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The Nether Ticket Offer- Save 27% Book by 4th April 2015 April 1, 2015 The Nether Flash Sale
The Nether offers complete freedom – a new virtual wonderland provides total sensory immersion. Just log in, choose an identity and indulge your every desire. But when a young detective uncovers a disturbing brand of entertainment, she triggers an interrogation into the darkest corners of imagination. Winner of the 2012 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, The Nether is both an intricate crime drama ...
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London Theatre Preview: April 2015 March 31, 2015 Preview of some of the best new shows opening in the West End this April
It’s a new month, which brings with it 30 more days and a whole bunch of new shows in the West End. Joining the current crop of hit productions are a number of new musicals and plays, and here we have listed the top picks to help guide you through the next crop of shows coming to the West End ...
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Disney’s The Lion King third autism-friendly performance announced March 30, 2015 The Lion King
Following the popularity of the dedicated Autism-Friendly Performances in 2013 and 2014, a third dedicated performance of Disney’s THE LION KING has been announced for Sunday 30th August 2015 at 1:30pm. Tickets now on sale. THE LION KING staged the West End’s first dedicated Autism-Friendly Performance in April 2013. Working with The National Autistic Society, the UK’s leading charity for people with autism ...
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Last Minute Theatre Ticket Offers This Week March 30, 2015 Theatre Seating
Fancy a trip to the theatre this week in London? Book for shows opening in 2015? There is such a wide variety of productions in the West End at the moment – something for all the family. From popular long-running musicals to new shows opening in 2015. There are also plays on offer for those that prefer a more thoughtful night at ...
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Last Minute Memphis The Musical Ticket Offers March 28, 2015 Memphis The Musical Offer
Four Tony Awards in 2010 including ‘Best Musical’ and with 9 nominations at the Olivier Awards 2015, making it the most nominated show in 2105. Memphis has hit the West End in top gear and is now one of London’s hottest new shows. With audiences exhilarated by its electrifying original music, soaring emotion and roof-raising energy, Memphis The Musical is one of the ...
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In Profile with Owain Rhys Davies March 28, 2015 davies
The UK theatre industry is very fortunate to have such a high volume of insanely talented stage performers working in it, and our friends across the Atlantic are even more fortunate that we share a few of our stars with them from time to time. Ramin Karimloo is of course currently wowing US audiences as Jean Valjean in the Broadway ...
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Joey and cast of War Horse in Wear a Hat Day for Brain Tumour Research March 27, 2015 War Horse Wear a Hat Day
Joey the equine star of War Horse got together with fellow cast members and thousands of people across the UK participating in Wear A Hat Day for Brain Tumour Research. The moving tribute took place in memory of 60-year-old Victor “Vic” Hamilton, a driver at the National Theatre, who lost his life to a brain tumour in March, National Brain Tumour ...
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Familiarity breeds contempt: Is the West End playing a dangerous game? March 26, 2015 Familiarity breeds contempt... Is the West End playing a dangerous game?
All too often recently, I’ve heard the word ‘familiarity’ used in conjunction with musical theatre. On the surface, there doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with that; it does project the image of intimacy and fondness after all, and that can’t be a bad thing right? Have you ever heard the saying, ‘familiarity breeds contempt’ though? The meaning behind it ...
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New cast announced for Charlie and The Chocolate Factory March 25, 2015 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
As the musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, directed by Sam Mendes, approaches its second anniversary at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, producers today announced the cast that will take it into its third year. Alongside Jonathan Slinger as Willy Wonka will be Kraig Thornber (Grandpa George), Lara Denning (Mrs Bucket) and Mark Oxtoby (Jerry), among other new names. Originating company ...
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Sharon D. Clarke cabaret at The Pheasantry March 24, 2015 Sharon D. Clarke performs her solo cabaret show at The Pheasantry on Sunday 29th March 2015
Today (24th March) is the last performance of Broadway composer Charles Strouse’s cabaret at The Pheasantry in London. The Tony Award-winning composer of over 30 musicals, including the hit Broadway musicals Annie and Bye Bye Birdie, appeared at the popular live performance venue in the heart of Chelsea for a three-night run of his first ever cabaret performance in the ...
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In Profile with Zoe Doano March 21, 2015 Zoe Doano is currently appearing in the TAC production of Sweeney Todd
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is one of Sondheim’s best-known works. The grisly musical has been staged all over the world since its award-winning début on Broadway in 1979, and was last seen in London when the Chichester Festival Theatre production starring Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton transferred to the Adelphi Theatre for a West End run. ...
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New production images of War Horse London 2015 March 21, 2015 War Horse No Booking fee
At the New London Theatre, the home of Michael Morpurgo’s celebrated War Horse, the National Theatre’s acclaimed stage production recently extended bookings for the West End production to 13th February 2016. In its eighth year, and having now been seen by over 6 million worldwide, a new cast of 26 actors and 12 puppeteers joined the company this month led ...
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