When Are All London Shows Opening In Again

Adelphi Theatre

The West End production of Back to the Future: The Musical is set to transfer to The Adelphi Theatre in London’s West End, for a limited run from 14 May 2021 (previews from 3 May). This follows a hugely successful UK tour which ran from October 2018 and visited 75 cities culminating in its final performance at the Manchester Arena on 6 October 2018. The Adelphi Theatre is a West End theatre located on The Strand in the City of Westminster, London.

Built by the partnership of William Wybrow Robertson and Camille Dry as part of their Adelphi Terrace enterprise and designed by W, The London NET (thelondonnet.co.uk). G. R. Sprague, the theatre opened on 21 October 1868 with Arnold McNally's play, The Hidden Hand. But where does this figure leave the anticipated West End production of Back to the Future: The Musical? There might only be a handful of London dates on offer, but it will also utilise the Adelphi Theatre's single biggest venue the 1700-seater Cambridge Theatre.

The West End has a lot to offer theatregoers, but if Back to the Future: The Musical is performed in its traditional time period, then it will be extra special. Why’s that, you ask? It will be the first show to perform in the Adelphi Theatre. The West End's pre-eminent venue for theatre, Adelphi Theatre is located in London on Aldwych. It opened in 1903 and has since been home to many of the biggest productions in London theatre.

The Adelphi Theatre is a West End theatre situated on Russell Street, in the City of Westminster. There is also a foyer bar available (a rarity at the Adelphi Theatre. ). At Woodford Station on the London Underground Central line, there is a wooden owl at the top of the stairs. It can be glimpsed when looking up while entering the platforms. No longer required for through trains to and from High Wycombe, this station became a goods yard only, continuing in operation until 1970.

Aldwych Theatre

This summer, Tina the Musical, which made history as the first ever musical to grace a West End stage starring a bear, will return to the Aldwych Theatre for a second run. There are no tickets for performances on Saturday 3 June 2021 at 14:30 and 17:00. Tina the Musical will reopen at the Aldwych Theatre, with tickets on sale now for performances from 3 Jun. 2021 to 26 Jun. 2022. Tina will play her final performance on Sunday 26 June 2021 at 16:00.

Apollo Victoria Theatre

Apollo Victoria Theatre in London is currently closed due to fire damage. The theatre has suffered a lot of damage from the fire which had started during an intense dress rehearsal, and is currently undergoing repairs. As we all know, theatre restores tend to take longer than other home repairs, but luckily you can still go see Wicked on its remaining dates at the Apollo Victoria Theatre. Theatregoers will have over a year to wait for the next time they can see Wicked the musical on the London stage.

Arts Theatre

We are planning to reopen the Arts Theatre in September 2020. In order to do this we need to go through a process to obtain a new licence. Currently, this process has stalled due to a lack of capacity in local authorities which deal with licencing such as ours. Once it returns we will be able to state an exact date for reopening. We hope this is not too far away but there is no way of knowing at the moment how quickly it will return.

The play Six, which was originally scheduled to open at the Arts Theatre on 3 September 2018, was cancelled and has been replaced by Aladdin. Six is now being scheduled to reopen at the Arts in 2022. It is not yet known who will be involved with this production of Six or whether anyone that was previously involved will take part in the reopening production. The Arts Theatre is a West End theatre in Great Newport Street, in the City of Westminster.

The theatre was built for actor-manager Edgar Bruce and officially opened on 20 April 1882. It was designed by noted theatre architect C J Phipps, and built at cost of £14,000 (plus £3,000 for fittings). Of the many London stage productions that had sold out tickets in advance this April, one of the most popular shows in London is a stage production called Six. Six tickets are extremely hard to come by for this award winning play.

Members have the opportunity to win free tickets to the Arts Theatre shows below. Please check your inbox for winning notifications from time to time. Check out Members'Blog regularly for more chances to win. The show was forced to close its doors last month following a safety check post fire that found the 1973 theatre remained safe. Wicked has announced it will resume performances at the Apollo Victoria Theatre in 3 months. The Wicked tickets currently available for sale can be purchased for performances until 27 Nov.


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Cambridge Theatre

Looking at what is currently on in London, the Cambridge Theatre is a first rate venue, with an incredible past. Successfully hosting many musicals and plays, it has seen legendary performances such as La Cage Aux Folles, Miss Saigon and A Chorus Line. At present, it's home to Matilda the Musical. Cambridge Theatre will be on hiatus between Jun. 2019 and Jun. 2022. The musical Matilda the Musical has been running at Cambridge Theatre since 3 July 2013, and will continue its run.

