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Meat Loaf is one of the best-selling rock musicians of all time, offloading more than 80 million records through his glittering career... and counting. Now his remarkable work is being celebrated on the London stage thanks to a brilliant new musical playing at the Dominion Theatre from spring 2018. Bat Out of Hell is due in theatreland, and it's a little slice of theatrical heaven for anyone who loved big, noisy, bold rock.
It isn't often that a British music industry legend salutes a US musical icon. But this is one of those times. The music of Glenn Miller and his band provided the accompaniment to the Second World War. More than seventy years later Miller's music is as popular and powerful as ever, and it's being celebrated all over again thanks to a band led by Tommy Steele. You're going to love this glittering spectacular of a show.
Over a million people have experienced the sensation that is Circa . . . "the rockstars of the circus world" (The List). Now they are delighted to present for your pleasure their latest masterpiece – Peepshow.
Peepshow turns cabaret on its head, literally. Join Circa as they embark on a seductive dance through the hall of mirrors that is your imagination, Peepshow lurches from the thrillingly acrobatic to the comically playful. Expect teetering towers of balanced bodies, extreme bending and devilishly precarious aerials.
The London Coliseum is thrilled to present Notre Dame de Paris, on stage in early 2019 for a ridiculously short run of just seven performances. The show has been wowing musical-loving audiences for two decades so far, touring twenty three countries and playing in nine different languages. That's what we call a living legend!
After a lifetime of reading books on chivalry, one eccentric old man heads off on a rumbustious quest to become a wandering knight accompanied by his faithful and equally ill-suited servant, ‘riotously performed by David Threlfall as Don Quixote and Rufus Hound as Sancho Panza’ (The Times). Taking up a lance and sword, Don Quixote sets out on a hilarious journey across medieval Spain, defending the helpless and vanquishing the wicked.
Head for the magnificent London Coliseum for an experience you won't forget in a hurry, presented by one of the nation's best-respected classical music organisations, the English National Opera. The piece marks the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War, and it's incredibly rich in emotion. If you'd like to attend War Requiem as a mark of respect, or just because you love Benjamin Britten's music, you're in for an incredibly emotional experience.
Porgy and Bess is a fantastic musical written by George and Ira Gershwin in the 1930s, supported by author of the original novel DuBose Heyward and his wife Dorothy. This brand new production is a co-production between the English National Opera, the Metropolitan Opera New York, and the Dutch National Opera, Amsterdam. This is the first time ENO has staged the musical, and it's due to be an event to remember as director James Robinson makes his ENO debut.
Based on Oscar Wilde‘s lurid play, Strauss‘s opera is an intense psychological exploration of the Salome story. Her brutality and power are the product of the warped cycles of masculinity that have been passed down through the generations.
Do you remember Gloria Estefan? The brilliant Cuban-American singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman kicked off a glittering career as the lead singer in the band Miami Latin Boys, which ultimately changed its name to Miami Sound Machine and scored a load of smash chart hits. Now she has collaborated with her husband Emilio Estafan to create a brand new musical, On Your Feet.
When it premiered at Sadler’s Wells in 1995, Matthew Bourne’s triumphant modern re-interpretation of Swan Lake turned tradition upside down, and took the dance world by storm. Now firmly established as a modern day classic, this iconic production is perhaps best-known for replacing the traditional female corps de ballet with a menacing male ensemble. Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist, Matthew Bourne blends dance, humour and spectacle with extravagant, award-winning designs by Lez Brotherston, to create a provocative and powerful Swan Lake for our times.
The London Coliseum is home to ENO, the English National Opera. And they're responsible for the latest, greatest version of Franz Lehár's comic masterpiece of an operetta, The Merry Widow, which has been delighting audiences since it was written way back in 1905. It's set to be an event you're unlikely to forget, rich in talent, stacked with great opera tunes and genuinely enjoyable.
The world premiere of Iain Bell’s Jack the Ripper: The Women of Whitechapel, following his critically-acclaimed In Parenthesis. A disadvantaged group of working-class women are drawn together in their determination to survive the murderous terror that stalks London’s Whitechapel in 1888.
Akhnaten is a mesmerising work whose text draws on ancient hymns, prayers and inscriptions sung in their original Egyptian, Hebrew and Akkadian. The opera’s unique mood will transport you to the ancient world through music that combines Glass’s characteristic minimalist voice with stylised movement and choreographed juggling to visualise the rhythms of his score.