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The Painkiller

Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon reprise their roles in Sean Foley’s adaptation of Francis Veber’s French Farce previously seen at Belfast’s...

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Motown the Musical

Now on sale Motown the musical. This hit Broadway show makes its way to the West End in February 2016. This new musical which features a book by Berry Gordy tells the real life story of the founding of the record label and the stars it made. This dazzling show features over 40 Motown hits including “My Girl”, “Heard it Through the Grapevine” “I Want You Back”, “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” sung by fantastic performers accompanied by an eighteen piece Orchestra. Unmissable for any Motown fan! Tickets available from just £25.00.

Cats

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical returns to the London Palladium this October due to popular demand. The musical adaptation of T.S. Elliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats tells the story of the night the Jellicles come together for the Jellicle ball where Old Deuteronomy makes the “jellicle choice” and decides which of them is to ascend to the Heaviside Layer to be reborn. Expect a spectacular 1980’s dance extravaganza which also includes the hauntingly beautiful song “Memory”. This acclaimed revival reunites the shows original creative team and comes highly recommended. Tickets available from just £26.00.

 

 

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  • 1984

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    Playhouse Theatre

    Opens 12 Jun 2015

    Hot off the back of a successful tour, this critically acclaimed Headlong, Almeida and Nottingham Playhouse co-production returns to the West End. Based on the classic...

  • Whose Line is it Anyway? Live

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    Adelphi Theatre

    Opens 20 Jun 2015

    This production marks the world premiere of Whose Line is it Anyway? Live. This stage version of the classic show is hosted by Clive Anderson and reunites some of the...

  • The Importance of Being Earnest

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    Vaudeville Theatre

    Opens 24 Jun 2015

    David Suchet stars as Lady Bracknell in Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy at the Vaudeville theatre from the 24th of June. The plot centres on John and Algernon and the...

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  • American Buffalo

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    Wyndham's Theatre

    Closes 27 Jun 2015

    Damian Lewis stars alongside John Goodman and Tom Sturridge  in David Mamet’s play American Buffalo from April 2015 at the Wyndham’s Theatre. The play tells the...

  • Beyond Bollywood

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    London Palladium

    Closes 27 Jun 2015

    Beyond Bollywood is a vibrant dance extravaganza which arrives at the London Palladium straight from Mumbai. It follows a young girl who travels from Germany to India to...

  • McQueen

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    St. James Theatre

    Closes 27 Jun 2015

    A new play about the legendary fashion designer Alexander McQueen starring Glee’s Dianna Argon and Bluestone 42’s Stephen Wright comes to the St James theatre.

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