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Sunday George Savoy.jpg
04 Dec
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Josephine Balfour-Oatts

SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE - one of 2020's most coveted theatrical events

Sunday George Savoy.jpg Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford are set to storm London's Savoy Theatre next summer as part of the critically-acclaimed Sunday In The Park With George. Why should it have pride of place in your 2020 calendar? Read on to find out more. 

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DEAR EVAN HANSEN - & Juliet
25 Nov
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Phil Willmott

EVAN HANSEN or & JULIET? Whatever your mood tonight there’s a West End musical to suit you

DEAR EVAN HANSEN - & Juliet Two major musicals opened last week DEAR EVAN HANSEN and & JULIET. There couldn’t be two more different shows and it really does prove there’s a West End musical for you, whatever your mood.

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Cats 2019 Film
25 Nov
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Phil Willmott

Will Hollywood’s Freaky New Movie of CATS Ruin the West End Favourite?

Cats 2019 Film If you follow show business news you can’t fail to have noticed the online storm advance clips of the forthcoming film of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s CATS has provoked.

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Whoopi Goldberg - Sister Act London
24 Oct
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Phil Willmott

Sister Act, staring Whoopi Goldberg, Makes a Surprising return to the West End

Whoopi Goldberg - Sister Act London The West End is abuzz this morning with the news that the hit musical SISTER ACT will return to the capital next year starring movie actress Whoopi Goldberg.

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UP Pompeii
14 Oct
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Phil Willmott

Comedies on Stage: ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES, UPSTART CROW & UP POMPEII

UP Pompeii Hit TV shows don’t traditionally make good theatre. They’re tightly crafted to work within a thirty minute frame work and can seem over stretched when padded out to two plus hours.

But audiences love the familiar and the chance to see their favourite characters live is irresistible whether or not they’re played by the same actors as on TV, just as long as they look and sound like the originals and have the same catch phrases.

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