Saturday, 13 May 2017

Shakespeare's Roman Season At The Barbican Now On Sale!

Coriolanus - The Royal Shakespeare Company's Rome season opens at the Barbican Theatre with Coriolanus - A full-throttle war play that revels in the sweat and terror of the battlefield, transporting us back to the emergence of the great republic of Rome.  See More









Julius Caesar - Angus Jackson directs as the Roman season of Shakespeare plays continues at the Barbican.  The thrilling tale of political tragedy, as the race to claim the empire spirals hopelessly out of control defines all of the political backstabbing, with spin and betrayal eventually turning into violence.  See More









Antony And Cleopatra - Following the assassination of Caesar, Mark Antony has reached the very pinnacle of power. Having got there however he now neglects his empire for a debauched life of decadent seduction with his mistress, Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. A man torn between love and duty, his former military brilliance deserts him, and his passion takes the lead ultimately bringing the lovers to a tragic end. See More







Titus Andronicus - Titus is a ruler completely exhausted by a combination of war and loss. He relinquishes power but Rome is in a state of disorder as rape and murder are rife and cannibalism and severed body parts fill the moral void at the heart of this dark and corrupt world. See More



Tuesday, 2 May 2017

New Shows Added This Week!

Briefs Close Encounters The Briefs boys are back in town at The Spiegeltent!  After glitter-bombing pretty much the entire known world with their iconic and hilarious brand of comedy, circus, drag, and burlesque the boys are now ready to explore a third dimension. Using what has become their trademark skill and humour they probe the very limits of masculinity, taste and decency. You can expect interstellar aerials, artistry, and completely warped speed strippers from outer space. Nothing can possibly prepare you for this close encounter with the Briefs boys so just come along and enjoy the ride! See More





Stephen K Amos: World Famous - The globe-trotting comedian returns to London at The Belly with his new show. In the last year, Stephen has taken his unique brand of feel-good comedy on a tour that has taken in venues all over the UK as well as Switzerland, Holland, Austria, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Greece, Spain, Australia, New Zealand and even the Seychelles (it's a tough life at the top isn't it?!) And exactly what did he find when he got to all of those places? People, that's what.  People just like you and me and some of them really do say the most ridiculous things.  See More




House Of BurlesqueThis innovative and bold new show at The Spiegeltent pushes all the bounderies in a bid to smash through the glass ceiling and is like nothing you have seen before!  House Of Burlesque features the queen of provocateurs, Tempest Rose who reshapes the traditions of hi-end glamour, joyful satire and subversive cabaret blending stunning new technology with a new vision that confronts today’s big issues - proving once and for all that this mesmerising form of art is more relevant now than ever.  See More






Margaret Thatcher Queen Of GamshowsWhat has now become a fringe sensation, the multi award winning Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho returns to London at The Belly with possibly the most fabulous game show of all time! Come on down and join the legendary Iron Lady for a feast of songs, games and catchphrases as the audience compete for a chance to get their hands on a golden giro cheque!  See More








Thursday, 27 April 2017

Latest New Shows On Sale This Week!

Catch Me High flying, fearless, and fantastic fun circus sensation, Catch Me is the show that continues to astound audiences around the entire the globe with its adrenaline pumping amazing feats of extreme acrobatics and dramatic trampoline turns!
Packed full of twirling hoops, daring diabolos, and acrobats soaring high through the air – it's very much all in a day’s work for Canadians Flip FabriQue, the exciting new faces of circus. See More



Rotterdam - It's New Year in the uber-liberal Dutch city of Rotterdam, and Alice has finally found the courage to contact her parents and tell them she's gay. But before she can hit the send button on the email, Fiona drops the bombshell that she has actually always identified as a man and now wants to begin living as one named Adrian.
Alice now faces a massive dilemma as 'Adrian' begins her/his transition as she must ask herself the question... .....does this mean she's actually straight? See More


Driftwood - This is an electrifying circus show at the Spiegeltent in London that goes out of its way to remind audiences what it is to feel human, and that in moments of extreme danger, that grasping hold is survival. The unique acrobatic shapes are the unique signature to Casus and chart this journey of explosive encounters and humorous discoveries. See More




The Amazing Bubble Man - Louis Pearl magically blends bubble art with both science and fun in a show that has become a firm favourite at the Edinburgh Festival.
Louis delves in and explores the breathtaking dynamics of bubbles, combining comedy with artistry and using audience participation to create spellbinding tricks that will keep the whole family mesmerized. See More



Cover My TracksIn a night of live music and theatre at the Old Vic, former Noah and the Whale frontman and songwriter Charlie Fink collaborates with multi-award-winning playwright David Greig and director Max Webster to bring us Cover My Tracks - the story of an idealistic young songwriter who sets out to write a 21st Century pop masterpiece but suddenly vanishes without a trace. Could her songs be the key to unlocking the mystery?  After all, what does it take to disappear in a completely interconnected, digital world?  See More

Friday, 21 April 2017

New Shows On Sale This Week!

