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UNTIL 7TH JAN 2017

What’s it all about?

Love, family, loyalty and love again. This is the timelessly romantic tale of the lives of three generations born on the Cotton Blossom as it sails the Mississippi River. An epic history of racial...

Kinky Boots the Musical at The Adelphi Theatre in Covent Garden
BOOKING UNTIL MAY 2017

Harry Fierstein’s Kinky Boots makes its UK debut in Covent Garden after a highly successful season on Broadway.

Based on the book and film of the same name, the musical is directed and choreographed by Hairspray’s Jerry Mitchell.

The...

Benjamin Pollock's Cinderella Toy Theatre

We are very excited to see the new reimagining of the classic fairy tale, Cinderella. However, for those of us who don’t have a fairy godmother and glass slippers we have found the next best thing; the Pantomime Theatre by Benjamin Pollock’s...

The Mousetrap, photo credit Helen Maybanks
BOOKING UNTIL THE END OF TIME...

This classic Agatha Christie murder mystery, set in a country house hotel, is as English as rainclouds and irony, and has become as much a part of London’s landscape as Nelson’s column.

The world’s longest running stage play, it began its...

The Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Roald Dahl's 'Matilda The Musical'
BOOKING UNTIL OCT 2017

By turns rude, crude, heart-breaking and hilarious, Matilda: The Musical achieves something quite out of the ordinary: an adaptation of a Roald Dahl masterpiece that matches the glories of its source material.

Written by Dennis Kelly and...

Douglas Hodge (Willy Wonka) in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Credit - Helen Maybanks
BOOKING UNTIL JAN 2017

It was always likely to be a potent combination: an Oscar-winning director fresh from making perhaps the greatest Bond film ever, a highly acclaimed playwright, and a children’s book loved by pretty much everyone.

Directed by Sam Mendes and...

Disney's The Lion King. Photo by Brinkoff and Mogenburg
BOOKING UNTIL JUNE 2017

Now in its 15th year at the Lyceum, The Lion King is proving to be the Les Miserables of the jungle — not because it demands you come equipped with several packets of Kleenex (although the scenes with Mufasa do have their moments) but...

Stomp, Ambassadors Theatre, Covent Garden
BOOKING UNTIL JAN 2018

At most West End musical shows, the words are everything. But in Stomp, the use of English to tell a story is joyfully exchanged for the only language which is truly universal: rhythm.

Dustbins, dinner plates, sticks and other banal,...