NEWS: Thriller Live Now Booking Until April 2018

The popular West End show is now booking at the Lyric Theatre until the 1st April.  The show in which the music of Michael Jackson is celebrated has today confirmed that it is set to remain in the West End until at least 1st April 2018. Having recently celebrated becoming the 15th longest running West… Read More

NEWS: The Bush Theatre Re-Opens Following Major Redevelopment

The theatre officially re-opens following a £4.3 million redevelopment carried out by architects Haworth Tompkins.  After a year’s worth of refurbishments, the Bush Theatre is officially open to the public, with images of the newly revamped building being released to mark the occasion. To celebrate, the theatre will be presenting a week-long of ‘house warming’… Read More

NEWS: West End Musical Aladdin Announces First Autism-Friendly Performance

Disney’s hit musical Aladdin has announced it will be presenting an autism friendly performance of the show at the Prince Edward Theatre in August.  Having opened in London’s Prince Edward theatre in June 2016, Disney’s Aladdin has announced that it will be presenting an autism friendly performance of the musical for audiences on the 29th… Read More

NEWS: Danny Mac to Lead the Cast for On The Town at Regent Park’s Open Air Theatre

The Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park have announced casting for its upcoming production of On the Town, arriving at the theatre from the 19th May.  It has been announced that Strictly Come Dancing star Danny Mac will lead the cast in the revival of the musical directed and choreographed by Drew McOnie. Also joining… Read More

NEWS: Serena Jennings to Play Alistair in All Female Production of Posh

The news comes as Game of Thrones star  Hannah Murray departs the production due to personal reasons.  In a statement, producers said: “It is with sadness that we have to announce Hannah Murray’s departure from ‘Posh’ due to personal reasons, unrelated to the production. However, we are thrilled the role of ‘Alistair’ will now be… Read More

REVIEW: A Dark Night in Dalston, Park Theatre

Stewart Permutt’s play is harmless enough but it lacks a sense of purpose that doesn’t drive the story forward – making it an increasingly frustrating watch.  This is possibly one of the most frustrating productions to hit the stage in 2017 so far. Stewart Permutt has created a play about two opposing people and focusing… Read More