NEWS: Bat Out of Hell to Return to London

The musical featuring Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf’s greatest hits will return to London in 2023, to play at the Peacock Theatre from the 17th February. The producers of Jim Steinman’s Bat Out of Hell – The Musical have confirmed that the production will play for a limited season at the Peacock Theatre from the 17th… Read More

Interview With…Nathaniel McBride

We chatted to the writer about his play Dictating to the Estate, which begins performances at the Maxilla Social Club on the 31st May. How does it feel to be seeing your play transformed into a production? On the one hand, it feels like a relief. The production was delayed for two yearsbecause of the… Read More

Five Reasons to See… My Fair Lady, London Coliseum

As the production prepares to officially open at the London Coliseum, Emma Clarendon explains her five reasons why you should go and see this revival of the musical. Hearing the English National Opera Orchestra performing Frederick Loewe’s gorgeous score: My Fair Lady has one of my favourite musical theatre scores in it and to hear… Read More

NEWS: TodayTix Announces Return of Ticketing Campaign 25 West End Shows at £25

The campaign will feature 25 West End shows with tickets available at £25. Designed to help audiences experience the wide range of entertainment available in London, the 25 West End Shows at £25 Campaign originally ran in 2019. This latest campaign will run for just two weeks from the 16th May until 29th May 2022. This year’s campaign… Read More

NEWS: The Play That Goes Wrong Releases Brand New Trailer

Mischief Theatre’s long running comedy is currently booking at the Duchess Theatre until April 2023. A brand new trailer has been released for the Olivier Award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong, which is continuing its West End run at the Duchess Theatre and is now in its eighth year. Co-written by Mischief company members Henry Lewis,… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for A Journey to the Past Concert

The concert celebrating the work of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty will take place at the Lyric Theatre on Monday 6th June. Bray Productions Ltd have confirmed the principal and supporting members of cast joining Olivier Award winner Maria Friedman in A Journey to the Past, a West End celebration of the works of the Tony… Read More

NEWS: The Theatre Cafe Announces The Theatre Cafe Diner

The new theatrical dining experience is set to open in the heart of the West on Shaftesbury Avenue. Opening this Summer, The Theatre Cafe Diner will be situated over two floors at 154 Shaftesbury Avenue to offer theatre fans a dining experience like nothing before. The main feature of the experience will be the highly… Read More

NEWS: Altitude Releases First Trailer For The Princess

The new documentary about the life of Princess Diana is set to be released in UK cinemas on the 30th June. The first trailer has been released for the upcoming documentary film exploring the life of Princess Diana, which will receive its UK premiere at the Sundance Film Festival London on the 11th June. The… Read More

Interview With…Connor Delves

Emma Clarendon chatted to Connor about starring in Rachel Garnet’s Starcrossed at Wilton’s Music Hall. Can you explain for those who don’t know what Starcrossed is about? Love. Life. Living. ‘Starcrossed’ explores the untold story of Tybalt and Mercutio, in the world of ‘Romeo & Juliet’. Running parallel to the original text, ‘Starcrossed’ explores forbidden love, connection, longing and tragedy,… Read More

Review Round up: Oklahoma!, Young Vic Theatre

Discover what has been said about this revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical, now playing at the Young Vic Theatre. The Financial Times: ***** “What makes the production is that it also fizzes with vibrant comedy. Wallace’s wonderful, spirited Ado Annie is well matched by James Davis, very funny as her none-too-bright fiancé Will, and… Read More