Specially tailored to children and adults on the autism spectrum, these shows include reduced lighting and sound effects, access to quiet areas, autism specialist volunteers, and a relaxed, non-judgmental environment.
We look at the most awe-inspiring shows opening in London Theatres in 2017 and how you can find the best tickets.
It can be a nightmare figuring out what to see that’s suitable for the kids. That’s why we put together this handy age-appropriate guide to London Theatre.
How can you connect with other theatregoers? Which are the most active facebook groups and online forums? Where can fans meet when the stage door closes? We’ve been trawling t’interweb for the best places to hang out with likeminded thesps…
From lakeside amphitheatres to snow-capped Chinese mountainsides, we’ve scoured the globe to find twelve of our planet’s most stunning theatres: auditoria where mankind & nature meet – with breathtaking results!
Updated: 5th Jan 2017
We asked West End box offices, casts & crew to name some of their favourite haunts. From basement bars to restaurants with Michelin stars, some are even close enough for interval drinks!
Listings run alphabetically by Theatre (Adelphi-Wyndhams) so you can find the best pub & restaurant near the theatre you’re visiting. So don’t be surprised if you bump into the actors – or even a bassoonist – over a pre-show G&T or late night Sticky Toffee Pudding!
As a London Blue Badge Tour Guide I’ve been leading a wide variety of tours for the past […]
We sent our elves out to find the best gifts for Theatre Lovers. They came back with twelve […]
London is a fascinating and sometimes chaotic city that can only truly be discovered by walking its streets. From mistresses to murderers and gruesome ghosts to warring writers – uncover the secrets of the West End’s Theatres and back alleys this summer with a London Theatre walking tour.
Our personal favourite is
This is a guest post in conjunction with Lux Guestlist.
London is one of the most culturally vibrant cities in the world including art, museums, festivals, music, among many other things.
London’s Theatreland isn’t short of celebrity hangouts or private members clubs. Along with The Ivy, The Groucho Club and Soho House there is also a plethora of night spots further west in uber-trendy (and uber-expensive) Mayfair, where you might bump into the likes of Prince Harry, Rihanna, or if you’re really unlucky, Girls Aloud.
But why waste your hard earned cash when there are more authentic places to chat theatre over a G&T or toast Oscar Wilde with a Guinness? Places where you will find the producers and actors, the stage hands and orchestra….
I’m Winston. The Theatre Cat.
Want to bag front row seats on the day for twenty quid? Fancy a gamble on the Book of Mormon Lottery? Missed out on City of Angels at the Donmar Warehouse?
Maybe you want to avoid wasting money on a complete turkey, but don’t have time to plough through endless reviews?
Originally posted on Life in the Cheap Seats – Webcowgirl's London theatre reviews:
After seven years on the ground in London and with over 900 plays / concerts /…