It’s no secret – January is a drag! Thank goodness we’ve got a West End filled to the brim with fantastic shows to get us through the cold, long nights…
Take a scroll through our list to see the stars we’re most excited to see in the West End in 2019!
From classic pantomimes to stunning West End musicals, there’s no shortage of entertainment to be found in London’s theatres. Amongst our favourites this year are Horrible Christmas and Awful Auntie…
After a teaser video posted by Hiddleston himself got fans talking last night, we can now reveal that it’s all because Tom will be starring in the critically acclaimed Pinter Season! Read for more.
With the festive spirit filling the air, we’ve put together a handy list of all our favourite Christmas Shows for this year. Read for more!
From The Box Office chatted with Misty writer and star Arinzé Kene about the success of the show, diversity in the West End and what we can expect from him next
Only Fools & Horses, the much-loved television show, will be making its way to London’s West End in 2019. Ahead of the debut, we’ve rounded up our top ten favourite Only Fools & Horses moments!
From The Box Office reviews Matthew Lopez’s The Inheritance. Directed by Stephen Daldry, this West End production is a triumph. Read our review here!
Following an immensely successful run at the Almeida Theatre, we asked ‘Summer and Smoke’ director Rebecca Frecknall how it feels to see her latest production of the play transfer to the Duke of York’s Theatre
Based on the 1980s cult classic, Heathers The Musical is your typical story of a high school nobody who becomes a somebody under the wings of the popular girls. Following a hugely successful run at The Other Palace, Heathers The Musical officially opened on the West End last week. Read our thoughts here!
It’s the story that shaped not only a young man’s life, but the understanding of life as we now know it. We asked playwright David Morton for all of the exciting details, ahead of the production’s historic opening.
After repairs and renovations to the Battersea Arts Centre, Missing has been reintroduced as the opening of the Phoenix Season, and what an opening it is
First look at An Ideal Husband, Classic Spring’s latest offering in their year-long celebration of Wilde, starring Edward Fox, Freddie Fox, and Frances Barber.
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.