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Disney Musicals
18 Sep
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Phil Willmott

What Next for the Disney Musical?

Disney Musicals Flying carpets will be swapped for flying nannies at the Prince Edward Theatre next year when the long-running blockbuster musical ALADDIN with be replaced by the return of the long-running blockbuster musical MARY POPPINS.

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Alice Allemano
05 Sep
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Phil Willmott

Preview: ABOUT LEO at Jermyn Street Theatre

Playwright Alice Allemano writes about the inspiration behind her new piece ABOUT LEO which runs at Jermyn Street Theatre from September 5 to 29.

Alice Allemano

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Strictly Ballroom - The Musical
03 Sep
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Phil Willmott

Goodbye STRICTLY BALLROOM but Shows Based on Films Keep on Coming

Strictly Ballroom - The Musical It’s been announced that STRICTLY BALLROOM, a musical based on the popular Australian indie film, will close at the West End's Piccadilly Theatre on 27th October 2018. It’s a fun if lightweight night out and well worth catching if you enjoy jukebox musicals.

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Jordan Luke Gage
23 Aug
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Phil Willmott

Catching Up with Bat Out of Hell

Since it opened at the Coliseum in 2017 the rock musical BAT OUT OF HELL, featuring songs made famous by Meatloaf has firmly established itself as a West End favourite. Now in its new and I imagine long-time home, the massive Dominion Theatre, it seems bedded in for a significant run.

Jordan Luke Gage Jordan Luke Gage will be taking on the lead role of Strat from 3 September

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Cameron Mackintosh
13 Aug
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Phil Willmott

Cameron Macintosh Announces New Plans for your Favourite West End Venues

Cameron Mackintosh Cameron Mackintosh is not only the producer of some of London and New York’s longest running mega-hits of the past 30 years, including PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and LES MIS, but they’ve made him wealthy enough to buy the very theatres where they’re performed. After the restoration of the Victoria Palace Theatre ahead of the opening of Hamilton, he’s announced Wyndham's, Noël Coward, Gielgud, the Novello and the Queen's Theatre will also undergo improvement.

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