Following a sold-out run at the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival, New Voices Theatre will be perfroming Cirque: Voila for one night only at Jackson's Lane, on the 15th of February 2020 at 7:30pm.
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Last updated: Friday, 9 April 2021 at 15:04
Following sell-out performances at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and The Bush Theatre, Richard Gadd's Baby Reindeer will transfer to the Ambassadors Theatre for a strictly limited season from April 2nd-May 2nd 2020 before heading to BAM, in New York.
Adapted for the stage by Joseph O'Connor, Theatre Royal Bath's production of Daphne du Maurier's My Cousin Rachel is to continue its tour of the UK.
Currently playing at the Sheffield Lyceum until the 5th of January, the play will run at the Chichester Festival Theatre from the 28th of January-1st of February, before opening at London's Richmond Theatre on the 4th of February 2020.
From the 6-8th March 2020, London's Southbank Centre will play host to the WOW (Women Of The World) Festival.
This year marks WOW's 10th anniversary, with the line-up including a range of Day Pass and ticketed events featuring some of the world’s most exciting performers, activists and voices.
From the makers of Thor and Loki and We Can Make You Happy, comes a brand-new musical about anxiety. Everything is Absolutley Fine will play at the Camden People's Theatre from the 7th-11th of April, before embarking on a UK Tour until the 18th.
Tour Venues as follows: Cast, Doncaster (14th April), EM Forster Theatre, Tonbridge (16th April), Theatre Clwyd, Mold (17th-18th April).
This summer, the world premiere of The Garden Of Words, a new theatrical adaptation based on the anime from Makoto Shinkai/ CoMix Wave Films, comes to London's Park Theatre.
The production will run from the 16th of July-15th August 2020.
Nick Afoa is set to join the touring production of The Lion King as the character of Simba from the 30th of April. Afoa is currently starring in London’s West End production, where he has performed as Simba for three years.
God of Carnage - Yasmina Reza's award-winning examination of middle-class parenting - celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Now playing at Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre until 18 January 2020, the production will continue on to Theatre Royal Bath (20 – 25 January), then to Theatre Royal Glasgow (27 January – 1 February), Cambridge Arts Theatre (3 – 8 February) and Rose Theatre Kingston (10 – 15 February).
Comedian, actor and singer Jason Manford has been announced as the host of the Olivier Awards 2020 with Mastercard. It will be Manford's third time hosting this most prestigious of ceremonies, celebrating the best of London’s world-leading theatre.
The event will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 5 April.
Due to personal reasons, Stephanie J. Block has had to cancel her performance at London's Cadogan Hall on the 12th of April 2020.
Of the upheaval, Block says:
"The last few days have been a whirlwind of unexpected events and, sadly, I must reschedule my Sunday, April 12th 2020 concerts. HOWEVER, within those last 48 hours, the producers, Cadogan Hall and I have worked hard to secure another date this season. So hold onto those tickets because I’m comin’ for you this summer! Everyone who has purchased seats will be automatically transferred to the corresponding matinee or evening performance for August 30th, 2020."
The UK's leading showcase for new British musical theatre writing, BEAM2020, will run from the 26th-27th March 2020 at the Royal & Derngate, Northhampton.
BEAM2020 is the largest marketplace of its kind - bringing together key industry figures and talent. Alongside presentations of 41 new musicals in development, BEAM will include masterclasses, networking opportunities, panel discussions and an evening, public-facing showcase in association with ALP’s Signal on Thursday 26th March.
Full information on this years line-up can be found on the theatre's website.
Spearheading celebrations in light of their 25th year as a company, Frantic Assembly's I Think We Are Alone (a major new play by Sally Abbott) will premiere at the Theatre Royal Plymouth on the 3rd of February before embarking on a UK Tour.
Tour venues and dates as follows: Liverpool Playhouse (11th-15th Feb), King’s Theatre Edinburgh (17th-21st Feb), Theatre Royal Stratford East (25th Feb-21st Mar), Leicester Curve (24th-28th Mar), Nuffield Southampton Theatre (31st Mar-4th Apr), Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Guildford (14th-18th Apr), Northern Stage Newcastle (21st-25th Apr), Bristol Old Vic (28th Apr-2nd May), Oxford Playhouse (4th-9th May) and The Lowry Salford (12th-16th May).
