Gems for Autumn Treats

Autumn’s here and sometimes there are grey days not even crisp colourful leaves or hot chocolates can save. For those days, we have here a perfect Mix&Match list to get some sparkle back into your life.

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on our list, of course WICKED. Not only our October giveaway prize, but also something magical and so spectacular that it’s always the perfect time to be WICKED, ahm see WICKED of course.

Based on the best-selling book by Gregory Maguire, Wicked is the extraordinary musical performed at the Apollo Victoria Theatre that focuses on the plight of one blond, popular girl and a green-faced brunette who are feted to become the most celebrated witches in history.
In this remarkable fantasy world of wizards and witches the audience will be spell-bound by this unique tale of friendship. Our two magical girls are about to attend Shiz University where they will make choices that we see them fulfil separate futures. Only then will you suddenly realise that you know only a part of the story of Oz.

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Has to be ANNIE. Not only are the kids fantastic, but the part of Miss Hannigan will soon be played by Actor and comedian Meera Syal who takes control of the orphanage from 27 November, just in time for Christmas!
Set in 1930s New York during The Great Depression, brave young Annie is forced to live a life of misery and torment at Miss Hannigan’s orphanage. Her luck changes when she is chosen to spend Christmas at the residence of famous billionaire, Oliver Warbucks. Meanwhile, spiteful Miss Hannigan has other ideas and hatches a plan to spoil Annie’s search for her true family… With a much-loved score including the classics. It’s A Hard Knock Life, Tomorrow and Easy Street, Annie will charm and delight audiences of all ages.

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Just fresh out with previews starting this Thursday (26/10/2017)
GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS is not to be missed. Christian Slater leads a killer ensemble cast in the return of David Mamet’s cult classic play Glengarry Glen Ross, which sees a team of cut-throat real estate agents strive to close sales – by any means necessary. Pitched in a high-stakes competition against each other, four increasingly desperate employees will do anything, legal or otherwise, to shift the property. As time and luck start to run out, the mantra is simple: close the deal and you’ve won a Cadillac; blow the lead and… The trailblazing modern classic, directed by Sam Yates, runs at the Playhouse Theatre for a strictly limited 14-week West End season.

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OSLO this beauty transferred from the National to the West End and is playing their season at the Harold Pinter theatre.
In 1993, with the eyes of the world watching and the global press gathered for a momentous occasion, the leaders of Israel and Palestine shook hands on the lawn of the White House. But few observers could have known that the negotiations leading up to this iconic moment started secretly in a castle in the middle of a forest outside Oslo. This political thriller shows how one young Norwegian couple, arranged and orchestrated high-level meetings between the State of Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organisation, ultimately culminating in the historic signing of the 1993 Oslo Accords.

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VENUS IN FUR is about to set new standards in theatre and at home at the Royal Haymarket Theatre for its limited season. Natalie Dormer and David Oakes star in the West End premiere of David Ives’ critically acclaimed Broadway smash hit, VENUS IN FUR. Enigmatic actress Vanda Jordan appears unannounced for an audition with director Thomas Novachek. She’s determined to land the leading role in his new production – despite seeming wrong for the part. Over one evening in downtown Manhattan their charged meeting becomes a seductive dance to the end. Directed by Patrick Marber, VENUS IN FUR is an intoxicating dark comedy of desire, fantasy and the innate love of fur.

Big Fish

BIG FISH is going to be a hit. The latest coup from The Other Palace theatre this musical will also be your winter favourite. What is it to really know your own father? Meet Edward Bloom, an ordinary man, and an extraordinary father. He has always told his son tall tales filled with beauty, love and imagination but when his son confronts him about what is truth and what is fiction, they go on a life-affirming journey that will change them forever. This gem is bursting with heart and humanity, Big Fish The Musical will leave you holding on to your family and friends just that little bit tighter.

School Of Rock

School of Rock. Already a classic and the perfect half term treat. Based on the iconic, hit movie, this irresistible new musical follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn an extra bit of cash by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. There he turns a class of straight–A pupils into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. But can he get them to the Battle of the Bands without their parents and the school’s headmistress finding out? SCHOOL Of ROCK is a musical treat for all ages. So please, bring your air guitar and unleash your inner rock god!