Thousands of tickets are already on sale for this hit musical starring Danielle Hope, Bertie Carvel. 2 tickets for Matilda the Musical at the Cambridge theatre on June 15th. Price includes booking fee. All around amazing show, we've already seen it 3 times each and wish to share the love with someone else.        Email me at [email protected] if interested. I was requested to write a blog post about a review on the Cambridge Theatre, but I can’t find any online at all.

Dominion Theatre

Now the secrets behind The Prince of Egypt will be laid bare at a new exhibition. Running from 3 June to 4 September 2015, The Prince of Egypt – The Story Behind the Creation of the Animated Film showcases newly drawn art and design drawings, film sequences, costumes and sculptures made for the hit animation movie. Fans will have an exciting opportunity to see incredible objects never before on display in the UK. The Prince of Egypt is now the longest running production in the Dominion Theatre’s history.

When it opened in December 2013, the show was due to run for 4 weeks only. Now it has been re-engaged and will run until 4 September 2014. In that time, The Prince of Egypt will have taken over £8 million at the box office. Dominion Theatre on London’s West End is home to The Prince of Egypt, which is showing at the venue until 4 September 2013. The show is based on the DreamWorks Animation film of the same name, which was released in 1998.

The Prince of Egypt has extended its run at the Dominion Theatre, due to Coronavirus. The Prince of Egypt tickets are on sale from 3 Mayto 4 September. If you have any information please leave me a comment and I will include it. The Cambridge Theatre is currently closed for refurbishment, and following the successful run of Matilda, a contract has been signed to keep the cast until July 2019. With music and lyrics by Cole Porter, it humorously and satirically depicts the lives of the rich and idle, who turn to love when their fortunes change.

Duchess Theatre

It's a great time to see The Play That Goes Wrong, the smash-hit comedy by Olivier Award winner Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields which is celebrating a year of packed houses at its current home, London's Duchess Theatre. The Play That Goes Wrong tickets are on sale now. With silly songs, a terrible set and some incompetent performers, this brand new stage adaptation will bring you hilarity on an epic scale. The Downton Abbey cast reunite for Julian Fellowes new comedy play about the unexpected chaos that ensues when Maud Wycherly, an infamous Hollywood diva arrives in rural England to star in a mysterious production at the crumbling Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society.

The Play That Goes Wrong is a farce about a murder of an actor on stage. Although it has been moderately successful (both in London and New York) the negative reviews are hilarious, "The swearing alone would have been enough to give Ken Russell pause for thought, as would the violence which features broken necks, tumbling chandeliers, face-slaps and much more besides. ". The smash hit that's so silly it's been seen almost every night, over 700 shows of sold-out, award-winning comedy.

The Play That Goes Wrong has delighted over 1. 5 million people worldwide since its world premiere in 2012 and is now a global phenomenon, with upcoming productions in New York (2016), Sydney (2017) and Dubai (2017). The play is currently suspended at the Duchess Theatre. Performances are scheduled to resume from 2 March with performances on until 26 Sept. 2021. The Play That Goes Wrong is a hilarious comedy that has delighted critics and audiences alike.

Eventim Apollo

The return of Sister Act the musical has been postponed four times since it was first announced in 2015. In September 2017, it was said that the show would be inspiring at the London Palladium in 2020. In December of that year, Whoopi Goldberg clarified that she would only be taking on an advisory role, with a new leading actress to be named shortly. Evidently, that hasn't happened yet. I'd like to say "I'll be there," but sadly it's going to have to wait until 2022.

Sister Actis a musical comedy movie released in 1993 that was based on the original musical. It starred Whoopi Goldberg and it received positive reviews from critics. The production of this production (yes, pun intended) is scheduled to take place between 2020 and 2022. Dates and venue will be released at a later date. Home to one of the largest West End theatres, The Eventim Apollo located on Shaftesbury Avenue, has been relaunched with a focus on live music.

Fortune Theatre

There are few plays that leave such a lasting impression on its audience as The Woman in Black, which will be showcased at the Fortune Theatre. The performance has wowed numerous theatre goers over the last few years and is still going strong. This is one of the longest-running shows in London and is sure to continue producing spooky, suspenseful theatrical performances for years to come. Fortune Theatre will reopen its doors on 21 July 2017 with the eagerly anticipated West End revival of Jonathan Maitland’s The Woman in Black.

The Old Vic’s major new production of the classic, spine-chilling thriller, directed by Matthew Warchus, will play a strictly limited season, ending 8 January 2018. If you have yet to experience this spine-chilling and gripping thriller, then grab your chance now. Since its premier at The Fortune theatre on 8 September 2012, The Woman in Black has become one of the most successful drama productions in West End theatre history. Sell your (VIP) ticket to The Woman in Black  touring production for Rugby, Northampton, Ipswich, Milton Keynes, Guildford, Plymouth and Southampton.

