Camille O’Sullivan brings her show to the Apollo Theatre in London from 7th December 2009 until 16th January 2010. This run in the West End follows sell-out shows at The Roundhouse, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Edinburgh Fringe.
During Camille The Dark Angel she will be performing new versions of songs by Jacques Brel, Nick Cave, Tom Waits, David Bowie and more. Camille has recently performed sell out seasons in Ireland, New York, Australia (Sydney Opera House) and been a special guest star of the Broadway hit show La Clique.
Camille will be joined onstage by an international cast of musicians.
The plucky heroine of Daisy Pulls It Off – Daisy Meredith -undergoes a series of tribulations at the Grangewood School for Young Ladies. Daisy is a super achiever who comes from a poor elementary school background – but seeks to find acceptance in the snobby confines of Grangewood.
Of course, by being honourable and straight at all times and in all things, everything comes right in the end – including scoring the winning goal at hockey!!
An evening capturing the uncomplicated innocence of a world gone by…
We have tickets for Daisy Pulls It Off at the Arts Theatre in London from 19th January until 6th February 2010 so to check availability and to book your tickets go to Daisy Pulls It Off Tickets.
We have an amazing deal on Sister Act + Dinner package – from ONLY £29.50. Combine a two course meal from the pre theatre menu at Thai Square with an upper circle ticket for Sister Act at the London Palladium. These tickets would normally be £37.50 on their own. This offer is valid Monday to Thursday evenings until the 23rd December.
We also have dinner & show offers combining top price Sister Act tickets with Ascot’s restaurant and Cape Town Fish Market. These offers feature a top price ticket, normally £60 with pre/post theatre offers at a total price of £60.
We have a new offer for Dirty Dancing plus pre-theatre dinner at Christopher’s from the bargain price of £62.50 – which includes a ticket which would be £60 at normal prices plus pre-theatre dinner. Where else could you get a pre-theatre dinner for £2.50 at a London restaurant?
To check out availability, to see the sample menu for Christopher’s and to book your dinner & show package go to Dirty Dancing Dinner & Show.
This latest production of Shakespeare’s classic Twelfth Night at Duke of York’s Theatre in London, stars Richard Wilson – joining the RSC for the first time to play Malvolio. Richard Wilson has recently starred in Waiting for Godot and is, of course, well known for his role as Victor Meldrew in One Foot in the Grave.
Everyone is looking for love – some in impossible places. Some mourn the love they have lost. Some long for love they are refused. In Illyria love aches and madness rules.
Morecambe is a celebration of the extraordinary life of one of Britain’s best loved comics, and one half of the epic duo Morecambe & Wise – Eric Morecambe. This deliriously funny memorial, created by Tim Whitnall, opens for a strictly limited run of just over one month at the Duchess Theatre on 9th December 2009 until 17th January 2010.
The multi-talented Bob Golding takes on the lead role, 25 years after the great man’s untimely death. This production will leave the audiences crying tears of laughter at the man who “brought us sunshine”.
The Gruffalo returns to the Apollo Theatre in London for the fourth consecutive year for the Festive season. Opening on 25th November 2009 only until 10th January 2010 – so seats will be limited!
Join Mouse on an adventurous journey through the deep dark wood in this magical, musical adaptation of the award winning picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Mouse can scare hungry animals away with tall stories of the terrifying Gruffalo, but what happens when he comes face to face with the very creature he imagined?
Let your imagination run wild, treat the kids – go to The Gruffalo Tickets for further details, to check availability and to book your tickets now.
The principal characters of The Phantom of the Opera continue their stories in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production – Love Never Dies. This “sequel” to Phantom of the Opera opens at the Adelphi Theatre in March 2010 and is sure to be a big seller – book seats early!
This new musical is a rollercoaster ride of obsession and intrigue… in which music and memory can play cruel tricks… and The Phantom sets out to prove that, indeed, Love Never Dies.
We now have tickets for a new show in London’s West End at the Noel Coward Theatre from 16th January 2010 – Enron. When I saw the title of this play I thought this couldn’t be about what I thought it was – namely Enron the corporation. However, it is just that which is the subject of this new play and the critics have acclaimed it.
“A corporate Macbeth”Evening Standard.
“Breathtakingly staged, the most beautifully acted modern play I’ve seen for years” Newsnight Review.
“One of the most original plays in London”London Lite.
There was a warning. And its name was Enron.
I personally think this should be a very interesting play and will definitely be booking my tickets for January!
Following the death of his former partner Kevin McGee, Matt Lucas will not be performing his part playing Kenneth Halliwell in Prick Up Your Ears until further notice. The part will be played by Lucas’s understudy, Michael Chadwick.
For more details and to read the official statement from the producers of Prick Up Your Ears go to Prick Up Your Ears