Olivier award-winning musical Come From Away enters its second year in the West End, welcoming new cast members from the 10th of Febuary 2020.
These include: Tarinn Callender, James Doherty, Alice Fearn, Kate Graham, and Alasdair Harvey, with Ricardo Castro, Stuart Hickey, Sorelle Marsh, Micha Richardson and Matthew Whennell-Clark.
Exploring the divergent lives of two sisters, award-winning playwright Chloë Moss' latest work Run Sister Run will open at Sheffield Theatres on the 27th of February 2020 before tranferring to the Soho Theatre from the 25th March-2nd May.
Cast includes: Lucy Ellinson; Helena Lymbery; Lucas Button and Silas Carson.
Kevin Elyot's Coming Clean - a meditation on gay relationships, revived at the Kings Head Theatre in 2017 - begins its West End transfer this month at the Trafalgar Studios, running until the 1st of February 2020.
Starring Lee Knight as Tony, Elliot Hadley as William/Jurgen, Stanton Plummer-Cambridge as Greg and Jonah Rzeskiewicz as Robert.
The next Waitress London Cast Album Karaoke Night has been confirmed for Wednesday 15 January 2020, hosted by Lucie Jones and David Hunter in partnership with Encore Tickets.
Audience members can sign up before the show for the chance to sing one minute of any song from Waitress live on stage at the Adelphi, accompanied by the show’s musical director Katharine Woolley.
Ali Milles' The Croft opens at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham on the 22nd of January, before touring the UK until the 18th of April, 2020.
Directed by the award-winning director Philip Franks and produced by The Original Theatre Company, The Croft will star Gwen Taylor, Caroline Harker, Drew Cain, Lucy Doyle and Simon Roberts.
For one night only, West End stars Alice Fearn and Emma Hatton will perform in The Spark of Creation, a gala fundraiser celebrating the work of Stephen Schwartz at the Park Theatre on the 18th of January, 2020.
From the 2nd-11th of April 2020, Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre will play host to The Birthday Party - a new adaptation starring Michelle Collins, Tristan Gemmill and Paul Hickey - ahead of a UK Tour.
Full tour dates as follows: The Lowry Quays (14-18 April), Oxford Playhouse (21- 25 April), Guildford Yvonne Arnaud (28 April – 2 May), Edinburgh Kings (5-9 May), Norwich Theatre Royal (12-16 May), Cardiff New (26–30 May), Richmond Theatre (2-6 June) and Milton Keynes Theatre (9- 13 June).
Starring Toby Jones and Richard Armitage, Conor McPherson's adaptation of Uncle Vanya is set to open at the Harold Pinter Theatre on the 23rd of January. The production will run until the 2nd of May, with tickets available to book now.
Cast also includes: Rosalind Eleazar, Aimee Lou Wood, Anna Calder-Marshall, Dearbhla Molloy, Peter Wight and Ciarán Hinds.
New dates have been added to the run of THE BOOK OF MORMON at the Prince of Wales Theatre.: 6th April – 2nd May are now on sale.
& JULIET has extended its booking period for individuals up to Sat 3rd October, 2020.
MARY POPPINS at The Prince Edward Theatre has been extended. The extension dates are: Monday 8 June 2020 to Sunday 26 July 2020.
Kevin Elyot's Coming Clean will be staged at the Trafalgar Studios in the New Year, with previews from the 2nd-8th of January 2020, running until the 1st of February 2020.
Cast includes Lee Knight as Tony, Elliot Hadley as William/Jurgen, Stanton Plummer-Cambridge as Greg and Jonah Rzeskiewicz as Robert.
The East Midlands touring company New Perspectives announce Co-founder of Ambassador’s Theatre Group, Dame Rosemary Squire, as their first patron.
Nottingham-born Squire, most notable perhaps for co-founding ATG along with her husband, Howard Panter, is largely considered to be one of the most influential people in British theatre.
In the New Year, Evelyn Hoskins is set to join the cast of hit musical Waitress in the role of Dawn. Original cast member Marisha Wallace is also due to return to the West End production.
Accompanied by the 22-piece London Musical Theatre Orchestra, musical theatre sensation Lucie Jones, star of hit musical Waitress, will perform her first West End solo concert: Lucie Jones Live at the Adelphi at the Adelphi Theatre on Sunday 16 February 2020 at 7pm.