The Woman in Black is a play in two acts by Susan Hill that was first performed at the Fortune Theatre in London during October 1987.  Sister Actproved to be a success here, as well as a number of other productions including Strictly Ballroomand ThrillerLive. The production will open in the West End at the Apollo Victoria Theatre where Sister Act's producers The Really Useful Group will present it in partnership with MTI. 2021.

Gielgud Theatre

It is not easy to get the new US drama To Kill A Mockingbird, based on Harper Lee’s 1960 novel, performed on the London stage. This is because in Britain there has been a strong tradition of censorship concerning the right to freedom of speech. Since Christmas is just a few days away it's the perfect time to introduce you to another blog intro template. This one is all about new productions arriving to the theatre in London Gielgud Theatre, in particular.

During its Broadway engagement at the Shubert Theatre this summer,  To Kill A Mockingbird  won the 2018 Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding New Broadway Play. SCHEDULED TO PERFORM in 2021: To Kill A Mockingbird, directed by Marianne Elliott (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, War Horse). The West End premiere of To Kill A Mockingbird will be staged at the Gielgud Theatre. All future performance dates for To Kill A Mockingbird at the Gielgud Theatre.

Gillian Lynne Theatre

I was lucky enough to see Gillian Lynne’s work firsthand back in 2015 and left with a serious case of show-musical envy. The creative force behind the 1982 film adaptation of Victor/Victoria (she also choreographed) brings a storybook quality to her interpretations of fairy tales. Her most recent work Cinderella The Musical takes an optimistic approach to the well-worn plot of love at first sight by setting it in World War II, removing the protagonist’s wicked stepmother (so there’s less villainy to overcome) and giving her instead two helpful friends who are always on hand with a cup of tea or a bed for the night.

Cinderella The Musical will officially open at the Gillian Lynne Theatre on 30 April 2022. After numerous postponements, it has been confirmed that the show will make its long-awaited world premiere during the summer term of 2022. The show, which had been originally scheduled to open at the end of 2020, is set to be directed by Francesca Zambello (currently artistic director of Washington National Opera). Richard Eyre will be returning as the producer. Cinderella The Musical is scheduled to hit the stage in the Gillian Lynne Theatre, London on 30th April 2022.

The world première will be produced by Bill Kenwright and directed by Steven Edis. Steven speaks of the play; “Cinderella is an enduring tale about love, kindness and generosity, and we are thrilled to be producing this musical extravaganza. ”. Cinderella the Musical gained huge success on Broadway with an extravagant set and costumes. Now, you will be able to catch this fairy tale on-stage, at the Gillian Lynne Theatre. This theatre includes a preview of Cinderella along with a few other shows that are premièring in the next few seasons.

Harold Pinter Theatre

If Good is coming, it’s not news. Good has been on the horizon for years now – ever since it was first performed at the National Theatre in 2010 and caused a scarcely contained commotion. People left that first performance with a desperate need to discuss what they had seen. I wasn’t there, but I was told it was like nothing anyone had seen on stage before, and that this extraordinary evening – starting as a buried-alive nightmare of bullying loyalty tests and concluding in a musical finale based on Bach – reminded audiences how alive a play can be even when its narrative is laid out as a chain of cause and effect.

Opening in Spring 2011, the Harold Pinter Theatre will be a vital new addition to the London theatre scene. Curated by Ian McDiarmid and Patrick Stewart with artistic support from Sir Peter Hall and Nicholas Hytner, and incidental support from Stephen Daldry and Sam Mendes – the season will include original UK premieres of cutting-edge drama from around the world particularly from America and South America alongside established classics and works by today's most exciting young writers.

Goodwill be opening at the Harold Pinter Theatre following a switch from its original theatre, the Playhouse. The West End musical adaptation of Goodis not thought to have suffered a setback to production suggesting this may be purely a switch in performance venues rather than set-backs. Goodwill now reopen at the Harold Pinter Theatre instead of the Playhouse Theatre. The Harold Pinter Theatre is thrilled to confirm a ten-week transfer of Good, running from 24 July – 31 October 2019.

The critically acclaimed production will be directed by Ian Rickson, with set and costume designs by Peter McKintosh, orchestral arrangements by David Shrubsole and sound design by Christopher Shutt. The Harold Pinter Theatre will host the new production of Good. Performances will begin on Tuesday 13 November 2019, for a limited run until Saturday 28 January 2020. The hit Broadway play Goodwill be moving from the Playhouse Theatre to the Harold Pinter Theatre, it was announced today by producers.

London Coliseum

The London Coliseum will soon host the sequel to the smash hit musical Hairspray Hairspray Live, which was broadcast live to cinemas last year. The all-new production reunites original Hairspray creater Jerry Herman with producers and writers Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman for an energetic new take on this uplifting and heartwarming musical. Another London musical to be given the Broadway-style makeover, Hairspray will return to the West End after a gap of seven years.

