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New West End Shows You Need to See Right Now

At Theatre Bookings we are here to make choosing the right theatre show for you much easier. On our website you can find London theatre tickets to all of your favourite West End shows and stay up to date with all things London theatre. Here’s a selection of our favourite new shows that you need to see!

The Time Travellers Wife The Musical (Apollo Theatre)

The Time Traveller's wife

Based on the internationally best-selling novel by Audrey Niffenegger published in 2003 that was later adapted into a film in 2009 here comes The Time Traveller’s Wife Musical!

This new British musical is brought to life on stage with original songs from Grammy Award winners Joss Stone and Dave Stewart from the Eurythmics. The story has been adapted for the stage by multi-award-winning playwright Lauren Gunderson and the production is directed by Bill Buckhurst.

This highly anticipated production stars David Hunter and Joanna Woodward as the romantic leads Henry and Clare who are flung apart by time but united by love.

Don’t miss your chance to secure your Time Traveller’s Wife tickets and book now to see that love wins the day.

Sunset Boulevard (Savoy Theatre)

Sunset Boulevard

The classic musical Sunset Boulevard by Andrew Lloyd Webber has been reimagined for London audiences in this new interpretation directed by Jamie Lloyd. Starring worldwide superstar and pop sensation Nicole Scherzinger in the iconic role as Norma Desmond this production is dazzling audiences’ night after night with its Hollywood glitz and glamour.

Based on the film by Billy Wilder with music and book by Don Black and Christopher Hampton, Sunset Boulevard features all of the classic songs from the original score. Songs such as ‘With One Look’, ‘As If We Never Said Goodbye’, ‘The Perfect Year’ and of course the title song.

The musical is playing at the Savoy Theatre for a limited run and closes on the 6th of January next year. Book Sunset Boulevard tickets now to see this spectacular new production.

Backstairs Billy (Duke of York’s Theatre)

Backstairs Billy

The hilarious new comedy Backstairs Billy is a royal affair like no other. The play follows the story of the 50-year friendship between the Queen Mother and her devoted butler William ‘Billy’ Tallon during a time of political and social chaos. Backstairs Billy theatre tickets are available now on our website.

Set in 1979 when the Queen Mother’s receptions at her home of Clarence House are in full swing. The champagne is flowing and Billy, her devoted assistant is in charge of the proceedings. This witty and heartwarming comedy play has everything you need for a royal night out… you may even spot a corgi or two!

Written by Marcelo Santos and presented by the Michael Grandage company Backstairs Billy tickets are on sale now. Starring Penelope Wilton (Downton Abbey/ Doctor Who) as the Queen Mother herself and Luke Evans (Immortals/ Beauty and the Beast) as Billy this new play is sure to be one for the history book!

Book Backstairs Billy theatre tickets now!

Dear England (Prince Edward Theatre)

Dear England

The smash-hit production of Dear England has recently transferred to the West End following a very successful sold-out run at the National Theatre. Dear England theatre tickets are available to book now.

Dear England tells the true story of the England men’s football team under the management of Gareth Southgate. It follows their journey through three significant tournaments, the 2018 World Cup, the 2020 European Championship and the 2022 World Cup. Tackling the question… why can’t England’s men’s football team win at their own game? Gareth Southgate knows he needs to open his mind and face up to the years of hurt to take the team and country back to the promised land.

Starring Joseph Fiennes as Gareth Southgate himself, written by James Graham and directed by Rupert Goold. Graham and Goold reunite with this new play following their acclaimed productions of Tammy Faye and Ink.

Dear England is a gripping new stage epic that tells a story about both nation and game. Now playing at the Prince Edward Theatre, book your Dear England tickets now!

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The Woman in Black (Fortune Theatre, Closing 4th March) 

The Woman in Black is the second-longest running play on the West End after Agatha’s Christie’s classic ‘Who Dunnit’ The Mousetrap. After playing in London for over 33 years and more than 3000 performances, the spine-chilling horror is officially closing. 

Based on the book by Susan Hill, this spooky ghost story comes to life on stage in this adaptation by Stephen Mallatratt. 

The play tells the story of Arthur Kipps as he recounts his ghostly visit to the remote Eel Marsh House when he visited to deal with the affairs of the recently deceased owner and as the tale unfolds things start to get creepier and creepier. 