Tickets on sale from Wednesday the 18th of December.
Quality Street, Laurie Sansom's debut production as Artistic Director of Northern Broadsides, will be opening in Halifax, February 2020. Casting is as follows:
Jessica Baglow will play the title role of Phoebe Throssel and Dario Coates as love interest, Valentine Brown. Further cast features Jim English as Fanny Willoughby/Arthur, John Gully as Recruiting Sergeant/Spicer/Georgy, Claire Hackett as Patty, Louisa May Parker as Susan Throssel, Alicia McKenzie as Mary Willoughby, Sophie Mercell as Charlotte Parratt and Gabriel Paul as Ensign Blades/Isabella.
Darren Day is set to star alongside Tracie Bennett and Harriet Thorpe in the first UK revival of Jerry Herman's musical, MAME. The production opened to rave reviews at the Hope Mill in Manchester earlier this year, and will play at the Royal & Derngate from the 7th-11th of January 2020 and the Salisbury Playhouse from the 21st-25th January 2020.
Fresh from a critically acclaimed run on Broadway, Will Eno's award-winning play, The Realistic Joneses, is due to be staged at the Theatre Royal Bath from the 6th of February to the 7th of March 2020. The full cast includes: Corey Johnson, Sharon Small, Jack Laskey and Clare Foster.
Immersive production, The Wolf Of Wall Street, will be hosting an a celebratory New Years Eve after-show party, with plans to see in 2020 in true Jordan Belfort style.
It will take place from 10:30pm-2:30am, with tickets available to book individually, or as a show and party package.
On Monday 16th December, tickets will go on sale for the highly anticipated 2020 Thursford Christmas Spectacular. Bookings can be made from 9:30am.
The 2019 production is currently playing until the 23rd of December, this year.
The Book Of Mormon has extended its run at the Prince of Wales theatre due to popular demand. The production will now be running until Saturday 19th September, 2020.
Aimie Atkinson will play ‘Vivian’ and Danny Mac will play ‘Edward’ in the smash hit PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL at the Piccadilly Theatre from 13 February 2020 where it will play for a strictly limited engagement of 46 weeks.
Based on the film of the same name, My Best Friend's Wedding - The Musical is set to premiere at Plymouth Theatre Royal from the 16th-26th of September 2020 ahead of a UK and Ireland tour.
The show will star Alexandra Burke in the title role of Julianne Potter, with further cast announcements expected soon. Rachel Kavanaugh directs; book by Ronald Bass and Jonathan Harvey.
Award-winning Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical, will be returning to tour the UK, with performances beginning at Manchester Opera House from 10–26 September 2020. Other tour dates include The Alexandra Birmingham from 29 September–10 October, New Wimbledon Theatre from 13–24 October, New Theatre Oxford from 27 October–7 November, Glasgow King’s Theatre from 10–21 November and Liverpool Empire from 8 December–2 January 2021. Further dates and casting to be announced.
Tickets go on sale Monday 9th December.
Extra show dates have now been added to the 32-week run of new musical The Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre in 2020. These are: Tuesday 14 April, Tuesday 11 August and Tuesday 25 August 2020, all at 2.30pm.
Running from the 29th of November to the 11th of January 2020 at the Kings Head Theatre, Charles Court Opera's The Nativity Panto - A Not-So Silent Night will star Emily Cairns, Meriel Cunningham, Jennie Jacobs, Matthew Kellett and Catrine Kirkman.
The Nativity Panto is written and directed by John Savournin with original music and lyrics by David Eaton, choreography by Damian Czarnecki, and set design by Rachel Szmukler, with lighting design by Ben Pickersgill, and costume design by Mia Wallden and Catrin Short Thyrsson.
Channing Tatum's Magic Mike Live extends its booking period at London's Hippodrome Casino due to unprecedented demand. The performance schedule will change on the 20th of January 2020 to accomodate additional weekend shows, with tickets on sale from today - Wednesday 4th December - at 10am.
Two extra performances of CINDERELLA at Trafalgar Studios have been added on Sunday 5th January – 16:30 & 20:30.
The Phantom of The Opera has been extended to 17th October 2020. Tickets for this new booking period are now on sale.
Performances of WAITRESS at the Adelphi Theatre have been extended until 4th July 2020.
