‘Bromance: The Dudesical’ Opens At The Other Palace

Bromance: The Dudesical at The Other Palace

The premiere of the American musical, ‘Bromance: The Dudesical’, arrives at The Other Palace this week. With clever lyrics, serious tunes, and laugh out loud funny gags, Bromance will convert even the most die-hard of ‘dudes’ to musical theatre. The show promises to be an immersive night out, exploring the bizarre world of the straight […]

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The Wider Earth – Review

The Wider Earth at the Natural History Museum

Showing in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum, The Wider Earth is sure to marvel audiences of all ages. A combination of Trish Wadley Productions and the Dead Puppet Society, the play tells the story of young Charles Darwin as he embarks on a magical journey around the world aboard the HMS Beagle. […]

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Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan to join ‘All My Sons’

Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan to join cast of All My Sons at the Old Vic

Arthur Miller’s hit play All My Sons will be receiving a major overhaul next year with the additions of Colin Morgan and Jenna Coleman. The two stage stars will be joining world-renowned actors Sally Field and Bill Pullman in the heart-wrenching story about a family who lost one of their sons at war. Placing all of these fantastic performers together in the same play […]

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Bryan Cranston in Broadway transfer of Network

Bryan Cranston in Broadway's transfer of Network

You know him from Emmy winning series’ Breaking Bad and Malcolm in the Middle, but Bryan Cranston has acting chops that extend far beyond the television. This is excellent news for fans of Cranston that also love the stage version of Network, as he is set to star in the Broadway transfer of the beloved […]

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A Very Very Very Dark Matter to Open at the Bridge Theatre

A very very very dark matter to open at the Bridge Theatre

Fans of Hans Christian Andersen are rejoicing as the brand-new production A Very Very Very Dark Matter is set to premiere at the Bridge Theatre in London’s West End. Not much is known about the ominous production, but it is based on Hans Christian Andersen and a supposed secret attic that serves as the inspiration for […]

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Eugenius – Review

Eugenius at The Other Palace

Geeks have long been a mainstay in popular culture, but it wasn’t until recently that they have become heroes in seemingly impossible stories. Usually the role of the geek was reserved for the timid sidekick or as a brief comedy relief character. Today, however, geeks have become respected, and sometimes they even get the girl. […]

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Brexit Play ‘People Like Us’ to premiere in London

People Like Us at the Union Theatre

Brexit is a controversial subject around the world, but there is plenty of debate to be had about it, so why not try to make it entertaining? This is exactly what Julie Burchill and Jane Robins try to do with their play People Like Us. It is a story that takes place in a book […]

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Sylvia – Review

Sylvia at the Old Vic

If Hamilton is any indication, audiences love to learn about history through the witty lyrics and beats of rap music. Although Sylvia at the Old Vic Theatre in London’s West End takes on the same technique, that is where all similarities end. Sylvia is a creative behemoth of its own, telling the story of women’s […]

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Game of Thrones is Conquering the West End

Game of Thrones, one of the biggest TV hits of the last years, has launched the careers of many young actors and actresses, and we’ll be lucky enough to have some of them playing in the West End very soon. Keep reading to know in which plays they’re starring and who you can see live […]

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‘Mamma Mia! The Party’ to Open at the O2 Arena

Mamma Mia! The Party to open at the O2 Arena in London

If you’ve ever watched a performance of Mamma Mia! and found yourself wishing that you could be part of the action, now is your chance! That’s right, Mamma Mia! The Party is set to land at the O2 Arena in London starting in Spring of 2019. You’ll get the opportunity to mingle with Mamma Mia! […]

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Cirque du Soleil Returns to the West End with ‘Totem’

Cirque du Soleil Totem at the Royal Albert Hole

Cirque du Soleil has a long history of delivering fascinating, visually stunning performances across the world. Totem is no different, providing the audience with a gorgeous, almost otherworldly experience full of impressive choreography and gorgeous artwork. Totem tells the story of human evolution, starting in the primordial ages and taking us through the adventure as […]

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Cate Blanchett to play at the National Theatre

Cate Blanchett to play at the National Theatre in London

Australian acting legend Cate Blanchett will be starring in a brand-new play at the National Theatre in London! The play will be directed by the legendary Martin Crimp, who has been wowing crowds all over London since the 80s. The name is quite a mouthful – When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other: Twelve Variations On […]

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Awful Auntie to open at the Bloomsbury Theatre

Anyone ever wonder what happened to the Bloomsbury Theatre? Wonder no longer! After three and half grueling years of downtime, the Bloomsbury is scheduled to reopen on 12 December, featuring an adaptation of David Walliams best-selling children’s book Awful Auntie! The historic Bloomsbury Theatre will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its original opening starting in December. […]

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A Monster Calls – Review

A Monster Calls at The Old Vic

A Monster Calls is a children’s fantasy book that deals with some very adult issues. The author, Patrick Ness, does a great job embracing some of the darker elements of life but keeping them in a perspective that is accessible for children. The critically acclaimed book has been adapted into a stage production, showing at […]

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Knights of the Rose – Review

Knights of the Rose at the Arts Theatre

Shakespeare is not generally thought of in conjunction with rock and roll music, although he may have garnered rock star level attention in his time. It seems, then, that perhaps it would be possible to combine Shakespeare with some classic rock tunes and bang out an entertaining performance. However, the fact that it can be […]

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