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News Archive London Theatre News 2017

Opening on the West End in September 2017

Posted on | By Shanine Salmon |

September is here which means summer holidays are over, school has begun and a new season of shows is coming to the W... Read more

An Interview with School of Rock's Gary Trainor

Posted on | By James Astles |

Based on the hit 2003 Jack Black comedy film, the musical stage version of School Of Rock opened on Broadway in winte... Read more

5 Must See Shows before Summer Ends

Posted on | By Shanine Salmon |

For those of you who find yourself in London this summer (It is far warmer than Edinburgh, I promise) there are many ... Read more

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West End Journey: Julian Clary

Posted on | By James Astles |

Quick-lipped comedian Julian Clary is never far from a double-entendre or withering put down in his frequent live sho... Read more

REVIEW: Lady Day "a theatrical triumph"

Posted on | By Shaun Nolan |

Lady Day was originally slated to make its West End debut - along with McDonald making hers, too - last year. However... Read more

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8 Must See Family Shows in London's West End

Posted on | By Molly Richardson |

There are many shows perfect for the whole family to enjoy, but here are a number to inspire you on how to spend... Read more

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An Interview with Emma Cunniffe and Romola Garai

Posted on | By James Astles |

Following a sold out run at the Swan Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, Helen Edmundson's fascinating play about one... Read more

REVIEW: Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill (in exactly 250 words)

Posted on | By Harriet Wilson |

Currently playing at Wyndhams' Theatre in London, Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill is an atmospheric, co... Read more

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REVIEW: The Wind in the Willows

Posted on | By Harrison Fuller |

The story and characters are familiar; for many, The Wind in the Willows is a favourite whether you are a fan of the ... Read more

REVIEW: Evita (in exactly 250 words)

Posted on | By Harriet Wilson |

Evita. It takes a while to get into but, once you do, it's compelling, thought-provoking and (of course) strung t... Read more

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