Titipu’s finest are farcically familiar.
Gilbert & Sullivan’s topsy-turvy story focuses on the unfolding love between Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum and the absurdity of laws and law-makers.
Wembley ArenaTickets from £23.70
Grab your Mickey ears and get ready for the ultimate Disney experience when Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic and skates into a city near you.
Lyric Theatre4.2/5 - based on 6 reviews - (Read reviews) 4.2 6 reviews Tickets from £17.90
Direct from a SELL OUT Worldwide tour and standing ovations at every performance, The Simon & Garfunkel Story arrives in London’s West End!
Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton4.6/5 - based on 52 reviews - (Read reviews) 4.6 52 reviews Tickets from £45.00
It’s the show you’ve all been asking for – and it’s brought to you by the people behind the worldwide smash hit, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience.
This fully immersive show transports audiences to The Nags Head to meet the pride of Peckham in a night of wheeling, dealing and eating.
Vaudeville Theatre4.9/5 - based on 12 reviews - (Read reviews) 4.9 12 reviews Tickets from £23.75
Gielgud Theatre4.9/5 - based on 37 reviews - (Read reviews) 4.9 37 reviews Tickets from £218.75
London ColiseumTickets from £20.00
Don’t hide within yourself.
Let love save you.
Following Satyagraha and the Olivier Award-winning Akhnaten, ENO’s association with Philip Glass continues with a new production of Orphée.
Based on Jean Cocteau’s 1950 film, Glass’s opera is a parable about the dangers of self-obsession.
The Other Palace5/5 - based on 1 review - (Read reviews) 5 1 review Tickets from £29.50
The double Tony Award winning Falsettos is a hilarious and poignant look at a modern family revolving around the life of a gay man Marvin, his wife, his lover, his soon to be bar mitzvahed son, their psychiatrist, and the lesbians neighbours.
Originally created under the spectre of the AIDS crisis, this ground-breaking musical about family dynamics manages to remain buoyant and satirically perceptive even as it moves towards its heartbreaking conclusion.
Selladoor Productions, producers of 9 to 5 The Musical, Big Fish, American Idiot and Avenue Q, bring Falsettos to London for the very first time serving as a timely reminder that love really is the most beautiful thing in the world.
London Coliseum5/5 - based on 1 review - (Read reviews) 5 1 review Tickets from £11.90
Hell is where the party’s at.
Director Emma Rice makes her ENO debut in a glitzy production that showcases her talents for theatrical spectacle and humour.
Orpheus in the Underworld transports us to a hedonistic, party-filled Underworld.
London ColiseumTickets from £20.00
Willing to go to any lengths to be reunited with his one true love, the gods agree to let the grief-stricken Orpheus rescue his wife Eurydice from the underworld. But there’s a catch. To be together again, Orpheus can’t look back at Eurydice, or she will be lost to him forever.
Gluck’s score is filled with sublime melody and richly colourful orchestral writing from Orpheus’s anguished outbursts at Eurydice’s death, through to the exquisite classical beauty of the ‘Dance of the Blessed Spirits’.
Trafalgar Studio TwoTickets from £22.00
The Girl who Fell is a poignant and darkly funny play about loss, guilt and Snapchat from the “provocative and entertaining” Sarah Rutherford (Telegraph), former Writer in Residence at Park Theatre and writer of sell-out hit Adult Supervision.
Sadlers WellsTickets from £17.90
After a critically acclaimed national and international tour, Carlos Acosta’s eclectic Cuban company bring a second programme of ballet and contemporary works to Sadler’s Wells.
Sadlers WellsTickets from £20.00
Game-changer in the world of tap, Michelle Dorrance had dedicated herself to exploring the capabilities of America’s original dance form. In an exhilarating diverse triple bill, her company proves just what tap can do.
Trafalgar Studios (One)5/5 - based on 1 review - (Read reviews) 5 1 review Tickets from £25.00
Toby Stephens (Oslo, Lost in Space) and Claire Skinner (Outnumbered) make their long-awaited returns to the West End stage in Peter Nichols' (Privates on Parade, Passion Play) frank and moving masterpiece A Day in the Death of Joe Egg.
Royal Court TheatreTickets from £16.50
“One minute we had customers, the next minute there was no-one.”
In a lost village, blurred by redrawn borders, hidden under a crumb on the map, Bear Ridge Stores still stands.
After a hundred years, the family butchers and grocers – a place for odds and ends, contraband goods, and the last petrol pump for 30 miles – is now silent.
But owners John Daniel and Noni are not leaving.
The Turbine Theatre5/5 - based on 1 review - (Read reviews) 5 1 review Tickets from £23.80
London ColiseumTickets from £29.80
Internationally acclaimed ballerina Svetlana Zakharova – the Bolshoi’s prima – is famous for thrilling audiences and critics all over the world with her formidable technique and her sparkling dramatic interpretation of classical and contemporary roles.
Following Amore, her sell-out 2017 programme, Zakharova returns to the London Coliseum in December with Modanse – a brand-new double bill produced by MuzArts.
Zakharova will be joined on stage by a star-studded cast of dancers from the Bolshoi Ballet, including Mikhail Lobukhin, Vaycheslav Lopatin, Denis Savin, Jacopo Tissi and Ana Turazashvili.
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