- On February 24, 2024
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.
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.
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 Shakespeareâ€™s muse â€“ the Dark Lady. The moniker for this mystery woman comes from Shakespeareâ€™s sonnets 127â€“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 Globeâ€™s Emilia is an absolute must-see! What began as eleven performances at the Shakespeareâ€™s Globe is now a West End sensation! You donâ€™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.
We hope you feel inspired to celebrate the women in your life, now and forever.