Tribute to British actress Lynda Bellingham

By | October 21, 2014

Monday is not a favourite day with most people, especially those with 9-to-5 jobs for whom it signals the start of another working week. It was especially unfavourable this week however as many woke to the news that British actress and presenter Lynda Bellingham had passed away. Bellingham, who was diagnosed with colon cancer in July 2013, died ‘in her husband’s arms’ on Sunday 19th October 2014. She was 66… Read More »

Sunny Afternoon release Cast Recording Album tracks

By | October 21, 2014

Sunny Afternoon, the critically acclaimed new musical, which tells the story of the early life of Ray Davies and the rise to stardom of The Kinks, has released seven preview tracks from the official cast recording album, released later this month. Book Tickets for SUNNY AFTERNOON Harold Pinter Theatre All 29 tracks on the album are performed entirely by members of the company, with John Dagleish as Ray Davies, George… Read More »

War Horse’s Joey and Michael Morpurgo at Tower of London Poppies

By | October 20, 2014

Yesterday (Sunday 19 October 2014), best-selling author Michael Morpurgo was joined by Joey, the life-size horse puppet and star of the National Theatre’s production of War Horse visiting the poppies installation at the Tower of London. Joey walked amongst the poppies and Michael Morpurgo planted a poppy and then returned to read the Roll of Honour. The puppeteers were Sam Clark (Joey Head), Robin Guiver (Joey Heart) and Derek Arnold… Read More »

Buying Theatre Tickets for London West End Theatres

By | October 20, 2014

When you book tickets via our website you can be sure that you are GUARANTEED to be purchasing a legitimate official theatre ticket. Our intention is to establish a customer base where people are content with their purchase, and will return again and again. Our website enables last minute 24/7 online bookings for theatre tickets from a live booking system, where customers can view their seat numbers before making payment… Read More »

IN PROFILE with Georgie Ashford from the cast of Barnum

By | October 18, 2014

Making the choice to pursue a career on the stage is one that is filled with equal amounts of risk and fulfilment. Performers have to deal with rejection, fierce competition, unsociable hours, constant judgement and job insecurity, which would be more than enough of a deterrent for most people. For those who have a blind love for live performance however, all the downsides of the industry are far outweighed by… Read More »

Alex Gaumond is the new Scoundrel in town

By | October 18, 2014

Alex Gaumond will replace Rufus Hound as Freddy Benson in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at the Savoy Theatre from 11th November 2014, with understudy Gavin Alex in the role until Gaumond takes over. A popular West End actor, Gaumond recently starred as Miss Trunchbull in the RSC’s Matilda at the Cambridge Theatre. His previous roles include Alberto Beddini in Top Hat, Galileo in We Will Rock You, and of course originating… Read More »

Sleepless in Seattle musical heading for the West End in 2015?

By | October 16, 2014

Inspiration for a new musical can come from any number of places, but the film industry has a long-established corner on the market, having produced many nuggets of musical gold over the years. Music-makers have tapped into the popularity of countless films to create stage counterparts, but it’s a practice that yields varying results. The musical adaptions of such films as Sister Act, The Bodyguard, Ghost and Once are some… Read More »