Filled with clever special effects, strange happenings and many a jump scare, there’s no wonder that this show has been playing to sold out audiences for over 30 years! 

The Woman in Black will play its final performance on the 4th March 2023 at The Fortune Theatre. 

The Woman in Black

&Juliet (Shaftesbury Theatre, Closing 25th March)

The remixed version of the greatest love story of all time is officially coming to a close in London’s West End. 

From the writers of Schitt’s Creek, &Juliet is a pop musical celebrating the legendary songwriter, Max Martin. Bursting with classic hits we all know and love, including Britney’s ‘Baby One More Time’, Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’ and The Backstreet Boy’s ‘I Want It That Way’, this show is one of the best nights out the West End has to offer. 

This clever and witty retelling of Shakespeare’s most well-known tale is taking its final bow on the 25th March 2023 at The Shaftesbury Theatre. 


Dirty Dancing at (Dominion Theatre, Closing 29th April) 

‘Nobody puts baby in the corner!’ 

Based on the iconic film from 1987 starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey, the stage musical Dirty Dancing is yet again coming to a close on The West End after its short run back at The Dominion Theatre. Including the classic hits from the movie such as ‘(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life’, ‘Do You Love Me’ and ‘Hungry Eyes’. 

It’s the summer of 1963 and 17-year-old Frances ‘Baby’ Houseman is about to learn some major life lesson as well as a thing or two about dancing.

Dirty Dancing will be closing on the 29th April 2023 at The Dominion Theatre. 

Dirty Dancing

Only Fools and Horses the Musical (Theatre Royal Haymarket, Closing 29th April) 

Based on the record-breaking TV series that still has many watchers today, the critically acclaimed home-grown British musical has made audiences laugh out loud night after night for the past 3 years. 

You could say it’s ‘Lovely Jubbly!’ 

Featuring all the cherished moments that you know and love from the TV series (along with all the dodgy dealings too) but this time with a soundtrack full of catchy songs! The brilliant musical numbers include the iconic theme song, the show has all you need for a right good knees up!

You’d be a plonker to miss this hilarious musical before it closes on the 29th April at The Theatre Royal Haymarket. 

Only Fools and Horses

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We’re saying ‘Romeo Who?’
The remixed version of the greatest love story of all time is coming to a close in London’s West End on 25th March 2023.
From the writers of Schitt’s Creek, &Juliet is a pop musical celebrating the music of the legendary songwriter Max Martin. Bursting with classic hits such as Britney’s ‘Baby One More’, Katy Perry’s ‘Roar’, The Backstreet Boys ‘I Want It That Way’.
The show is an extremely witty and clever retelling of Shakespeare’s most well-known tale and we find out what would have happened if Juliet didn’t kill herself after Romeo dies. She instead travels to Verona and decides to ’live her best life’. Book now to join in with the celebration!


Winner of every major UK award for new musical and having just celebrated 3 years in the West End COME FROM AWAY is closing on the 7th January 2023.
The musical shares the incredible real-life story of the 7000 air passengers from all over the world who were grounded in Canada during the wake of 9/11 and the small Newfoundland community that invited these ‘come from aways’ into their lives. COME FROM AWAY is sure to make you laugh and cry in equal measures so don’t miss your chance to see it!


Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s multi-award-winning musical MARY POPPINS will be flying high until 9th January 2023 at The Prince Edward Theatre.
The classic story follows the world’s favourite Nanny with an iconic score including all the memorable songs we know and love. You could say it’s practically perfect in every way!


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Winner of 5 Olivier Awards, including ‘Best New Play’, Life of Pi is based on one of the most extraordinary and best-loved works of fiction – the smash hit adaptation of an epic journey of endurance and hope.
After a cargo ship sinks in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, a 16-year-old boy named Pi is stranded on a lifeboat with four other survivors… a hyena, a zebra, an orangutan and a Royal Bengal tiger.
With outstanding puppetry and stunning special effects, you don’t want to miss out on a chance to see this incredible production!

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Agatha Christie’s THE MOUSETRAP is the world’s longest running play. For almost 70 years it has kept millions of people from every corner of the globe on the edge of their seats. This classic murder mystery thriller is based on the book by one of the best-selling novelists of all time.

