2017 was a great year for London theatre, and there were certainly more than just 12 things we loved about it.
Who doesn’t love a good private joke? Here are 10 of our favourite jokes that only a theatre nerd would understand.
There’s no business like show business, especially when things don’t go as planned!
The London production of the musical An American In Paris will close in Jan 2018 and there will be a cinema release for the show.
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!
Esteemed playwright Conor McPherson’s electrifying new show, featuring Bob Dylan classics, opens in a world première at The Old Vic in July. So what’s it about? Is it a musical? Here we have all the answers.
More cast members are announced for the five-week festive run of Dick Whittington at the London Palladium. Find out all the info here.
After the record-breaking success of Amaluna earlier this year, Cirque du Soleil returns to London’s Royal Albert Hall in January 2018 with its never seen before in the UK show, OVO. Find out everything here.
Ever thought of working in a theatre box office? It’s great fun – although we can think of at least 10 things that will drive you mad!
We asked Facebook users their least favourite audience behaviour in theatres – here are the top 10 results.
We ask Facebook users to vote for the bad behaviour that annoys them the most in theatre.
Thrills, stockings, drag queens and swingers – Christmas in London never disappoints and this year along with the traditional treats, there are some real crackers to chase the winter blues away.
So while the wine is mulling, the goose is getting fat and the halls are decked with boughs of holly, it’s high time y’all get yourselves into the wonderful West End – here are our top tinselly tips for a Rocking Yule and an unforgettable Xmas!
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…
A trip to Glasgow is the perfect winter treat. If you’ve never been to this city of wonders […]
Think you know your Cats from your Evita? Just for fun we’ve mixed up 20 musicals – how long will it take you to untangle the anagrams? It’s tougher than you think! Share your score but don’t give the game away….
No. 1) A Theft Prone Homeopath
No.2) Ow – hot abs
We sent our elves out to find the best gifts for Theatre Lovers. They came back with twelve […]
This weekend sees the 60th anniversary of the camp-fest that is the Eurovision Song Contest.
Vienna has re-phased its traffic lights in anticipation for a competition which started way back in 1956 when Europe was just a group of countries making cheese and squabbling over Poland. Since then, Europe has opened it’s arms to allow countries like Azerbaijan, Israel and anyone else with enough money to take part. This year, it’s Australia.
Eurovision is unashamedly camp: Last year’s winner was Austria’s Conchita Wurst – part drag queen part bearded sausage. Before that we had Jedward singing about lipstick and Russia’s dancing grandmothers creating a decoy while the rest of the family invaded Ukraine. The West End has a long standing love affair with all this nonsense…so just how many West End performers have stepped up to “take one for their country”?
I’m Winston. The Theatre Cat.
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