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The sassiest of them all. KINKY BOOTS is now in its third year in the West End and still rocking it. Kinky Boots takes you from a gentlemen’s shoe factory in Northampton to the glamorous catwalks of Milan. Charlie Price is struggling to live up to his father’s expectations and continue the family business of Price & Son. With the factory’s future hanging in the balance, help arrives in the unlikely but spectacular form of Lola, a fabulous performer in need of some sturdy new stilettos.

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For all those MOTOWN fans out there, this is for you. Can’t decide if The Supremes are better than The Marvelettes or if Smoky Robinson is your Marvin Gaye, than this musical is for you. The Musical brings its tale of Motown founder Berry Gordy and the acts he discovered to the Shaftesbury Theatre. The Broadway hit charts the story of how Gordy, with just $800 borrowed from his family, goes from featherweight boxer to heavyweight music mogul, discovering and launching the careers of artists including Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Marvin Gaye. Uncovering the true story of the legendary record label that changed music history and created the soundtrack of a generation, Motown The Musical features a score of 50 Motown tracks including Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, I’ll Be There, Dancing In The Street, Stop! In The Name Of Love, My Girl, I Heard It Through The Grapevine and For Once In My Life.

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This is our hidden gem, opening in November it’s the perfect thing for those grey days. This coming-of-age musical is a modern day fairy-tale based on the true story of a 16 year-old with a secret to tell – and dreams to realise. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie tells the tale of Jamie New: sixteen, not quite fitting in on a council estate in Sheffield – but with a bit of help, supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies, and steps out of the darkness into the spotlight to become a sensation, in a fearless, funny, fabulous brand new musical sensation.

Nothing on the list you liked? Not a problem, we have more shows and plays we can offer. Just browse the website or ring us on 02070872920. You can chat with us on Facebook or Twitter to connect with us and other customers to find your perfect show this autumn.
Happy Halloween and we see you for the Christmas season.

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Cool Shows for Warm Summer Nights

We know summer’s the perfect time to get everyone together and enjoy a fantastic show in the West End. Though what is there to see?

Have you ever looked a bit further than Matilda, The Lion King or Aladdin? If not, we have the perfect guide for you to explore the many show London West End has to offer. This will bring a smile to your face and  make your kids happy.

This is our list of fabulous summer treats for the whole family. WARNING! Spontaneous outbursts of joy and laughter might happen during reading.

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LITTLE BEASTS are taking over The Other Palace theatre every Thursday, Friday and Saturday for July and August. The dark and imaginatively comic musical follows a selfish little girl who runs away from home and discovers a magical menagerie filled with animals that used to be children before their naughtiness brought them to untimely ends. When the menagerie’s menacing proprietor tasks her to choose one animal to set free, she must decide which one, if any, has learned its lesson. But things are not what they seem, and is any child truly naughty? Age recommendation 7+ yrs.

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WHAT THE LADYBIRD HEARD lands this summer at the Lyric theatre. Two crafty robbers, one tiny ladybird, and a whole farmyard of fun! Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len have a cunning plan to steal the farmer’s fine prize cow. But they reckon without the tiniest, quietest creature of all: The Ladybird has a plan of her own!

With live music, puppetry, plenty of audience participation and lots of laughs! A glittering treat for all the family. Recommended 3+ yrs.

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The Garrick theatre has two fabulous show on this summer. Gangsta Granny and Horrible Histories.  Both promise heaps of delicious fun for all ages.


Ben is bored beyond belief after he is made to stay at his grandma’s house. She’s the boringest grandma ever: all she wants to do is play Scrabble and eat cabbage soup. But there are two things Ben doesn’t know about his grandma.

1) She was once an international jewel thief.
2) All her life, she has been plotting to steal the Crown Jewels, and now she needs Ben’s help…

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So it’s time to prepare yourselves for Horrible Histories live on stage with the all-new production of BARMY BRITAIN – PART TWO!

Can you beat battling Boudicca? Has William Wallace met his match? Can evil Elizabeth entertain England? Will King Charles keep his head? Would you stand and deliver to dastardly Dick Turpin? Escape the clutches of Burke and Hare and move to the groove with party Queen Victoria! Don’t miss this horrible history of Britain with the nasty bits left in!