The story follows a group of 7 strangers as they find themselves snowed in a country house in the middle of nowhere as news spreads of a suspicious murder in London. When a police sergeant turns up out of the blue, they realise that the killer is in their midst. One by one each of them reveals their sordid pasts but the question is… which one is the murderer?

A thrilling tale of mystery and intrigue, THE MOUSETRAP is sure to keep you in suspense from start to finish.

Book tickets now to see London’s greatest ‘Who Dunnit’!



Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed fully-staged new production of Boublil and Schönberg’s LES MISERABLES is now playing at London’s Sondheim Theatre and is the longest running musical in the world.

With an incredible ensemble cast, the show tells the story of Jean Valjean, a French peasant, and his desire for redemption, released in 1815 after serving nineteen years in jail for stealing a loaf of bread. Valjean decides to start a new life but a police inspector named Javert refuses to let him escape justice. Alongside this a group of young idealists attempt to overthrow the government at a street barricade in Paris.

Seen by over 130 million people worldwide in 53 countries and in 22 languages. The unbelievable score includes songs such as ‘I Dreamed A Dream’, ‘On My Own’, ‘Bring Him Home’ and ‘One Day More’.

Book tickets now to see one of the world’s most popular musicals!



MAMMA MIA has recently celebrated its 23rd anniversary in London’s West End and is the ultimate feel-good musical. With music and lyrics by Abba’s Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, featuring all the magic of ABBAs timeless hits including ‘Dancing Queen’, ‘Honey Honey’ and ‘Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!’. Combined with a contemporary love story from British playwright Catherine Johnson, MAMMA MIA is all you need for a fun night out!

The show follows the story of the young Sophie Sheridan as she prepares for her upcoming wedding on a sunny Greek Island. Things become a lot more complicated when she finds an old diary that her mother kept in her youth and she discovers that she may have 3 possible fathers, she then invites all 3 to her wedding!

MAMMA MIA continues to delight sold out audiences’ night after night and is one of the West Ends most popular shows.

Book tickets now for a musical that will leave you singing and dancing the whole way home!



Having recently celebrating its 35th Anniversary in London’s West End, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s timeless musical THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA has returned home to Her Majesty’s Theatre.
The show has played to over 145 million people in 41 countries and 183 cities in 17 languages.

The musical score includes Music of the Night, All I Ask of You, Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again, Masquerade and of course the iconic title song.

Book now to see the West End’s most haunting love story!



Susan Hill’s chilling ghost story comes to life on stage in Stephan Mallatratt’s brilliant adaptation. Now celebrating over 30 years in London’s West End, this controlled horror story continues to send shivers down the spine of its audience night after night.

THE WOMAN IN BLACK tells the story of Arthur Kipps who believes he is being haunted by some kind of curse. He enlists the help of a young actor to help retell his story. He recounts the horrors of his ghostly visit to the remote Eel Marsh House when he visited to deal with the affairs of the recently deceased owner and as the story unfolds things start to get creepier and creepier.

Filled with strange happenings, jump scares and brilliant special effects this classic horror is extremely effective and is sure to scare the living daylights out of you.


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WICKED is one of London’s most popular musicals that recently celebrated its 16th year in the West End. We all know the classic story of The Wizard of Oz… or do we? This is the untold story. The show follows the unlikely friendship between 2 young witches, Elphaba and Glinda and their encounter with the ‘Wonderful Wizard of Oz’, which then leads them to fulfil their destinies as ‘The Wicked Witch of the West’ and ‘Glinda the Good’.This unforgettable musical continues to defy gravity night after night and is the perfect ‘ozmipolitan’ night out for all the family to enjoy.



Disney’s THE LION KING remains a fan favourite in The West End and has been wowing audiences for over 23 years. Based on the 1994 hit movie, the musical comes to life on stage in spectacular colour with stunning special effects and enchanting music by Elton John and Tim Rice.
The show tells the story of a young lion cub named Simba and his journey to become king of the pride land. Playing to sell out audiences every night, THE LION KING is a joy for all the family.



