London West End Tickets and London West End News

Flash Sale for Harvey at the Theatre Royal Haymarket March 4, 2015 Harvey at theatre Royal Haymarket
HARVEY FLASH SALE Stalls & Royal Circle Seats Was £56.50 Now £35 – Save 36% Valid all performances except Saturday evening from 17th March – 15th April 2015 Mid Stalls & Side Royal Circle Seats Was £46.50 Now £30 – Save 33% Valid all performances except Saturday evening from 17th March – 15th April 2015 Rear Stalls & Upper Circle Seats Was £36.50 Now £19 Valid ...
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Lorna Luft to star in Judy Garland: The Life and Music of a Hollywood Legend March 3, 2015 Lorna Luft, pictured here with her mother, stars in the UK premiere of Judy Garland: The Life and Music of a Hollywood Legend
The industry is overflowing with people who possess star quality, but there are still certain actors/actresses, idolised the globe over, whose names command such attention and respect from theatre fans. The likes of Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler and Julie Andrews have all achieved a legendary status within the world of showbiz – one which will continue long after they have ...
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Kinky Boots The Musical London Tickets On Sale March 1, 2015 Kinky Boots The Musical Tickets
The UK premiere of Kinky Boots, the feel-good multi award-winning musical, will open in the West End on 15 September at the Adelphi Theatre, with previews from 21 August 2015. With a book by four-time Tony Award-winner Harvey Fierstein, music and lyrics by pop icon Cyndi Lauper, and direction and choreography by two-time Tony Award-winner Jerry Mitchell, Kinky Boots won ...
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Sunny Afternoon Show Of The Month Save over 40% March 1, 2015 Sunny Afternoon Musical
Sunny Afternoon tells the extraordinary life story of The Kink’s singer / songwriter Ray Davies on stage for the first time. Filled with the classic hits of The Kinks with music and lyrics by Ray Davies, a new book by Joe Penhall, direction by Edward Hall and design by Miriam Buether. SHOW OF THE MONTH Show of the Month Offer – Price ...
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In Profile with Jay Bryce February 28, 2015 Jay Bryce was recently seen in the international tour of Mamma Mia and will soon be travelling to Dubai for a production of Annie
If you are a regular theatre-goer, then you will see many shows and even more performers in your time. It is the principal cast that naturally tends to command the most audience attention, but there are always those in the ensemble who manage to capture a little of the spotlight themselves. These individuals may be in the less-prominent supporting roles, ...
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Review of Beautiful The Carole King Musical February 27, 2015 Beautiful The Carole King Musical
Beautiful opened on Broadway just over a year ago and has quickly made the transition to the West End. As a theatre fan and a Carole King fan, I knew this show could be something very special… and I was correct! The musical tells the story of Carole King from school girl through to recording the iconic album, Tapestry. But not ...
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Review of War Horse at New London Theatre February 27, 2015 War Horse
War Horse, for a very long time, hasn’t particularly taken my fancy. I’m not much of a historian and I’d pretty much always choose to use a theatre trip to see a piece of musical theatre. Only recently has my interest been piqued by many acquaintances seeing the production and unanimously reporting that they found it incredible. Having now seen ...
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War Horse No Booking Fee Offer London February 27, 2015 War Horse No Booking fee
At the outbreak of World War One, Joey, young Albert’s beloved horse, is sold to the cavalry and shipped to France. He’s soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary odyssey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man’s land.Albert cannot forget Joey and, still not old enough to enlist, he embarks ...
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London Theatre Preview: March 2015 February 26, 2015 Previewing some of the best shows opening in the West End in March 2015
With Christmas now a distant memory and the end of winter in sight, it’s time to say goodbye to cold, wet, windy days and welcome in the spring, bringer of new (hopefully warmer) weather, new life, and of course, new shows. It’s the season to celebrate rebirth, as trees turn green, flowers bloom and babies are born, and the West ...
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Hello Miss Saigon, it’s nice to have you back where you belong February 25, 2015 Miss Saigon
When Miss Saigon, adapted from Puccini’s Madam Butterfly, first came onto the scene during the golden age of the musical theatre, this melodrama, written by Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil, both the creators of Les Miserables and Richard Maltby Jr. was instantly loved by its critics and audience. It made the stage and screen actor Jonathan Pryce into an overnight ...
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Made In Dagenham Flash Sale – Tickets from £20 – Save up to 55% February 25, 2015 Made in Dagenham The Musical
MADE IN DAGENHAM THE MUSICAL FLASH SALE £69.50 tickets reduced to £34.75 £55 reduced to £27.50 £45 reduced to £20 It’s 1968, and the Ford auto factory in Dagenham is one of the largest private employers in Britain. In addition to its thousands of male workers, it employs 187 underpaid women machinists who assemble car seat upholstery in lousy working conditions. Shop steward Rita O’Grady ...
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March Cabarets and Concerts: Sunday In The Arts With… and West End Has Faith February 24, 2015 Cartoon Bird Singing
It’s getting near to the end of February, and this is about the time I start putting together a ‘preview’ list of the best plays and musicals opening in the West End the coming month as a recommended guide of sorts for theatre fans. I’ve often said that a well-staged cabaret or concert can be just as enriching an experience as ...
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