Young Frankenstein

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Young Frankenstein: Legendary filmmaker and comedian Mel Brooks brings his classic monster musical comedy Young Frankenstein to life on stage... Book Tickets Now!

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The Ferryman

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The Ferryman: After a sold out run at the Royal Court Theatre, Jez Butterworth’s new major drama The Ferryman transfers to the West End.

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Mamma Mia!

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Mamma Mia! Book tickets for our 'Show of The Month' and save up to 30% discount - book tickets from £25.00. Book now while stocks last for the best seats.

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KINKY BOOTS extends booking to 30th September 2017

Kinky Boots Extends BookingsKinky Boots, the huge-hearted, high-heeled hit, announces the opening of a new booking period to Saturday 30th September 2017. Kinky Boots at the Adelphi Theatre has become a popular show with UK theatregoers having won every major Best Musical award.
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  • Dead Funny
    Dead Funny ‘is simply a wonderful night out…’
    The first thing to say about Dead Funny is that it is very British and very much of its time and this is a really positive thing. The cast of five are magnificent throughout: Katherine Parkinson, Steve Pemberton, Ralf Little, Emily Berrington and Rufus Jones.

    Terry Eastham
  • 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
  • The Kite Runner at Wyndham’s Theatre: This is a hard-hitting play, running the full gamut of human emotion from the joy of an engagement to multiple tragedies – and not just at the hands of the Taliban. It’s truly felt by the audience, too: at various times hearty laughter ripples across the auditorium, other times audible weeping. A deep and challenging production.

    Chris Omaweng
  • Death Takes A Holiday at Charing Cross Theatre: This musical is dramaturgically ridiculous, and it knows it. For its characters to declare, as they do at one stage in the second half, that they are going to sit around and tell stories smacks of dramatic laziness to me. But I warmed to this sympathetic and bittersweet production by the end.

    Chris Omaweng

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