‘For the first time in forever’, Disney’s FROZEN has been adapted for the stage and is playing at the beautiful, newly refurbished Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Step into the magical world of Arendelle and meet Queen Elsa who accidentally throws the land into an eternal winter with her hidden powers and her sister Anna who goes on a quest to find her and save the kingdom before it’s too late.
With extraordinary special effects and scenery, FROZEN is an unforgettable experience for both adults and children alike. Once you’ve seen this iconic musical you will never ‘Let it Go’.



Based on the 1985 Blockbuster film BACK TO THE FUTURE THE MUSICAL is a whole new musical adventure for the whole family. Join Marty McFly as he travels back in time to 1955 Hill Valley, where the past, present and future collide. Whilst there Marty accidentally changes the course of history and with the help of the eccentric scientist Doc Brown he’s now in a race against time to fix the present and send himself ‘back to the future’.
Winner of ‘Best New Musical’ at the 2022 Olivier Awards, you don’t want to miss this thrilling theatrical experience.



The Harry Potter franchise has only risen in popularity since the first book was published over 25 years ago and now you can experience the magic live on stage in the West End.
HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD picks up where the epilogue of the last book left off, 19 years after the battle of Hogwarts. Harry, Ron and Hermione are now back on an extraordinary new adventure with a new generation of students from the Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
A one-of-a-kind theatrical experience filled with astonishing special effects and spell-bounding story-telling, book now to experience the magic for yourself.

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WICKED has recently celebrated its 6000th performance and has been one of the most popular musicals on London’s West End for almost 16 years.

We all know the classic story of The Wizard of Oz when Dorothy famously triumphed over The Wicked Witch of the West but do we know everything? We only heard one side of the story after all!

Based on Gregory Maguire’s acclaimed 1995 novel, ‘Wicked: The life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West’. The story re-imagines the Land of Oz, creating a parallel universe to the well-known story originally written by L. Frank Baum in 1900.

We follow the story of an unlikely friendship between 2 young women, Elphaba and Glinda. After their encounter with ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ their lives take very different paths that lead them to eventually become ‘The Wicked Witch of the West’ and ‘Glinda the Good’.

Book tickets now for an ‘Ozmipolitan night out because there really is ‘no place like WICKED!’



The greatest love story of all time has now been ‘remixed’. We’re saying ‘Romeo who’??

&JULIET is from the writer of Schitt’s Creek and is jam packed with many classic pop songs that you will definitely recognise from the legendary songwriter Max Martin. The show includes hits such as Britney’s ‘Baby One More Time’, Katy Perry’s ‘Roar, The Backstreet Boys’ ‘I Want It That Way’ and a brand-new song written especially for the musical ‘One More Try’.

The story sees Shakespeare’s wife Anne Hathaway reimagine his classic tale and we find out what might have happened if Juliet didn’t kill herself after Romeo dies. We follow Juliet as she travels to Verona to ‘live her best life’ with her new best friends. Will Juliet finally get the ending she deserves and is there really life after Romeo?

Book tickets to find out and join the celebration!


Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s multi award-winning musical MARY POPPINS is flying high at The Prince Edward Theatre.

The classic story follows the world’s favourite Nanny and is adapted from the wonderful stories by PL Travers and of course the original film of the same name. With an iconic score by Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman including all the memorable songs we know and love. Such as ‘Step in Time’, ‘Feed the Birds’ and of course ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’!

The show features spectacular choreography and incredible special effects, you could say its ‘Practically perfect in every way’. Book Now!


MATILDA is the multi-award-winning musical from the Royal Shakespeare Company, inspired by the beloved book by the ingenious author Roald Dahl and has been delighting London’s audiences for over a decade.

With original songs from the brilliant Tim Minchin and a book by Dennis Kelly, the show follows the story of an extraordinary young girl named Matilda with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind as she takes a stand to change her own destiny.

Playing to sold out audiences and standing ovations night after night MATILDA is one of London’s most sought-after musicals that you wouldn’t want to miss!


The landmark, record-breaking television series ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES celebrates its 40th anniversary! Written by the late, greatJohn Sullivan, the critically acclaimed home-grown British Musical continues to make audiences laugh out loud at The Theatre Royal Haymarket.
You could say it’s… Lovely Jubbly!

