Set Your Alarms….More Cabaret Tickets To Be Released Soon

Cabaret has been the talk of the town for more ways than one. First and foremost it's sounding like a hugely exciting production. The Playhouse Theatre has been overhauled to create the atmosphere of the Kit Kat Club. The upper circle capacity has been heavily reduced, the rake has been increased to hopefully improve sight... Continue Reading →

Why I won’t stop talking about the Orchestra cuts at the Phantom of the Opera

The West End is slowly but surely returning and it's going to need all the support it can get. Why then, as an avid supporter of all things theatre have I become such a pessimist of the Phantom of The Opera's decision to cull half an orchestra and to close the original production? While I... Continue Reading →

ENO Extends Free Tickets To Under 25s And Offers Discounts For Under 35s

The English National Opera has announced that its scheme for under 18s to access free tickets at its Covent Garden home is to be extended to cover those under 21. Tickets are available on every level of the London Coliseum from the Stalls to the Balcony. In order to be eligible, all you need to... Continue Reading →

The Point Of No Return? Phantom Dibacle Continues As Makintosh Launches A War Of Words On Musicians In A Disdainful Interview With Dominic Cavendish

It's been no easy feet to keep track of the goings on at the Phantom of the Opera. First it was closed for good, then promised to be reopened as the 'Brilliant Original', then a new design was announced. Most recently it was revealed there would be a slashing of the Orchestra and a pushed... Continue Reading →

A Run Down of the Lion King’s Dynamic Pricing Structure at the Lyceum

Before the pandemic, one of the trickiest tickets to bag in London was for the Lion King. Running since 1999 to huge critical acclaim,entertaining millions, the mammoth musical has dominated the Lyceum ever since and has ticket prices to match. Tickets go on public sale this Wednesday for the show's reopening at the end of... Continue Reading →

Review: Everybody’s Talking About Jamie at the Apollo Theatre, London

Writer & Lyrics: Tom Macrae Director and Co-Writer: Jonathan Butterell Music: Dan Gillespie Sells Regular sell-out nights, a live broadcast and screening in cinemas across the World and a planned film adaptation in the works. All of this and it's only been running in London for 11 months! it's clear that there's a massive hype... Continue Reading →

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre, London

One of the most anticipated theatrical events for many years has finally been unleashed to the world. Based moments after the Epilogue of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows it follows Harry, Ginnie, Ron, Hermione, Malfoy and Astoria's children through their journey at Hogwarts while also following the original trio's lives now and exploring the past Harry especially has had to deal with.

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