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
The gorgeous, mad-costumed feel-good musical about three drag queens who jump on a bus in the Australian outback to who-knows-where, looking for love and friendship. As part of the show's tour it arrives for a week in Wimbledon, complete with cheesy dancing...
Fringe, Musicals, Drama
Lead singer of the late-Sixties great rock band T-Rex Marc Bolan gets the musical treatment in this new show. Fans will be happy that lots of Bolan's songs feature - including 'I Love to Boogie', 'Ride a White Swan' and 'Get It On' - in Peter Rowe's script...
Musical comedy, Fringe, Musicals
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