Featuring all the cherished moments that you know and love from the TV series along with all the dodgy dealings too, ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES takes us on a trip back in time to 1989. Along with some brilliant musical numbers including the iconic theme song, the show has all you need for a right good knees up!

Book your tickets now, you’d be a plonker to miss it!

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Sara Bareilles and Gavin Creel Star in Waitress the Musical in London

Waitress the Musical now stars Sara Bareilles and Gavin Creel

Waitress the Musical composer and lyricist Sara Bareilles is now starring in the West End production of her hit musical at the Adelphi Theatre… and Gavin Creel is here too!

Grammy award winner and composer Sara Bareilles debuts in the West End reprising the role of Jenna that she had already played for two runs on Broadway in 2017 and 2018. For the special occasion, she brought along her Broadway co-star and friend, Tony-winner Gavin Creel as Dr. Pomatter. The pair started performances on 27 January and will perform for a six-weeks run until 7 March 2020.

A Brief History of the Waitress Musical

Waitress The Musical is based on the 2007 film with Keri Russel and follows Jenna, a creative pie-maker who invents new weirdly-named pies according to what’s going on in her life, as she carries through an unwanted pregnancy in an unsatisfying marriage. Her new gynecologist is Dr. Pomatter, an equally clumsy and attractive man who really loves her pies and their maker, and a backing contest is about to be held in a nearby county. Will this give Jenna the strength to find a new recipe for her personal happiness?

Waitress The Musical officially opened at the Adelphi Theatre in March 2019 to enthusiastic reviews and will play in the West End until 4th July 2020 before embarking on a UK Tour! When Bareilles and Creel will end their engagement, the roles of Jenna and Dr. Pomatter will be reprised by Lucie Jones and David Hunter on 9 March.

Don’t miss the chance to see the amazing Sara Bareilles perform in her own show alongside Gavin Creel! Check the availability for tickets to see Waitress The Musical at the Adelphi Theatre on our website!

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Top 5 Theatre Shows Opening soon

As August draws to a close that only tells us one thing…summer is over! That means it’s time to go back to school, go back to work – and wave goodbye to the tiny bit of sun we had here in London. But fear not, as things get colder and the days get darker, there is even more reason to head inside and see some fantastic brand new theatre opening here in the West End! Autumn and winter sees some fantastic new productions opening, and we’ve got the details on all of them! These are our Top 5 shows coming opening soon.

Big – The Musical
Dominion Theatre

Based on the smash hit film starring Tom Hanks – this brand new musical is set to be… BIG! Starring Jay McGuinness (Strictly/Rip it Up) as Josh Baskin – a twelve year old boy who wishes more than anything else in the world that he could grow up – but when just that happens, he realises that adult life isn’t all it’s he hoped and wished it would be! Running for 9 weeks only – this huge hearted production is not to be missed. Opening 6th September 2019.

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The Man in the White Suit
Wyndhams Theatre’s

Adapted & directed by two time Olivier award winner Sean Foley – we are taken on a fast paced comedy adventure with Sidney Stratton played by Stephen Mangham (Episodes) – a man who has invented a fabric that neither stains nor wears! Based on the hit classic starring Alec Guinness – this show has it all! Featuring fourteen original songs to flying effects, and even clog dancing! This hilarious production is opening 27th September.

Man White Suit

Noises Off
Garrick Theatre

After a five star run at the Lyric Hammersmith – Michael Frayn’s classic show comes to the West End. Noises Off takes us behind the scenes of a company of actors, hilariously portraying the bonkers world that is theatre. Considered one the funniest plays of all time, this is another comedy not to be missed. Opening September 27th.

Noises Off

Mary Poppins
Prince Edward Theatre

As Aladdin leaves the Prince Edward after a fantastic run – we welcome another world famous favourite back to London! With this classic musical returning to its original home – this stage adaptation is produced by Cameron Mackintosh, and brings together to fantastic Zizi Strallen (Strictly Ballroom) & Charlie Stemp (Half a Sixpence). This beloved musical is sure to be supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Opening 23rd October.