The musical adaptation of the John Waters film will have its first performance at the London Coliseum on 22 April 2021 – marking 13 years since it originally closed in 2013. We are thrilled to announce that tickets for Hairspray will go on sale from 22 April to 28 August, with performances running from 16 October to 10 November. This brand new production will be directed by Jack O’Brien and choreographed by Spencer Liff. ___________.

The West End musical Hairspray is set to end its current run in July 2020. After a short period of closure, it will return in April 2021 with Olivier Award nominated director Jack O’Brien back at the helm following his debut production. Hairspray will return to a West End theatre in 2021. If you are a fan of the musical then book your Hairspray tickets now with us! The London Coliseum will host the show from 22 April until 28 Aug.

2021. The West End will host a whole new Hairspray cast for another 3 months from 22 April to 28 Aug, 2021. The show will finally reopen at the London Coliseum and tickets are already available. Gillian Lynne Theatre in Chiswick, west London started the restoration works on the 30th of December 2018. The decoration is being completed by Gillian Kaye based on designs by Michael Levine. The new musical will be produced and directed by original director Sir George Stiles.

London Palladium

While the dates and venue haven't been formally confirmed by producers, news of a new run of JTATAC has already appeared on the various ticketing websites. All those involved with last year's revival at the Palladium are believed to be returning. This includes director Jenny Sealey, choreographer Spencer Liff, designer Jon Bausor and orchestrator Chris Nightingale. The show will open on 1 July. 2021! Initially the production was slated for a short six-week engagement but popular demand won out and more dates have been added.

The musical was originally booked to run between 1 June and 3 July but based on the response, producers wanted to extend it. The award-winning musical will be directed by Richard Stafford, with set design by Sean Thompson and costume design by Matt Kinley. All three have previously worked on the show at the London Palladium. Casting for the production will begin in 2021. In 2016, the cast of Andrew Lloyd Webber's celebrated production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will return to The London Palladium for a special summer season, following their record-breaking winter engagement.

Lyceum Theatre

The Lion King has found its home at The Lyceum Theatre. The Broadway hit will embark on a 23-week run in October 2014, returning to the Broadway district after the conclusion of Superstorm Sandy clean up. Performances will begin on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 and open night is Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 7pm. Patrons are urged to visit the theatre website home page or facebook page for more details as they become available. The Lion King will open at the Lyceum Theatre, officially called the Novello Theatre.

As a precautionary measure, when all theatres are deemed safe to reopen, we expect an announcement from The Lion King producers no later than Friday 8 September 2017 and performances will commence shortly thereafter. The Lion King is the most successful musical of all time, and now it will return to the stage in New York City. The show has only been closed for 12 days, but already Disney has released a statement announcing that the show will reopen after everything bad from Hurricane Sandy is over.

The Lyceum Theatre was opened by D. W. Griffith in 1915, and is the only surviving theatre building from the silent film era of the early 20th century. It is now home to Hamilton-based Feld Entertainment's "The Lion King", the sixth longest running show in Broadway history. The Lion King, the Musical, has officially closed its doors. It will not reopen at the Minskoff Theatre on 46th Street in New York City.  As predicted, the show has set records for advance sales.

The Lion King was one of the biggest productions the Lyceum Theatre has ever hosted. It will return to the London venue once it is safe for theatres to reopen. Only last month, Andrew Lloyd Webber announced that JATAC would be back for a new season at the London Palladium. Now, we know when it’ll be back and who will direct. In April 2018, a reimagining of Andrew Lloyd Webber's acclaimed musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat opens at the London Palladium.

Lyric Theatre

The Lyric Theatre will resume operations from 1 March, the show’s Twitter account announced today. The musical was put on ice last December when it was “de-mounted” and replaced with a three-month run of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock. Six, the Michael Clark Company's latest creation, will resume performances at the Lyric Theatre from 1 March, with performances to 18 Apr. 2021. As confirmed in a tweet,Six will resume performances at the Lyric Theatre from 1 March, with performances to 18 Apr.

Noel Coward Theatre

Theatreland will come alive this autumn with the return of award-winning Dear Evan Hansen, just as soon as it is safe for us to reopen. No, that's not a typo – following the devastating fire at the west London's Apollo Theatre in June, we hope that audiences will be able to enjoy a brand new cast all over again when the Tony Award-winning musical returns (reopens, rather) to our stage. Today we learned that Dear Evan Hansen is set to reopen under the artistic direction of Christopher Ashley at a date to be confirmed, at the Noel Coward Theatre, when the building is deemed safe for the public.

