Disney’s The Lion King Celebrates 15 Years in London

Disney’s The Lion King Celebrates 15 Years in London

Disney’s The Lion King Celebrates 15 Years in London’s West End on Sunday 19th October 2014 CRITICALLY-ACCLAIMED PRODUCTION REMAINS THE WEST END’S MOST POPULAR MUSICAL WITH OVER 810,000 GUESTS PER YEAR DISNEY GIVES AWAY 1500 TICKETS FOR THIS SUNDAY’S ANNIVERSARY PERFORMANCE TO LONDON THEATREGOERS FINAL DATES ARE NOW ON SALE FOR THE LION KING’S SELL-OUT…

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IN PROFILE with Dougie Carter from LES MISERABLES

The London production of Les Miserables celebrated a record-breaking anniversary this week, with 8th October 2014 marking 29 years in the West End for the beloved musical. The show has occupied several theatres in that time, and acknowledged the milestone moment in its current home at the Queen’s Theatre, where it has resided since transferring…

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National Youth Theatre new shows at Ambassadors Theatre

In my last blog post written earlier this week was a listed selection of ‘hot picks’ for shows coming to the West End in October, and featured amongst them were one or two National Theatre productions, which included an adaption of Romeo and Juliet for young audiences. The National is known for consistently producing work…

ONCE to close in London West End 21st March 2015
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ONCE to close in London West End 21st March 2015

Ronan Keating and Jill Winternitz as Guy and Girl will lead the cast in Once The Musical at the Phoenix Theatre until 21 March 2015 when the production will conclude its West End run before a European tour. Keating joins the internationally award-winning Once on 17th November, with press night on 25th November 2014. Based…

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London Theatre Preview: October 2014

Halloween, Bonfire Night, and not forgetting that dreaded C-word – Christmas. These are the three main culprits which will be taking up everyone’s time and energy over the next few months, not to mention all the shelf space in the supermarkets. A wonderful distraction  from the hullabaloo of the holidays is the always joyful experience…

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Interview with Gerónimo Rauch

Gerónimo Rauch began his singing career at the Piannissimo Music Academy in Argentina with Maestro Cristián Bruno, and continued with Maestro Rodolfo Valss. His theatre credits include playing Jean Valjean in Les Misérables at the Queen’s Theatre and in the Spanish version Los Misérables (Madrid and Barcelona), Mary Sunshine in Chicago, Jesus in Jesus Christ…