It’s an interactive, fun and endlessly fascinating insight in to our body and mind, including the impact our lifestyle choices have on our health.
Less than half of theatregoers can correctly name 8/10 of these theatrical streets! Can you score a perfect ten?
British audiences are spoiled for choice this autumn: Don’t miss out on world class West End Theatre… You’ll be gutted if you do!
Here’s why you should see David Tennant in Patrick Marber’s Don Juan in Soho, currently playing at the Wyndham’s Theatre.
Les Mis London just announced a new cast starting on June 12: just in time for you to […]
We look at the most awe-inspiring shows opening in London Theatres in 2017 and how you can find the best tickets.
Top London nightspot Mint Leaf rocked into the wee small hours last night as the venue played host to the new cast for Kinky Boots 1st Birthday. London’s tightest, brightest, kinkiest show celebrated the big day a whole week early, with champagne flowing and celebrity guests joining in with the sorts of shenanigans that would make a drag queen blush.
From a ridiculous amount of bras to a low-down of every character and a series of behind-the-scenes videos, satiate your curiosity of all things Mamma Mia! right here.
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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?
Batboy: It’s a BEAST of a show
Meeting Luke Fredericks – currently directing Batboy which begins previews at the Southwark Playhouse tonight, 9th January 2015 – is unforgettable. Full of energy and passion, it’s a privilege to meet this ebullient young director, whose recent production of Carousel, New York Times critic Ben Brantley described as
From the first moment Beverley Knight slinks an elegantly turned ankle on to the stage of the Shaftesbury […]
Theatrepaws review, 26 October 2014 “You Gotta Get a Ticket”. When Imelda Staunton battles onto the Chichester Festival […]