This also puts doubt on the future of Come From Away which had originally announced it would play at the Novello Theatre. The news broke just after the announcement of the Tony Award nominations that Dear Evan Hansen the hit show currently at the Music Box Theatre will be moving in 2018 to the ever-popular Noel Coward Theatre confirming recent reports from theatre industry sources. The Tony winning musical Dear Evan Hansen will reopen at the Noel Coward Theatre March 16, 2018.

The show, which has been playing to sold out audiences at the Music Box Theatre since December 4, will make its way down the street when it is safe for theatres to reopen. Dear Evan Hansen has announced new performances at the Noel Coward Theatre in 2018. This production will open at the Bridewell Theatre on Tues 2rd May, 2018 and is booking up to Sat 3rd Jan, 2019. Dear Evan Hansen will reopen at the Noel Coward Theatre, once it is safe for theatres to reopen.

Novello Theatre

Mamma Mia! Tickets are on sale from 7 June to 2 Oct. 2021. Mamma Mia! The Musical will return to London's West End with an all new cast at the Novello Theatre. The internationally acclaimed smash hit musical about finding your real family packed with ABBA classics and an extraordinary story of love, friendship and identity returns this summer for a strictly limited ten week season following it's record breaking run in 2017.

Novello Theatre will be welcoming its very own ABBA-fuelled party, as the hit musical Mamma Mia! will kick off its second London run at the West End venue ahead of a ten week season, and end in 2021. The last time Mamma Mia! played in London was back in 2008, at the Prince Edward Theatre after the show first opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre back in 1999. One of the UK’s most popular and beloved shows, Mamma Mia! opened at the Novello Theatre on 18th October 1999.

The hit musical comedy made a triumphant return to the West End in April 2017 following a multimillion-pound refurbishment that has enhanced seats, lighting and sound plus added a new staging system designed by German technology experts, Toms. The hit musical Mamma Mia! will transfer to the Novello Theatre for a new production on 7 June. Featuring songs by Abba, the show has been hailed as a global phenomenon with over 50 million people globally having caught a glimpse of the show.

Palace Theatre

The Palace Theatre is delighted to announce that the Palace Theatre Christmas Pantomime,will now take place at the Palace Theatre, instead of Labadie Theatre as previously announced. This exciting West End musical celebration will still include all of your favourite panto characters plus appearances fromandReturning to London for the first time in 28 years, the entire cast will be new to the London stage and includes:, alongsideandThere will be a special appearance fromfromandwho will joinin a family dance finale.

, Director of Development for The Andrews Group, who have worked on many successful shows and events including therecently stated: “It makes sense to take this major production backto its home in London's West End. With so much media coverage and interest. '''A message from the creators: The original Harry Potter West End musical, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, is a global phenomenon. Now audiences across the world have a chance to experience this two-part play in person at the Palace Theatre.

For London audiences, this new production will include some exciting new surprises, as well as many of their favourite characters. Take a look below at what’s on offer and book your tickets for the most magical celebration of the year. '. It’s the season to be jolly…and also the season for Sondheim, Lloyd Webber and Cole Porter! Following a sell out run in 2016 at The Other Palace, Palace Theatre. West End Musical Celebration will return from 6 9 May 2017, with a new cast of West End stars celebrating all that's most jazzy, tuneful and heart-warming about the best loved songs from ‘The Woman in White’ to ‘Evita’ and beyond.

Today we are delighted to announce that the Palace Theatre will be joining forces with West End Musical Celebration to bring it back to its home – after a highly successful run at the Phoenix last year – for what is set to be the family musical event of the summer. If you would like to receive e-mail updates on future events at thePalace Theatre, pleasethis form. The following shows will now be taking place at the Palace Theatre instead of the New Adelphi.

Phoenix Theatre

The fastest growing theatre in the UK has announced that it will be staging a new production of the award-winning musical comedy from 11 February 2019. The announcement comes following its 2017 success, in which it welcomed more than 150,000 theatre-goers to its stage at the Bristol Hippodrome and as one of the most successful shows ever seen at Bath’s Theatre Royal. In the Footsteps is an award winning tour operator specialising in holidays to Cuba, We provide holidays for those people who have always wanted to visit Cuba but were scared away by the media hype of political unrest.

It’s been a fantastic decade of full-scale productions here at Phoenix Theatre, and will continue to be so with our summer 2020 events. However, following the success of our 2017 and 2018 semi-staged concert series Come From Away, we are now delighted to confirm the full-scale production will be returning from 19 June to 18 December 2021. The dates will coincide with the anniversary of the Referendum result in the UK. Down on Ebsworth Waterfront between Windsor and Clevedon is a rescued ship of historic importance – The Norwegian car ferry MV Scandinavian Prince.