After the sell-out success of Barmy Britain comes the return of BARMY BRITAIN – PART TWO for a special summer season!

Running time: 1 hour 10 minutes
Recommended age 6 to 106!

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And for more grown-up kids, there are;


Marking the 20th anniversary of its explosive British debut, Enda Walsh’s Disco Pigs comes to Trafalgar Studios starring Evanna Lynch and Colin Campbell. Born at the same time on the same day in the same hospital, Pig and Runt have been inseparable ever since. They speak in their own language, play by their own rules, and create a world for themselves in which boundaries blur between truth and illusion. Until, on their seventeenth birthday, they discover something more. As night falls, and the disco and drink take hold, they spiral violently out of control. As we follow these two extraordinary teenagers through the streets of Cork City, drinking and dancing their way into the night, we witness with startling clarity how the nature of friendship can be changed forever.

IMPORTANT INFO: stroking lights during the show. Age recommendation 14+yrs.

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Its story takes us to Edinburgh and it is set over the course of one day. We are introduced to a group of six Catholic girls whose world has so far been confined to a small Scottish town. Now they find themselves in a large city and they go through all of the emotions that life can throw at them. It is a coming of age story about friendship that has captured imaginations and left audience members with smiles on their faces.

Along the way there are also musical numbers, many of which from the back catalogue of Electric Light Orchestra, but also pieces by Mendelssohn, Bach and Bob Marley.

IMPORTANT INFO: rude language, flashing lights, pyrotechnics, sexual references, excessive drinking, and extensive use of the smoke machine.

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A fresh new perspective for an old classic. At the beginning of Half A Sixpence Arthur Kipps is an orphan who works a draining job and by the end of it he has been through many ups and downs as he is granted a major change that brings some big decisions.

An inheritance grants him a huge windfall and this new wealth brings him into contact with Helen Walsingham, who is providing him with a new look, whilst someone from his old life, Anna Pornick looks on.

A beautiful production and charming coming of age story who casts its magic over audience and cast alike. Not to be missed as it closes its doors September 2nd.  Age recommendation: 8+ yrs half a sixpence(images: google)


Another smash hit at the Garrick theatre this year. YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN is opening its doors at the beginning of September. The story introduces us to New York City-dweller Frederick Frankenstein, a man often annoyed at people asking about his more famous grandfather Victor Von Frankenstein. But whilst he tries to escape this aspect of his family’s legacy he soon finds his life turned around by it as he inherits his grandfather’s Transylvania property and heads out to Europe to investigate. Soon he realises that he has a bigger passion for his grandfather’s work than he ever realised!

The parody horror musical also contains some memorable songs that range from He’s Loose to Transylvania Mania, which are certain to bring the house down.

Age recommendation: 16+ yrs.

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Classic summer shows are also always a hit. Take THE LION KING, the story of Simba and his friends. Who overcome all obsticales to make him the true ruler of the jungle. Age recommendation: 3+ yrs.lion kingALADDIN. The story of  love, friendship and a flying carpet. Agrabar is now in the heart of the West End. Beautiful songs, full of colours and a genius Genie. A recipe for success.  Age recommendation: 3+yrs.

aladdinBoth Disney productions enchant thousands of theatre goers every year around the globe.

As well as ANNIE. Miranda Hart stars as Ms Hannigan in the new production until September 17th.  Annie with the heart of gold who in search for her lost parents encounters friendship and a new parent in a cold-hearted billionaire.

Age recommendation: 5+ yrs.

annieWICKED got two new witches this summer and it is still a joy to see. The two witches from The Wizard of Oz. In Wicked, we learn how these two characters came to be. One of them is Glinda, a beautiful and popular girl with high ambitions, whilst the other is Elphaba – cursed with pearl green skin, shunned by her classmates and full of intelligence. Pretty soon their relationship develops into a bitter playground rivalry, one that will mirror the battle between the two later in their lives as they both grow up to become figures we recognise from Dorothy’s adventure – Glinda the Good Witch and Elphaba the Wicked Witch of the West.  Age recommendation: 7+, under 5 year-olds will not be permitted.

wickedMATILDA tells the story of the title character – a girl that has been bestowed with extraordinary intellect from an early age. Having read all of the books in her house before the age of 5 she proceeds to the local library and reads all the children’s books there, before moving on to school where her intellect continues to give her advantages and disadvantages. Then she happens upon another gift – psychokinetic powers – which she is able to use to punish all of those that deserve it.  Age recommendation: 6+yrs. Under 6 year-olds will not be permitted.

