Interview With… Ben McFarland

Ben McFarland chatted to us about The Thinking Drinkers latest show, arriving at the Leicester Square Theatre on the 30th November and 10th December. You guys met back in your 20’s while working on a leading pub magazine, how does it feel to think that you’ve known each other for so long? Yes, all the… Read More

NEWS: Musik to Transfer to London’s Leicester Square Theatre

The one woman show will play at the Leicester Square Theatre for a four week run following a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Producers have today announced that Musik, written by Jonathan Harvey and Pet Shop Boys Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, will transfer to the Leicester Square Theatre for a four week… Read More

Interview with… Lucy Porter

The comedian chats to Emma Clarendon about her newest show Pass It On at the Leicester Square Theatre on the 13th April. Hi Lucy, thanks so much for talking to me. How did the idea for Pass It On come about?  I inherited a collection of terrifying glass clowns from my mum when she died. They… Read More

NEWS: Sh!t-faced Showtime: Oliver with a Twist to Play at Leicester Square Theatre

From the people behind Sh!t-faced Shakespeare comes their production of Oliver with A Twist. Throughout 2019 Sh!t-faced shows will take over the Leicester Square Theatre – beginning with their own production of Oliver with a Twist, playing at the theatre from the 27th March until the 12th April. The professionals behind international hit, Shit-faced Shakespeare, bring… Read More

PREVIEW: Murder She Didn’t Write, Leicester Square Theatre

The improvised murder mystery show will continue its monthly  residency at the Leicester Square Theatre from the 13th January.  Produced by Something for the Weekend (producers of the Olivier award winning improvised musical Showstopper), Murder She Didn’t Write enjoyed a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe last August and will embark on a UK tour from February. In this riotous show, the audience becomes both author and sleuth as they are invited… Read More

NEWS: Alexander S. Bermange’s musical Thirteen Days to Play at Leicester Square Theatre

It has been announced that multi-award-winning composer and lyricist Alexander S. Bermange’s musical Thirteen Days will play at the Leicester Square Theatre on the 17th March.  The musical will have its gala performance at the Leicester Square Theatre in aid of the MAD Trust on the 17th March 2019 to raise funds for those living with or affected by HIV and AIDS both in the UK and Sub-Saharan Africa. Thirteen Days… Read More

REVIEW: Seth Rudetsky’s Broadway with Ramin Karimloo, Leicester Square Theatre

Entertaining, witty and welcoming – Seth Rudetsky and Ramin Karimloo present a wonderful night of music and anecdotes in the latest of Rudetsky’s “Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre” series. As a fan of Ramin Karimloo for a number of years, I was thrilled to learn that he would be joining the hilarious and equally talented… Read More

NEWS: West End & Broadway Star Ramin Karimloo to Headline Three Concerts at Leicester Square Theatre

It has been confirmed that the Love Never Dies and The Phantom of The Opera star will return to London this October for Seth Rudetsky’s Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre concert series.  The three concerts taking place on the 5th and 6th of October are the latest in the Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre series, which began… Read More

REVIEW: Romeo & Juliet, Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare, Leicester Square Theatre

Hilariously entertaining: Shitfaced Shakespeare does it again with their production of Romeo and Juliet. Shitfaced Shakespeare is back and consuming more alcohol whilst trying to perform Shakespeare involves one member of the cast being completely drunk and trying to stumble their way though an abridged Shakespeare play, with the cast having to play along to… Read More

REVIEW: The Merchant of Venice, Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare, Leicester Square Theatre

Actors being completely inebriated is probably not what you expect when you go to see a Shakespeare play. However, Sh*tfaced Shakespeare’s production of the Merchant of Venice is entirely just that. With an atmosphere that begins almost like a stand up comedy show, this production is hysterical from start to finish, as you watch an… Read More