It’s currently trying to find its way into the hearts of the people of Birmingham, through its production Come From Away. Don’t worry if you haven’t seen this award-winning musical yet – you can have a sneak peek into what it’s all about here. Phoenix Theatre.   Phoenix is a leading musical theatre company which creates dazzling and vibrant productions.  It is home to an ensemble of talented artists and its unique creative model has achieved great artistic success, winning 20 awards for best production in the last ten years.

The Phoenix Theatre is delighted to announce that Cate Blanchett and other members of the original Broadway company will return to London to recreate the original, multi award-winning Broadway production here in October 2019. A ground-breaking musical, Come From Away tells thousands of stories about ordinary people who became true heroes during the extraordinary day that 7,000 airline passengers were grounded in Gander. Mamma Mia! is due to return to the West End's Novello Theatre for a second time in 2021, following its hugely successful run in 2018-2019.

Piccadilly Theatre

The '90s romantic comedy Pretty Woman will soon be transposed into a musical, and the West End is getting the premiere. The show is based on Garry Marshall’s film of the same name, which stars Julia Roberts as a woman treated to life in Los Angeles’ most exclusive hotels and restaurants by a wealthy businessman (Richard Gere). On 14 March 2016, the cast was announced with Samantha Barks in the leading role of Vivian. The production team included director Jerry Mitchell, choreography by Kelly Devine, design by Anna Louizos and musical supervision by Sylvester Armstrong.

The West End premiere of Pretty Woman: The Musical officially opens on 5 April 2019 at the Piccadilly Theatre. The new musical is based on the iconic movie which stars Julia Roberts, Richard Gere, and other famous faces. Its history, beginning with the theatre being built in 1899 by the firm of Gillam and Salter for theatrical entrepreneur Charles Wyndham. Dear Evan Hansen cast and creative team are safe and have been accounted for. 2021.

Prince Edward Theatre

The Prince Edward Theatre was devastated by a major 7. 5 magnitude earthquake on 23 April and will be out of action until further notice. All tickets will be refunded. We are waiting on building inspectors and our insurer to tell us when this historic theatre, in the heart of Covent Garden, can reopen. The ceiling at Prince Edward Theatre's auditorium has now been reopened to allow essential fire safety work to be undertaken. As per the official statement, it was announced that Mary Poppins is expected to resume performances from 22 May to 3 October 2021.

After wonderful critical and public acclaim, Mary Poppins will resume at the Prince Edward Theatre once it is safe to do so. Performances will return from May 22 2019 to October 3 2020. "Mary Poppins" will return to the Prince Edward Theatre in London, following the fire that broke out on 18 Dec during the hit musical's first act. We are saddened to announce that due to continuing safety concerns, Mary Poppins must cancel its performances until further notice.

Prince Of Wales Theatre

The Book of Mormon, the nine-time Tony award-winning Broadway musical from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, opened on 21 Mar. 2011 at the Prince of Wales Theatre, following in the tradition of previous Parker and Stone musicals Orgazmo (1997), Cannibal! The Musical (1998), and Team America: World Police (2004). The production, directed by Casey Nicholaw and choreographed by Nicholaw and Matt Steiner, stars Andrew Rannells as Elder Cunningham; Josh Gad as Elder Price; Nikki M.

James as Nabalungi; Rory O’Malley as Mother Bear; Michael Potts as Mafala Hatimbi; Christopher John O’Neill as Elder McKinley;. The ​Book of Mormon offers up everything you would expect from the creators of South Park and the producers of Avenue Q. A production that is sure to offend those easily offended, The Book of Mormon has been published for the first time in London at Prince Of Wales Theatre. Prince of Wales Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London.

The Book of Mormon continues its London run at the Prince of Wales Theatre, once its permitted that live theatre can continue. Performances are currently scheduled from 12 July to 8 Jan. 2022. Prince of Wales Theatre.  The Book of Mormon continues its London run at the Prince of Wales Theatre, once its permitted that live theatre can continue. Performances are currently scheduled from 12 July to 8 Jan. 2022. It’s hot news right now that The Book of Mormon will be leaving the Prince of Wales in six months to make room for another long-running show, King Kong.

Shaftesbury Theatre

One of the most popular shows right now in London is and Juliet. This is a play by You’ll be able to book your tickets in advance. The show will star Anna Passey, Tom Bateman, Peter Hamilton Dyer, And Samuel Bottomley. The set for & Juliet was designed by Simon Higlett. The play will take place in the West End once again and it will be called "Romeo & Juliet". The first season, this show was opened at the New Theatre Kingston on 11 January 2017, which was then held at the Garrick Theatre for a limited period.