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C’mon dad, let’s go

Father’s Day is much more dreading than Mother’s Day. It is not entirely clear why, but let’s be honest; it is so much easier to shop for mum, than it is for dad. Can you hear me sigh?
Take it from me, my dad never wants anything. Well, that is not entirely true, when I was younger he told us he would be happy if we tidied our room as a Christmas or birthday present for him. Not necessarily the ideal gift a 9-year-old has in mind for their dad. So we laughed or rolled our eyes and bought him shower gel instead. Be as it might, father’s day is around the corner and we need ideas, fast. Well, there is the option of perfume or a shirt or maybe even renting him a sports car and heading out to the country side. Yeah, been there done that, got the ‘But-I-said-I-didn’t-want-anything’ speech.
So what could you do if you’re in the same or similar situation like me?
How about some quality family time? Head out to London for the weekend? See the sights, have dinner and treat your wonderful father to a West End show? Brilliant idea, I know. To make things easier for you and to avoid discussions on why Matilda is not the show he wanted to see, let us offer you some shows that we’re sure would make every father out there feel extra special. (We had discussions in the office about that, several long ones.) Nothing against Matilda though, all dads love to see their kids happy as well. 😉
When your dad still dreams about being a Rock star; take him to see SCHOOL OF ROCK. The movie was a hit and Andrew Lloyd Webber gave it a brilliant once over. Hey, if Jack Black loves it, your dad will love it too. Shhh… the best thing, it shows 2 twice on Saturday and once on Sunday afternoon.
The latest addition to Rock musicals is BAT OUT OF HELL. Meat Loaf my friends. Not talking about the dinner option here, although… nah. His and Jimmy Steinman’s greatest hits. Had their world premiere on June 5th at the Colosseum. This stage is perfect of it. The perfect Friday or Saturday night choice should you make a weekend out of it.
If you want to turn it into date night for your dad and his better half (and you yourself can head off to see An American in Paris or The Girls), why not go classic with a classic? THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is a good choice, it has been enchanting people for more than 20 years now.
Or a more recent addition but still a classic; HALF A SIXPENCE. It is the talk of the town right now. It’s not on for much longer and definitely a treat. This is our hidden gem as far a musicals go.
If your dad is more a fan of plays, we can sort you out as well. LOVE IN IDLENESS or THE PHILANTHROPIST are both captivating comedy plays with brilliant stories and amazing casts to boot. And if he needs a real pick me up, you can take him to THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG or their other stroke of genius THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY. Both play Saturday and Sunday, twice each day. That gets you sorted.
Still, THE MOUSETRAP is the grand dame in the West End. Go see it, and turn it into a tradition. When your time comes, ask your children to go see that with you, as you’ve seen it with your dad before, so it’s a tradition after all.
Also, we can offer entertainment shows as well. STOMP has been a hit for many years with its energy and various styles of performing arts. The latest edition to that is TAPE FACE. A brilliant mime comedy show.
I hope this little collection helps you to find a sparking idea on what to do with your dad on Father’s Day. Please fear not, we do sell for over 40 West End shows. That’s a lot of tickets, so even there’s nothing on our list right now, our team can definitely help you to find the perfect show this Father’s Day. Pop by in Leicester Sq. (48 Cranbourn St.) or in our booths at Westfield Shopping Centres. You can ring us as well, call 02070872920 and book comfortably over the phone. We’re there for from 10.00-19.00 every day.
Until next time.

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6 Best Musicals for Mother’s Day 2017

We all want to celebrate those closest to us in our lives and what better way than spending some quality time at a West End show. Treat the female role model in your life with a day out in London she’ll remember forever. Just a reminder; Mother’s Day is Sunday 26th March 2017.

Les Miserables

This worldwide phenomenon has now played for over 30 years in London’s West End, beginning at the Barbican, then transferring to the Palace Theatre before moving to the Queen’s Theatre, which it has called home since April 2004. This musical features a wealth of interwoven story lines, including the tragic tale of Fantine and her daughter Cosette. We don’t want to give away too much but Fantine’s undying love for her child supersedes adversity, culminating in her giving her child the best life she can. There won’t be a dry eye in the house!

