Here’s LLLC’s weekly guide to some of the shows you might want to book tickets for…

The Wedding Singer, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre: while critics may have had mixed thoughts on this musical based on the Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore film, if you are looking for entertainment then why not pop along?

Endgame, Old Vic Theatre: Daniel Radcliffe is back on stage again alongside Alan Cumming in a revival of Samuel Beckett’s play as part of a double bill along with Rough for Theatre II. Find out what the critics thought here.

Blood Brothers, UK Tour: currently embarking on a brand new UK tour, check out our interview with Lyn Paul discussing returning to the role of Mrs Johnstone for the final time ahead of the production opening at Richmond Theatre here.

Shoe Lady, Royal Court Theatre: while not officially opening until March, it might be worth getting in and getting your tickets for this shoe now as Katherine Parkinson and Kayla Meikle are set to star in this strictly three week limited run of this production.

Opera Undone: Tosca & La bohème, Trafalgar Studios:  now running at the Trafalgar Studios, this transfer of the King’s Head Theatre’s take on these two classic operas will continue to play until the 7th March. Find out more in our interview with cast member Hugo Herman Wilson here.

La Cage Aux Folles (The Play), Park Theatre: opening for previews on the 12th February, this is the UK premiere of the English language production of the play which has famously been transformed into a musical. We chatted to cast member Arthur Hughes about the production.

The Seagull, Playhouse Theatre: following on from Cyrano de Bergerac, Jamie Lloyd will continue his year long season at the Playhouse Theatre with a new version of Chekhov’s classic play adapted by Anya Reiss and starring Emilia Clarke.


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