It is planned to premiere the play created by Scott C. Sickles & Michael T. Whaley on the Shaftesbury Theatre stage. This play was performed in 2012 at Boise Contemporary Theater, Idaho USA. & Juliet is a play written by William Shakespeare. It has remained popular ever since the premier. It will return to Shaftesbury theatre in 2022 for. Tickets are on sale now. The classic play by William Shakespeare will be presented in the historic Shaftesbury Theatre again that was opened on the 19th of December 1886 (that's more than 132 years ago).

Sondheim Theatre

With his latest production standing out among blockbusters, book a Les Mis tickets for London’s Sondheim Theatre on the official Ticketmaster site. Take your seat, open a packet of wine gums and watch the acclaimed musical unfold. The revolutionary musical is set in France during the revolution in 1815 and is known for its stirring score, in which every word is sung. The Queen's Theatre has been renamed Sondheim Theater. Rehearsals for the new musical, directed by Laurence Connor and Christopher Renshaw will be announced in October 2018.

After the Les Miserables concerts, the full production will return. Les Miserables tickets are on sale from 29 May to 3 Oct. 2021. Les Miserables is back at the Sondheim Theatre and for this special occasion, Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg have created a new piece to mark the occasion. This preview will give you a chance to hear ‘What’s On Your Mind’ sung for the first time in New York. This is a new installment of Les Miserables in London, with a different cast.

It will be staged at the Queen's Theatre and begin previews in May 2019. The production will run to 8 Sep 2019, with a full run from 8 Oct 2019 to 3 Oct 2021. The end of the Les Miserables run! Tickets for the last two weeks of the show are on sale from 16 April to 30 April. Liverpool's brand new theatre to show Six From Liverpool.  By special arrangement with Bill Kenwright Limited.

The Other Palace

Whether you're a fan of the West End or any sort of theatre this experience is not to be missed. Now is the best time to buy your tickets for the show. The tickets can only go up in price and there are only two dates scheduled for the theatre so if you want to see it, make sure you purchase your tickets soon. Playing in both theatres will allow more people to watch The Show Must Go On The Musical Theatre Story.

The Other Palace will be in residence at The Other Palace Studio for the next month. The Show Must Go On will be presented once a day from 29 April to 1 May (excluding Sundays). Our space is limited, so book now for a chance to see this extra special season of new British musicals that are destined for greatness. I’m currently putting together a podcast series about the history of British Musical Theatre. It’s called The Show Must Go On The Musical Theatre Story and has been commissioned by the Other Palace in association with BBC Radio 3.

Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Theatre Royal Drury Lane. Over two decades after it was last performed, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic musicalCarousel is returning to the West End. The show will play from March 2020 at the Theatre Royal in a production directed and choreographed by Jonathan Butterell, starring Olivier Award-winner Alexandra Burke (Hair, Dreamgirls) as Carrie Pipperidge opposite Olivier Award-winner Richard Fleeshman (My Fair Lady, the revival ofSweet Charity) as Enoch Snow. Frozen is coming to London in 2021, with press night taking place on February 20th.

 Theatre Royal Drury Lane will play host to the West End premiere of the Tony Award-winning musical means it joins Disney on ice (which opens at the Palladium later this year) as part of the latest onslaught of Frozen craziness launched by Disney Theatrical Productions. Frozen, the smash-hit Disney musical, will arrive in London this spring. The West End musical production will open at Theatre Royal Drury Lane following two hugely successful runs on Broadway and a UK tour that visits Cardiff and Manchester before it hits London.

Tickets are now on sale for Frozen with an official opening date set for May 22nd. The West End premiere of Frozen, the follow up to the acclaimed Disney Theatrical Production presents an all-new production of Frozen. Capturing the magic and heart in an accessible and immersive new musical featuring all your favourite Disney songs, including Let It Go. The West End premiere of Frozen will opened at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, originally due to open in April 2021.

Theatre Royal Haymarket

You must be sitting down for this because they’re only giving this information out to Telegraph readers first. Only Fools and Horses is returning to the Theatre Royal Haymarket to play from April 2020 to June 2021. ‘Ullo John!  Because you’re a loyal Telegraph reader, we’ve arranged a VIP pass for you so you can see the show before anyone else. Click here to find your tickets now and get ‘ere before it’s gone. From a radio show in 1977 to an iconic TV series, the world adore Only Fools and Horse.

 On 28 April 2021, you can enjoy them on stage at The Theatre Royal Haymarket. This will be the first time that the characters from the BBC sitcom will return to London's West End following its absence in 2015 after 26 years of shows from 1981 to 2007. You find yourself once again at Theatre Royal Haymarket on Thursday 29th August. You were there for the "Learn to Fly" tour back in 2015 and its hard to believe that its taken this long for the next Only Fools and Horses tour.