Les Miserables at the Queens Theatre

Mamma Mia!

This ABBA jukebox musical has one of the best on-stage mothers in recent memory. Donna Sheridan is sassy, funny and a bit insecure, but best of all, warm-hearted to both her daughter and her friends. The tale of a mother and her grown up daughter’s relationship will make you both laugh and cry as they plan for her upcoming wedding. Bonus: you get to listen to the music of ABBA as the story is told.

Mamma Mia at the Novello Theatre


Despite the lack of mothers in this musical, it is this absence which makes this story a must-see close to Mother’s Day 2017. Elphaba’s mother tragically dies in childbirth after giving birth to an emerald green child. Consequently, Elphaba’s Father (the Govenor of Munchkinland) attempts to ensure his second child doesn’t meet the same fate – unfortunately, this attempt ends tragically. It is heart-warming to see the “Wicked Witch of the West” grow up into a feisty, strong and compassionate character in spite of her circumstances. Through the help of her friend Glinda, she overcomes the guilt and grief of her mother’s death.

Wicked The Musical at the Apollo Victoria Theatre

Motown the Musical

This musical will excite and delight all those who grew up in the Motown era or benefited from its influence. Featuring music from Smokey Robinson, Lionel Richie, The Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye, Edwin Starr and Diana Ross, this musical tells the story of Berry Gordy and Motown records. Motown the Musical has been a smash hit on both sides of the pond and has recently extended its run until 24 February 2018.

Motown The Musical

Beautiful – The Carole King Musical

This jukebox musical tells the story of renowned singer-songwriter Carole King using her own music. Featuring songs including ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow’, ‘One Fine Day’, ‘Chains’, ‘You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman’, ‘I Feel the Earth Move’, and of course, ‘Beautiful’, you won’t be able to resist a night at the Aldwych Theatre with your mum, dancing the night away.

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Jersey Boys

It just so happens that Mother’s Day 2017 coincides with the last performance of the Jersey Boys in the West End, so we’d recommend an early Mother’s Day treat if you’re wishing to see this show. To avoid disappointment on the big day, book sooner rather than later as there’s currently extremely limited availability for tickets on the weekend of 25-26th March – a weekday performance beforehand may be ideal.

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Why not make your day extra special, and take a trip on the London Eye? With a choice of regular entry or fast-track, you can make the most of your day!


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Romantic West End Shows for Valentine’s Day

If you’re looking for an engaging and entertaining activity for Valentine’s Day then we’ve got just the ticket(s).

The Best West End Shows for Couples

The theatre is an amazing choice for a date for so many reasons. It’s more of a treat than going to the cinema and more intimate than going to a gig. It’s also an excuse to make a bit more of an effort – in the opulent surroundings of the West End you’ll have no qualms getting dressed up for each other.

A shared emotional experience will also bring you closer together – and there’s nothing quite like the raw emotion of musical theatre. So take your Valentine to one of these shows this Tuesday and watch your relationship blossom.

The Phantom of the Opera

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The award-winning musical by Andrew Lloyd-Webber is a beguiling tale of love, loss and longing.

A beautiful and talented young soprano, Christine Daeé, becomes the object of obsession for a disfigured musical genius – the Phantom – who’s hiding in the sewers below the French opera house where Christine is a chorus girl.

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What does 2017 have in store for the West End?

2017 West End Shows


With so many new shows opening in London’s West End this year, we’ve rounded up the best musicals and plays that you simply won’t want to miss…


Victoria Palace Theatre – from November 2017
(Tickets available from 30th January 2017)

Hamilton - An American Musical

The show that needs no introduction arrives in London from November 2017.

Winner of multiple awards (including more than one Tony award), the show is written by the Oscar nominated Lin-Manuel Miranda (whose previous work, In the Heights, has just finished a successful run at the King’s Cross Theatre). It has a unique blend of musical styles such as R&B, rap, blues, and our firm favourite, musical theatre.

The show follows the turbulent life of America’s previously unsung hero, Alexander Hamilton: the creator of the Coast Guard, founder of the New York Post, writer of 51 of the Federalist Papers, and most notably, the first American Treasury Secretary.