Robert Icke (The Wild Duck, Hamlet, Mary Stuart, Oresteia, 1984) wins prestigious 65th Evening Standard Theatre Award, for The Doctor, ahead of its West End transfer. The 2019 awards ceremony, which took place last night, Sunday 24 November, at the London Coliseum, saw Robert Icke pick up the award for Best Director, a joint award for The Doctor and his production of The Wild Duck at the Almeida in 2018.
The West End Production of Dear Evan Hansen which officially opened last week at the Noël Coward Theatre, today announces a further release of tickets, now booking to 30 May 2020.
LES MISERABLES at the Sondheim Theatre has been extended and is now booking from April to October 2020.
THE DRIFTERS GIRL, an new musical about The Drifters, one of the world’s greatest vocal groups, will open in October 2020 at the Garrick Theatre with Beverley Knight starring as Faye Treadwell, the manager of the group.
Sales for individual customers to see Come From Away are now on sale for performances from Monday 17th February 2020 to 23rd May 2020.
The producers of the 2017 smash-hit La bohème, present a Puccini double-bill, Opera Undone: Tosca & La bohème, in brand new English versions by David Eaton and Adam Spreadbury-Maher. The production will run at Trafalgar Studios 2 from 5 February to 7 March 2020. Adam Spreadbury-Maher, Artistic Director of the King’s Head Theatre, will also direct the production, with musical direction from David Eaton. Opera Undone: Tosca & La bohème will have national press nights on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 February 2020 for the two casts.
THE BOOK OF MORMON has been extended and its new booking period is now live for sale. The new booking until date is Saturday 8 February 2020.
Public booking opens tomorrow, Tuesday 17 September at 8.30am for The Jamie Lloyd Company’s production of Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac, freely adapted by Martin Crimp, directed by Jamie Lloyd and starring the Golden Globe and Olivier Award nominated James McAvoy.
Mamma Mia – has been extended and its new booking period is now live for sale. Extended dates are 9th March 2020 - 19th September 2020.
Disney’s The Lion King is now on sale for performances Tuesday 18 February – Saturday 30 May 2020.
Over 200,000 new tickets are released for sale today for TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner which is now booking at the Aldwych Theatre in the West End to 27 June 2020.
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF today announces a final extension until 2 November at the Playhouse Theatre.
Come from Away extends at the Phoenix Theatre until 15th February 2020. The performance on 18th November has been cancelled and a performance added on Friday 22nd November. This performance will begin at 5.00pm and the evening will move to 8.30 for this performance only.
BACK TO THE FUTURE The Musical will open at the Manchester Opera House on 20 February 2020 for a strictly limited 12-week season, finishing on 17 May, prior to transferring to the West End.
THE LION KING extends to 15 December 2019. Tickets are now on general sale to individuals.
THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE AGED 13¾ - THE MUSICAL will open at the Ambassadors Theatre for a limited season from 15 June until 12 October 2019, with a Gala Night on Tuesday 2 July. Tickets go on sale from 5 April.
THE WORST WITCH will be running from 24 July – 8 SSeptember for 60 performances at the Vaudeville Theatre.
THRILLER LIVE has been extended with additional dates from October 1st 2019 to April 5th 2020. The period from Tuesday December, 17th – Sunday January, 5th is not on sale yet.
THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY today announces an extension of its Olivier Award-nominated show to run until Sunday 3 May 2020, as it celebrates its third birthday in the West End. Tickets for the new booking period are now on sale. Tonight marks the 1,423rd performance at The Criterion, the 7,115th theft of the diamond and the 10,584th appearance of the seagulls!
The Phantom of the Opera extends to Saturday 4th April 2020. The period from Monday 23rd to Saturday 4th January 2020 is not on sale yet.
Public booking for the West End production of Dear Evan Hansen opens next week on Monday 8 April 2019 at 10am BST. The Production will release additional tickets following a sell-out priority booking period.
Over 200,000 new tickets will go on public sale at 12 noon on Friday 25 January 2019 taking bookings for TINA at the Aldwych Theatre to Saturday 21 December 2019.
Due to an injury this week, Louise Redknapp has had to temporarily withdraw from performing the role of Violet in 9 to 5 The Musical. Louise is no longer able to properly rehearse the show in the remaining time left before opening. Louise will start performances sometime towards the end of March/early April 2019. The name of the actress stepping in to play the role in Louise’s absence will be announced shortly. Please contact us if you would like to exchange your tickets to a performance when Louise has returned to the show.
