It’s that time of year again! Love is in the air and you’re searching for the perfect Valentine’s date night. From The Box Office has all your romance needs covered…
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!
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.
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.
Paul Anderson, star of Peaky Blinders, will star in a new adaptation of Moliere’s Tartuffe at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
2017 was a great year for London theatre, and there were certainly more than just 12 things we loved about it.
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!
Is the budget of a show a predictor of its success? To find an answer, we looked into the most costly productions in musical theatre history and compared production cost to ticketing revenue – first in London’s West End, then on Broadway.
Les Mis London just announced a new cast starting on June 12: just in time for you to […]
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!
Who is the mysterious man in Row Q that terrifies staff at the Apollo Victoria? What’s the most haunted building in Theatreland? Why do so many actors and crew report supernatural encounters and where do Front of House staff refuse to work alone?
The glitter ball is back…and it might be borrowing more from the West End’s Theatres than you think! […]
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.
Entertainer Ronnie Corbett has died at the age of 85. Best known for entertaining the nation in The Two Ronnies, this diminutive genius also lit up the London Palladium in a glittering career on Stage, Screen and TV.
Ronnie developed a love of the stage performing in amateur pantomimes and attended stage school in Edinburgh. Spotting Ronnie’s enormous talent, Sir Cedric Hardwicke encouraged him to pursue a career on stage.
Before his TV career, Ronnie also appeared in the musical
When we last met Murray Lane he was stuck in a lift with Patti Lupone seconds from disaster in Sunset Boulevard. In the second part of our exclusive two part showbiz interview , we talk to the man who dressed Lee Evans in The Producers, once revealed a nearly naked Oliver Thornton in Priscilla, and is now leaving Oompa-Loompas in stitches on a nightly basis at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
Hi Murray – tell us about your current show…
Right now I’m working on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – I can’t believe it’s been two years! I actually started 3 weeks after the show opened. Before that, I was on Viva Forever!
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”?
The announcement of Nicole Scherzinger as Grizabella has blown The Palladium Box Office with bookings and tickets were […]