Tickets are strictly only available from from 30th January 2017 at midday. So, cancel your meetings and set an alarm! Trust us: you do not want to miss this phenomenal show.

The Glass Menagerie:

Duke of York’s Theatre – from 26th January 2017

The Glass Menagerie

After the roaring success of A Streetcar Named Desire at the Young Vic and St. Ann’s Warehouse in New York, we are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie.

Following a multi-Tony Award-nominated run on Broadway, and a sold-out season at the Edinburgh International Festival, this highly anticipated play is coming to the stages of London.

Olivier and Tony Award-winning director John Tiffany (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two, Let the Right One In, Black Watch) revives his visionary staging of this heart-rendering masterpiece about a family struggling to survive on hopes and dreams.

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Apollo Theatre – from 3rd February 2017


Tom Stoppard’s comedy of art, love and revolution features James Joyce, Tristan Tzara and Lenin as remembered (and misremembered) by Henry Carr, a minor British Diplomat in Zurich in 1917.

When Gwendolen and Cecily wander in from ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, Henry’s mind wanders too. He was Algernon in a production in Zurich, but who was the other one?

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The Boys in the Band


Vaudeville Theatre – from 7th February 2017

The Boys in the Band

Mark Gatiss stars in this strictly limited West End transfer of the first major revival of this iconic play in two decades.

Razor sharp and packed with wit, The Boys in the Band is fresh, startling and brilliantly entertaining. We guarantee that you will not regret seeing this.

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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Harold Pinter Theatre – from 22nd February 2017

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf stars British acting legend of both stage and screen, Imelda Staunton, along with Conleth Hill, Luke Treadaway and Imogen Poots in her West End debut.

With James Macdonald directing a new version of playwright Edward Albee’s Tony and Pulitzer prize-winning work, this ferocious play is sure to be a hit.

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 Stepping Out:

 Vaudeville Theatre – from 1st March 2017

Stepping Out

Amanda Holden leads a stellar cast (including Tracy-Ann Oberman, Tamzin Outhwaite, Natalie Casey and Nicola Stephenson) in this funny and heart-warming comedy that follows the lives of seven women and one man who are brought together at a weekly dance class.

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42nd Street:

Theatre Royal Drury Lane – from 20th March 2017

42nd Street

This is the classic musical that we’ve been waiting for. 42nd Street is the song and dance, American dream fable of Broadway and with a cast of over 50 high-kicking talents, this is a show not to miss.

Young Peggy Sawyer is fresh off the bus from small-town America and just another face in the chorus line on Broadway’s newest show. But, when the leading lady gets injured, Peggy might just have that shot at stardom that she’s always dreamed of…

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  The Miser

Garrick Theatre – from 1st March 2017

The Miser - Griff Rhys Jones

Griff Rhys Jones stars alongside Lee Mack in this classic comedy.

Fanatical about protecting his wealth, the paranoid Harpagon suspects everyone of trying to flinch his fortune goes to any length to protect it. However, as true feelings and identities are revealed, will Harpagon allow his children to follow their heart, or will his love of gold prove all-consuming? This revival is directed by the fantastic Sean Foley (The Painkiller, The Ladykillers, Jeeves and Wooster).

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Don Juan in Soho

Wyndham’s Theatre – from 17th March 2017

Don Juan in Soho - David Tennant

David Tennant stars in the West End premiere of Don Juan in Soho – the savagely filthy and funny play, written and directed by Patrick Marber.

Loosely based on Moliere’s tragicomedy ‘Don Juan’, this modern update transports the action to contemporary London and follows the final adventures of the debauched protagonist – a cruel seducer who lives only for pleasure. Please Note: this is strictly aged 16+

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The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?

Haymarket Theatre – from 24th March 2017

The Goat or Who is Sylvia?

Damian Lewis and Sophie Okonedo are joined by Jason Hughes and newcomer Archie Medekwe in this Tony Award-winning, dark comedic masterpiece.

Martin is at the pinnacle of life: he has a loving wife and son, a hugely successful career as an architect and the commission of a lifetime. But, when he embarks upon an improbable and impossible love affair from which there is no return, he must face the dizzying, explosive consequences.

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