Mary Poppins

Death of a Salesman
Piccadilly Theatre

Another world famous production coming to our stages, this time in the form of Arthur Miller’s timeless classic. This production took the critics by storm at the Young Vic this year, and it comes to London starring Wendell Pierce as the iconic leading role of Willy Loman. This heartbreaking tale of the truth behind the American dream – boasts a stellar cast and creative team, and is opening 24th October.

Death Salesman

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Time for Change

There is movement in the West End. No other year has been this exciting nor has there been such a turnover of shows. The West End is changing and this is a good thing.

Currently all theatre play lovers are flocking to the West End, the rate of new high calibre actors and plays has been shooting through the roof. There is something for everyone and with theatres like The Trafalgar Studios who’s playbill changes every four to six weeks, you can see something new and amazing every month.AladdinBig time shows also close, making space for new ones. Biggest of them all; ALADDIN. The closing date is August 31st 2019, still some time but we all know that as soon as school holidays hit, this will be a hunt for tickets. Our top tip, see it now because for the month of May from Monday to Thursday afternoon, there is no booking fee. Great seats for an even greater price, well there’s a bargain right

WaitressFor friends of the musical WAITRESS; Katherine McPhee will leave the show after her final performance early June. If London’s West End darlings Marisha Wallace and Laura Baldwin will stay on, is yet unclear. So for now you can still have your pie and eat it too.

JamieAs well as everybody’s talking about Jamie. Both Shane Richie and Hayley Tamaddon will be with the cast until 4 May 2019. Faye Tozer will play the role of Miss Hedge from 6 May to 3 August 2019. CuriousThe deja-vu is real. We said goodbye before and we do it again. The Curious incident of the Dog in the night-Time is leaving the West End again. We enjoyed it as much as we did two years ago


PriceArthur Miller’s The Price will also close next week giving way to another star struck play. You can still catch it before it’s too late.   The constant changes make this season one of the most versatile and celebrated ones so far. Stay tuned to see what’s more to come.


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Find Beauty in the Small Things

Let us get you into the mood for something great.

Celebrate with us this month.

We want to bring you some warmth in this cold time of the year. A heart-warming story that had enamoured the US by storm. Come from Away is the brilliant new underdog musical that will melt your heart and gives you back the hope that the world is still a good place. We all remember 9/11. The news, the tragedies and the loss. Come From Away looks to those who survived, because their planes got redirected. To a small community in Newfoundland. A total of 38 planes, carrying 6579 passengers and crew landed within a span of mere hours in Gander Airport. To see this show will change your life for the better.

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Why not stay across the pond and have a cup of coffee and a slice of pie while you’re there? Waitress the Musical is now open and we’re living for it. Nothing can sugar-coat the live Jenna lives, nor should it. Watch this magnificent story unfold and cheer with Jenna and her girls while they carve out their own way and make a place for themselves in a world that’s sometimes dark, sleazy and full of disappointments, but always sweet enough to see the light at the end of the tunnel, at that light is golden brown with a flaky crust and brimming with your filling of choice. Cherry. We chose cherry. No doubt about that.

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If you want to celebrate in style this march, Emil!a is your first choice. After a sold out run at the Globe, this thrilling new play is making it’s West End debut March 8. The prefcet choice. Celebrate International Women’s Day all day, every day. Written by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm at a time when #MeToo dominated headlines, Emilia is the never-before-told story of Emilia Bassano, a published poet long rumoured to have been Shakespeare’s muse – the Dark Lady. The moniker for this mystery woman comes from Shakespeare’s sonnets 127–154 in which she is described as having black hair and greyish skin. Featuring an all-female company playing both male and female roles, Shakespeare Globe’s Emilia is an absolute must-see! What began as eleven performances at the Shakespeare’s Globe is now a West End sensation! You don’t want to miss this knockout play of female empowerment inspired by the #MeToo movement!


Sing, dance, laugh and cry until early April with one of the greatest. Black is the Color of My Voice is on at The Trafalgar Studios. Inspired by the incredible life of Nina Simone, Black Is the Color of My Voice follows the life of a young piano prodigy with strong ties to the church on her journey to become a successful jazz singer and civil rights activist. Watch as this incredible singer and figure at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement looks for peace after the unexpected death of her father. Do not miss this incredible opportunity.

Black Color

We hope you feel inspired to celebrate the women in your life, now and forever.

Happy Viewing.

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