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Jenny Seagrove and Martin Shaw in Love Letters - Photo by Paul Coltas
10 Dec
News
London Box Office

Love Letters - Production images released!

The Theatre Royal Haymarket is thrilled to announce the first post-lockdown play of the year. Welcome to A. R. Gurney's delightful Love Letters, a heart-warming show starring two of the country's best-loved National Treasures. These are the first photos released of the production, which previewed at Theatre Royal in Windsor as one of its five week, five-day, five-play season.

Jenny Seagrove and Martin Shaw in Love Letters - Photo by Paul Coltas Jenny Seagrove and Martin Shaw in Love Letters - Photo by Paul Coltas

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Christmas at the Snow Globe
07 Dec
News
Phil Willmott

The Globe Theatre Announce an On-line Christmas Show

Christmas at the Snow Globe There’s going to be quite a line up of top West End related material for you to live stream this Christmas.

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Looking a Lot Like Christmas
07 Dec
News
Phil Willmott

Where to the see West Ends Biggest Musical Theatre Stars in Concert

Looking a Lot Like Christmas The recent lock down had given the West End’s musical theatre stars a chance to polish up their cabaret acts and two companies have announced a stellar line up of top talent who’ll be displaying their virtuosity.

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Jack and the Beanstalk
24 Nov
News
Phil Willmott

Pre-recorded Pantomime?? Will that Work?

Jack and the Beanstalk You have to admire the ingenuity of UK Theatre makers who, since Covid took hold, have found all sorts of ways to send their shows to your smart phones and laptops etc whilst we're unable to go to the theatre in person.

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Six The Musical
24 Nov
News
Phil Willmott

A Fresh Announcement from the Ever Optimistic Producers of SIX

Six The Musical As the pandemic struck, SIX was playing to sold out houses in London’s West End, across the UK and Australia, and had its opening night in New York on Thursday March 12 cancelled when the New York Governor shut down Broadway three hours before the show was due to open.

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