The Toxic Avenger Following on from a hugely successful sold-out run at the Southwark Playhouse and receiving 6 Off West End Award nominations including Best New Musical, The Toxic Avenger now transfers into the West End at the Arts Theatre for a strictly limited season. From the award winning duo Joe DiPetro and David Bryan this acclaimed rock musical is dubbed “an intoxicating blast of fun” by The Daily Telegraph in their 5-star rave review and the Daily Express added ‘“To anyone that has seen the Book of Mormon, this is a must-see younger brother of a show!”See More




Othello The National Youth Theatre present Frantic Assembly’s new adaptation of Othello on stage at the Ambassadors Theatre.  

This brand new and truly electrifying take on Shakespeare’s thrilling tale of paranoia, jealousy and murder takes a scalpel and dissects modern day Britain in the 21st century and will leave you breathless. See More






Jekyll And HydeThe National Youth Theatre REP Company invite you to an evening at London's Ambassadors Theatre to delve into the dark and seedy world of Victorian London in a sensational new adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde from award-winning playwright Evan Placey and directed by Roy Alexander Weise.  The classic tale of revenge and deceit is brought brilliantly to life by some of the country's most exciting young acting talent live on stage of one the West End’s most historic theatres. See More






Saturday, 15 April 2017

Latest New Shows Available Now!

Hamlet - Following on from a sensational run at the Almeida Theatre, Robert Icke’s brand new production of Shakespeare's Hamlet makes the jump into the West End at the Harold Pinter Theatre for a strictly limited run of performances this summer from June 9th.
Starring Andrew Scott as the Danish Prince, Juliet Stevenson as Gertrude and Jessica Brown Findlay as Ophelia, Hamlet is brought to the stage by the award winning creative team who were behind both 1984 and Oresteia. See More




Taj ExpressFor a strictly limited season this summer, this brand new production, will transport a kaleidoscope of colours from the India into the heart of the London.
Fusing dance with the musical hits from India’s most iconic composers, Taj Express is brought brilliantly to life by a team of Bollywood’s greatest dancers and musicians along with an unforgettable musical soundtrack which will immerse you into the heart of Bollywood in a manner never yet seen in the UK. See More

Friday, 14 April 2017

New Show On Sale Now!

The Braille Legacy - In 19th century Paris, blind people were victims of profound discrimination. Louis Braille, a bright young man with ideas, ambition and drive, arrives at the Royal Institute of Blind Youth.  He soon discovers that both people and things aren’t always as they first appear. Using nothing but sheer determination and courage, he discovers something revolutionary: a simple invention of pure genius, a legacy that introduced literacy and knowledge to a massive group of people who were otherwise trapped.  It became their journey into the light.  See More

Monday, 3 April 2017

Mariinsky Ballets @ The Royal Opera House Now On Sale!

Don Quixote - The plot unfolds in a romantic Spannish setting as the love between Kitri and Basilio becomes challenged by Kitri’s father whose attempts to engineer a more lucrative match for his unwilling daughter continue to fail dismally.  The excitement, colour and wit of Cervantes’s masterpiece form the perfect vehicle to showcase the brilliance of the Mariinsky dancers, whose display of dazzling choreography and virtuoso dancing are simply astounding and highlighted perfectly by Minkus’s irresistible musical score.  See More






Anna Karenina - Ratmansky’s staging of Tolstoy’s epic novel makes a welcome return to London after its stunning success at the same venue six years ago. Tolstoy’s magnificent portrayal of Anna Karenina - an extraordinary and tormented woman who manages to break down all moral and social conventions with devastating consequences has a powerful musical score by Rodion Shchedrin. See More

Shakespeare's Roman Season At The Barbican Now On Sale!

Coriolanus - The Royal Shakespeare Company's Rome season opens at the Barbican Theatre with  Coriolanus  - A full-throttle war play ...