Reprising their highly praised performances from the Almeida run are Oliver Alvin-Wilson, Adrianna Bertola and Neil Haigh, who will be joined for the West End premiere by Alisha Bailey, Natasha J Barnes, Nicholas Karimi, Dan Crossley, Dyfan Dwyfor, Lauren O’Neill and Matthew Steer.
The Twilight Zone will be opening at the Ambassadors Theatre from 4 March 2019.
The show will be returning to The Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith for a third year running from 11 to 29 December 2019 with an extra week of performances.
Katharine McPhee is set to star in the West End premiere of Waitress as Jenna Hunterson, opening at the Adelphi Theatre next year.
McPhee will make her West End debut in this production, reprising her Broadway performance as Jenna Hunterson after playing the role for a four month engagement in 2018.
The Comedy About A Bank Robbery has extended its booking period at the Criterion Theatre, playing until 3rd November 2019, as well as announcing a new cast for its run.
Those joining the cast are Julia Frith (Caprice Freeboys), Liam Jeavons (Mitch Ruscitti), Jack Whittle (Sam Monaghan) and Jean-Luke Worrell (Warren Slax). On 15th January 2019, Gareth Tempest (Mitch Ruscitti) and Emily Stott (Caprice Freeboys) join the cast. The cast continuing in their roles include Samson Ajewole (Cooper), Jenna Augen (Ruth Monaghan), Jack Baldwin (Officer Randal Shuck), Leonard Cook (Robin Freeboys) and Chris Leask (Everyone Else).
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s production of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD will return for a UK tour in 2019, opening at Curve Leicester on 7 February.
Wicked the Musical has been extended from to Saturday 30th November. Tickets are nwo on sale.
Matilda the Musical has been extended from Tue 22 October 2019 to Sun 24 May 2020.
Cameron Mackintosh announced today further dates for the UK and Ireland tour of LES MISÉRABLES. In addition to the previously announced dates, the musical will also play Plymouth Theatre Royal (11 June – 6 July 2019), Bradford Alhambra (9 July – 10 August 2019), Liverpool Empire (9 – 26 October 2019) and Wales Millennium Centre Cardiff (26 November 2019 – 4 January 2020).
Mythic @ Charing Cross Theatre has been extended and is booking until 15th December 2018.
Tonight, Wednesday (14 November) Delfont Mackintosh Theatres will be undertaking some significant work on their system. The work will commence at 8.15pm. This means the following shows and venues will be affected during this time:
- Aladdin, Prince Edward Theatre
- All About Eve, Noel Coward Theatre
- Bill Bailey - Larks In Transit, Wyndham's Theatre
- The Book Of Mormon, Prince of Wales Theatre
- The Catherine Tate Show Live, Wyndham's Theatre
- Company, Gielgud Theatre
- The Height Of The Storm, Wyndham's Theatre
- The Inheritance Part 1 & 2, Noel Coward Theatre
- Les Miserables, Queen's Theatre
- The Price, Wyndham's Theatre
The work will be completed in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Audiences have two weeks left to catch Ken Urban’s arresting new drama A Guide for the Homesick, with its ‘mesmerizing performances’ (Aleks Sierz, Theatre Times) by the talented Douglas Booth and Clifford Samuel. This gripping new drama completes its hit run on 24 November 2018. The production is directed by Jonathan O’Boyle and produced by Stage Traffic Productions.
The Book of Mormon has been extended and is now running until 2nd March 2019.
The Comedy About a Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre has been extended. The new performances are from 9th April to 3rd Nov 2019.
The Simon and Garfunkel Story have added further performances to their run at the Lyric theatre and will now be performing into 2019.
This show is now booking until 24th June 2019.
Todrick Hall will star as Billy Flynn in CHICAGO from 19 November 2018 until the end of the show’s run at the Phoenix Theatre on 5 January 2019.
Europe’s largest immersive survival experience, Variant 31 arrives at a secret Central London location from 13 April 2019.This brand new, adrenaline-fuelled immersive show allows audiences to answer the question - ‘What would you do inside a horror movie?’ Putting you dead-centre in the action, this one-of-a-kind experience requires immense bravery and rewards survival skills while testing friendships and teamwork, like never before. In a vast interactive environment completely under your control, your choices will have consequences, and not all players will succeed. Packed with cutting edge technology and a host of hair-raising theatrical surprises, this game is not for the faint-hearted!
