New Wimbledon Theatre
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
Touring productions love to stop off at the New Wimbledon Theatre, so much so, that the theatre ends up hosting some 45 productions a year. The West End’s big hitters – ‘Calendar Girls’, ‘The Harder They Come’, ‘Evita’ – usually make a visit, while the theatre’s Christmas panto draws the biggest crowds. If you fancy a bit of boo and hiss, expect a suburban cheese fest come December with guest stars such as Ross Kemp and John Barrowman, oh, and Pamela Anderson – a busty booking that helped make 2010’s ‘Aladdin’ a box office record-breaker for the 1500-seat New Wimbledon.
What's on at New Wimbledon Theatre
- Rating: 4/5
- Critics' choice
What a bunch of Muppets! The most lovable felt creations this side of Kermit and Miss Piggy are back, stopping off at Greenwich Theatre as part of a national tour by Sell a Door Theatre Company.If you saw the West End production of ‘Avenue Q’ before it...
The dumbo soft rock musical hits the road following its stints on Broadway and the West End. If singalongs to Europe, Survivor and Styx are your bag you'll doubtless enjoy yourself and certainly as jukebox musicals go it doesn't plumb the hateful depths...
The original Drifters formed back in 1953 and have seen more than 60 members pass through their doo-wop and soul-pop door since then. Tonight they perform new material as well as the classics, such as 'Under the Boardwalk' and 'Save the Last Dance'.