- On December 3, 2023
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.Big 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
For 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.
As 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.Â The 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
Arthur Millerâ€™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.Â Â 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.