True West has extended its booking period by an extra week at the Vaudeville Theatre. The production will now play until Saturday 23 February 2019.
The performance schedule and prices remain the same for the additional week.
The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre has been extended until Saturday 1st June 2019.
Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre has been extended until Saturday 1st June 2019.
The producers of DREAMGIRLS have announced an extra matinee on FRIDAY 11th JAN 2019 – 14.30pm.
Les Misérables is extending its run at the Queen’s Theatre from Monday 4 March 2019 to Saturday 29 June 2019.
The Mousetrap at St. Martin’s Theatre has been extended to run until Saturday 5th October.
London Box Office has an exclusive offer for 42nd Street with Band A tickets for £42 top price. The offer is valid from 29 October – 21 December (all performances). Book by 31 October. + No booking fee on all other price bands from 22 Oct-21 Dec. Book by 18 November.
The new booking period runs from Tuesday 9 April to Sunday 29 September 2019.
The performance schedule and prices remain the same.
Devil You Know Theatre Company is delighted to announce the first London production since 2005 of the multi-award winning play THE RUBENSTEIN KISS by James Phillips, opening at Southwark Playhouse for a limited 4-week run from 14 March 2019, directed by Joe Harmston. There will be a national press night on 18 March 2019.
Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment and Hope Mill Theatre announced the transfer of their production of Aspects of Love at Southwark Playhouse for a limited season from 7 January to 9 February 2019, with a national press night on Thursday 10 January.
Full casting has been announced for the special 10th anniversary tour of American Idiot – the ground breaking Tony award-winning rock musical with music by punk-pop and multi Grammy award-winning band Green Day. Leading the cast is: Waterloo Road’s Tom Milner as Johnny; 2013’s X Factor third place runner-up Luke Friend as St Jimmy; and 2016 X Factor finalist Sam Lavery as Whatsername.
The cast is completed by: Glenn Adamson (Theo); Laura Marie Benson (Lesley); Jennifer Caldwell (Swing); Joshua Dowen (Tunny); Raquel Jones (Extraordinary Girl); Daniel Law (Swing); Rory Maguire (Gerard); Shekinah McFarlane (Alysha); Siobhan O’Driscoll (Heather); Samuel Pope (Will); Alexandra Robinson (Libby); and Christian Tyler-Wood (Declan).
Over 190,000 extra seats go on sale today as THRILLER LIVE opens a new West End booking period to September 29, 2019
Thriller Live will celebrate its 10th birthday in the West End on January 22.
On April 9 it will become the 13th Longest Running West End Musical in history.
Due to popular demand, Alexandra Burke and Duncan James will extend their runs in CHICAGO at the Phoenix Theatre. Alexandra Burke will play Roxie Hart until 10 November 2018 and Duncan James will play Billy Flynn until 17 November 2018. Laura Tyrer will play Velma Kelly until 20 October followed by Josefina Gabrielle who returns to the role of Velma Kelly from 22 October – 5 January 2019.
Please note: Alexandra Burke will not appear between 15 – 24 October 2018 and Duncan James will not appear between 6 - 12 November 2018. Sarah Soetaert will play the role of Roxie Hart between 15 – 24 October 2018.
the production of Caroline, or Change at The Playhouse Theatre has now extended public bookings until Saturday 6th April 2019.
Wayward Productions, led by Judith Dimant, today announce their inaugural production of Enda Walsh’s adaptation of Max Porter’s award-winning novel Grief is the Thing with Feathers. Walsh also directs, reuniting him with Cillian Murphy, following the huge success of their past collaborations: Disco Pigs, Ballyturk and Misterman.
New Adventures announced today the world premiere of Matthew Bourne’s ROMEO AND JULIET opening at Curve, Leicester on Monday 13 May 2019, as part of a UK tour to 13 venues including a four-week summer season at Sadler’s Wells from Wednesday 7 August to Saturday 31 August 2019.
The West End season of the award-winning Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical must end at the Dominion Theatre on Saturday 5 January 2019. Meanwhile, the North American Tour opens in Toronto, Canada on 16 October 2018 and the German language premiere will open in Oberhasuen, Germany on 2 November 2018.