Book Tickets for Aladdin London

Aladdin: With stunning sets from multi-award-winning designer Bob Crowley and over 350 beautiful costumes, ALADDIN is an unmissable event in London theatre.


School of Rock

Book Tickets for School of Rock

School of Rock The Musical: Tickets are on sale for School of Rock The Musical which opens at the New London Theatre - booking from  24th October 2016.

BOOK TICKETS for School of Rock


Book Tickets for Cinderella

Cinderella: At the West End’s most famous theatre this Christmas as pantomime returns to the London Palladium for the first time in nearly 30 years.


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Tickets on sale for Lazarus a musical by David Bowie and Enda Walsh

Lazarus ticketsTickets are now on sale for Lazarus a musical by David Bowie and Enda Walsh at London’s King’s Cross Theatre, London.
Lazarus by David Bowie and Enda Walsh, direction by Ivo Van Hove, design by Jan Versweyveld. Inspired by the novel The Man Who Fell To Earth.
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    Kinky Boots is a show with a whole lot of sole
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    Mention must of course also go to the Angels, who light up the stage whenever they appear whilst at the same time displaying breath-taking athleticism in some truly vertiginous heels.

    Genni Trickett
  • Oresteia
    Oresteia is a highly intense, immensely moving exploration of revenge, justice, and family. The tension is thick from the first second, aided by a menacingly ticking clock and piercing stares, and there are times when you are afraid to move or even breathe for fear of disturbing the suspenseful silence onstage. This is a brave new adaptation, keeping the classic relevant and relatable to a modern audience.

    Grace Hans
  • Sunset Boulevard, the film, conjures up a close­up of Gloria Swanson as Norma Desmond, silent ­film star, eyes frightened and demonic – fingers semi­curled like lobster claws. Norma was once the brightest supernova in Hollywood, circa 1920 – until the advent of talking pictures snuffed out her desirability and her career.

    Loretta Monaco
  • I hope that now the show is closing a nationwide tour will be on the cards…fingers crossed. If you can get to see The 39 Steps at the Criterion Theatre before the 5th of September I would heartily recommend it – it’s a spiffing good night out.

    Sammi O'Neill

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