Reuniting artistic director Thom Southerland with composer and lyricist Maury Yeston, who also wrote the score for ‘Titanic’, which Southerland directed at Charing... Read more »

Thriller Live

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Thriller Live is a genuine crowd-pleaser and the legacy of Michael Jackson is such that it is a show for all ages, colours and nationalities at the Lyric Theatre, London to celebrate his incredible repertoire. The show has become a living memorial to him, and there's even a plaque in the theatre's foyer now marking... Read more »

Kinky Boots

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Now in its second year in London's West End, Kinky Boots remains one of the most uplifting musical in London. After opening on Broadway in 2013 where it went on to win the Tony Award for Best Musical, Kinky Boots features a score by Grammy® and Tony® winning pop icon Cyndi Lauper, with a book... Read more »