Theatre Royal Haymarket.  Only Fools and Horses will return to the Theatre Royal Haymarket once live theatre can continue in London. Currently, Only Fools and Horses tickets are on sale from 28 April to 14 Jul. 2021. Theatre Royal Haymarket. Only Fools and Horses will return to the Theatre Royal Haymarket once live theatre can continue in London. Currently, Only Fools and Horses tickets are on sale from 28 April to 14 Jul. 2021.

Visitors from Russia, want to see Only Fools and Horses at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Book your tickets for Only Fools and Horses Theatre Royal Haymarket. The Other Palace is the home for new British musicals of the highest quality. Its first show,The Boys in the Bandwill open in the West End at Vaudeville Theatre this summer starring Sue Perkins, John McCrea and Cassie Compton. Life is about to begin at The Other Palace.

Trafalgar Theatre

In the last decade, over twelve million people around the world have fallen for the brutally honest story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons in the global smash hit, Jersey Boys. Winner of four Tony awards, including Best Musical, and based on a true rags to riches tale of how four blue collar boys became one of the greatest successes in pop music history, Jersey Boys has captivated audiences everywhere. Now Broadway’s international award-winning musical phenomenon and filmed entertainment event, Jersey Boys has broken box office records around the world and become an international global touring sensation, with US and international tours grossing $2 billion to date.

The show will visit London’s West End at a newly built theatre – The Trafalgar Transformed. Opening in April 2008, Trafalgar 1 is a a West End theatre located on the corner of Charing Cross Road and Northumberland Avenue, near Embankment underground station. It has 920 seats across three balconies. The building also houses a multi-screen cinema above the stage (a new ten screen Vue cinema complex opened in 2013). The award-winning musical, Jersey Boys is one of the best selling music theatre shows of all time.

This smash-hit performance will be back in London at the newly constructed Trafalgar Theatre. The show is based on the hit 60s band Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons and includes both classic hits such as. First impressions: Wow! The new Trafalgar Theatre is breath-taking. I was very eager to see what the new theatre will look like and I have to admit it looks amazing. I like the brown wooden colour and the design of it; it's simple, modern and elegant.

It has been produced by Sir Cameron Mackintosh and will be directed by Des McAnuff, with music supervision and arrangements by David Chase. Jersey Boys is expected to open in London on 2 Aug. 2019; tickets go on sale next month. Jefferson Saved. The immersive experience that is Jefferson 4D will be returning to London from June 2019, after a year off due to The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Tour show taking over the bottom floor of the Dominion.

Vaudeville Theatre

I'm truly not sure what is more inappropriate: a virus called the Coronavirus or the fact that it can be contracted by contact with excrement. Regardless, if you are one of the literally hundreds of theatre goers out there who purchased tickets to Songs For A New World before it was abruptly cancelled, I am here to help make you feel better about it. As an avid theatre goer and lover of musical theatre, I have had my fair share of disappointments in regards to shows that were awful, so I know how you feel right now.

But do not fret because according to my list below, there are plenty of great new musicals for you to go see instead. The musical Songs for a New World opened on Broadway in 1996, and ran until the end of that year. After opening Off-Broadway in September, it had a second run on Broadway from January 3 to June 28, 1997 at the Vaudeville Theatre. However, due to changes in NY State regulations related to the spread of the Coronavirus— as well as poor reviews—the musical was cancelled during its second run at this theater.

The tragic loss of life during the 2013 Coronavirus Outbreak has led to the cancellation of a number of shows. The Vaudeville Theatre is one of those theatres who have cancelled their show Songs for a New World shortly after it opened at the venue. The organizers of the show, Songs For ANew World, have decided to cancel the production's final week as a result of changing regulations in regard. This brand new theatre will deliver an unmissable range of productions, events and experiences, bringing together all aspects of live entertainment under one roof.

Victoria Palace Theatre

Hamilton, the phenomenally successful musical about Alexander Hamilton is currently playing at the Victoria Palace Theatre. Following a February run-through of new material, Miranda announced last month that he will be releasing an additional Hamilton album in summer 2017 ― it will focus on the history of the US between 1798 and 1804 and expand upon material from Hamilton's first act. Alexander Hamilton is at his best when he has a pedestal to stand on.

And on Thursday night, the multi-award winning musical theatre phenomenon made an urgent return to the top of its pedestal, staging its first London performance at the Victoria Palace Theatre. The Victoria Palace Theatre in London is the venue that will be hosting Hamilton tickets from 15 May until 3 October. The production recently ended its long run at the Victoria Palace and many fans have been waiting for the return of Hamilton tickets. It has been announced that the West End hit show Hamilton will return to London’s Victoria Palace Theatre for another six months from 15 May 2018.

Laura Grace

Laura Grace

Main Contributor and Editor of The London NET