History repeats itself as Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain returns to the West End with another fact-filled hit that makes our nation’s past look preposterous.
Three Days In The Country equals two hours and 15 minutes of absolute delight in the presence of Patrick Marber’s ingenious Turgenev adaptation.
Revel in the talents of some of musical theatre’s most exciting performers in Jason Robert Brown’s stunning song cycle that in 90 minutes takes you from heartbreak to joyful hope.
This marvellous musical of questionable ethics is as much tuneful fun as you can have in a lumberjack shirt.
Charles Edwards becomes the charming face of a ruler ravaging his country through arrogant misrule in Shakespeare’s Globe’s timely production.
Chaotic, intense and pulsating with legendary Green Day hits, a trip to this Tony Award-winning musical may just give you the time of your life.
Fall in love with Sinatra all over again as sensational live music, dazzling original footage and a jiving company provide a sweeping but entertaining overview of one of history’s most influential musicians.
Steamy, sultry and stunning, Matthew Bourne’s The Car Man is a full throttle sexy summer hit.
Beautifully written, directed and acted, Andrew Keatley’s family drama may be strikingly familiar in its subject matter but it’s a rare treat to see so perfectly executed on stage.
Why do smiles suddenly appear? Because Bacharach Reimagined brings innovative new arrangements, fabulous theatricality and a stupendously talented cast to an enviable catalogue of classic songs.
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