Cirque du Soleil comes to London, with clowns and acrobats to astonish your eyes! Kooza is a return to Cirque du Soleil’s circus origins with its acrobatics and clowning- after all, Cirque du Soleil translates as “Circus of the Sun” and was founded by Guy Laliberté, a previous circus member himself. A combination of the two favourite aspects of circuses around the world, this show is not likely to dissatisfy in any way.It tells the story of a melancholy... [More]
(FREE Pub Passport – a meal and a drink – worth £15 with bookings over £400*)
How about a meal and a drink for each member of your party when you book a theatre break with us? That’s right; a Pub Passport worth £15 entitles each and every member of your party to just that.
Can I choose my favourite pub?
Absolutely! You have the freedom to pick the pub of your choice from amongst the 45 pubs participating in this Pub Passport scheme. The best... [More]
‘The Nutcracker’ is one of the most traditional Christmas tales to be told, and is a joy to see and perform on stage. I should know- because I was in it! I was seven years old, and was a sugarplum fairy flitting about the stage with eleven other girls. You can say that it doesn’t count, but it does to me! As such, Nutcracker is close to my heart. [More]
Prior to seeing this musical on Broadway, I had seen the movie featuring Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum as the Phantom and Christine Daaé respectively. Fantastically done in its own right, it became one of my favourite movies to watch on a rainy day at my grandmother’s, and its songs are still on my ’Top 25 Most Played’ on my iTunes. That, however, did not measure to seeing it performed live. One of the most thrilling and haunting musicals to ever reach the stage, ‘... [More]
V&A (Victoria and Albert Museum) presents Hollywood Costume Exhibition. The museum hosts a one-off showcase of costumes from Cinema. This is your chance to see – up close and personal – the amazing costumes and accessories of movies from the 1930s up to the present day. Most of these clothes and costumes were never publicly displayed before! According to the museum’s assistant curator, Keith Lodwich, his team spent five years on a worldwide treasure hunt, borrowing the cost... [More]
Yes, I will admit that I sang along (in my head) with every song in the show. After seeing the musical for the first time six years ago, I quickly grew obsessed and listened to the soundtrack on repeat until the lyrics became permanently embedded in my mind. The thrill of hearing the tunes for the first time got lost in a wave of repetition until the moment the first note was played last night, proving that the stage production is as magical as all the spells in Oz. Of course, ... [More]
Written by Colin Tean, ‘The Kingdom’ is a play with Greek roots- though this is not apparent at first, as it merely starts out with three Irishmen who continue on their workday, telling tales to pass the time. It is only through these tales that you discover the dark and twisted truth of their pasts. Surprisingly enough, I really liked the play. I had to go for a class, and you know when you have to do something for school, it is guaranteed to be boring, or to have some signi... [More]
The first theatre visit I had within a week of my arrival to London was to see 'The 39 Steps', and was I in for a night of surprises! I hadheard little to nothing about the play but merely that there were four actors playing at least 139 roles. Intrigued but not very interested, I came into the theatre at Piccadilly Circus without any expectations. ‘The 39 Steps’ surprised and delighted me, for many reasons, but mostly because of the sheer brilliance of the actors.
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a musical written by David Grieg, based on Roald Dahl’s 1964 novel of the same name. Here are five interesting facts about the musical: [More]
London, the city that you can explore again and again always offers something new and special, whether day or night. One of the great night time adventures and fantastic activities is the London Riverparty. This party is like no other party you know. On the one hand it is not taking place on weekends, but on Mondays and Tuesdays. And on the other hand the party is not ashore, it is afloat.
Londoners don’t have to look back to the past weekends wistfully, as they ... [More]