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42nd Street

42nd Street

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Kinky Boots

Kinky Boots

Up to 39 percent off tickets to this sassy, uplifting and ever so kinky musical.

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The Height of the Storm

The Height of the Storm

Jonathan Pryce and Eileen Atkins shine in this elliptical drama from Florian Zeller

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The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black

It's been decades since this skillful adaptation of Susan Hill's 1983 Gothic horror story first started setting West End audience a-shiver. 'The Woman in Black' remains perennially popular – particularly, it seems, with generally hard-to-please teenagers – which is testament to its rough-theatre appeal and the extraordinary and enduring potency, not of guts, gore or special effects, but of simple suggestion. Ageing Arthur Kipps is haunted by sinister events that befell him 30 years earlier. In an effort to exorcise his demons, he hires an actor to help him tell his story for an invited audience. As they rehearse, though, their staging itself becomes prey to supernatural visitations from the titular hatchet-faced, whip-thin, funereally garbed woman. Stephen Mallatratt's dramatisation and a deft production by Robin Herford exploit the peculiarly spooky atmosphere of an empty theatre, making us, as an audience, feel almost like spectral voyeurs. And the chills are irresistibly effective: swirling fog, a creaking rocking chair, a locked door, a pale visage looming out of the gloom. Only occasionally does the staging show its age. The projected image of the gaunt, sinister house of Kipps' tormented memory looks hopelessly cheap and crude, and a graveyard conjured with dust sheets struggles to convince, even within the low-tech aesthetic parameters of the piece. Yet the shrieks and gasps that greet the performance demonstrate that, even in the twenty-first century, this doughty

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Company

Company

Rosalie Craig and Patti LuPone star in Marianne Elliott’s tour de force reworking of Sondheim’s sardonic musical

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Up to 57% off ‘A Very Very Very Dark Matter’ at Bridge Theatre

Up to 57% off ‘A Very Very Very Dark Matter’ at Bridge Theatre

Tickets to this inventive chronicle on the life of Hans Christian Andersen

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‘The Sun: Living With Our Star’, one of the Science Museum’s late-night openings

‘The Sun: Living With Our Star’, one of the Science Museum’s late-night openings

Our tickets for this cosmic experience cost just £10.50

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54% off exclusive basketball tickets to see the London Lions

54% off exclusive basketball tickets to see the London Lions

Cheer on the London Lions at their home fixtures

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RSC Barbican Season

RSC Barbican Season

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Our favourite musicals

Come from Away

Come from Away

The big sleeper hit Broadway musical of the last few years, ‘Come from Away’ tells the unlikely true story of a sleepy Newfoundland town that took in strangers from around the world when their planes were grounded at the local airport in the wake of 9/11. A hit in Canada and the States, ‘Come from Away’ is written by Irene Sankoff and David Hein and is directed by Christopher Ashley, with musical staging by Kelly Devine. Expect to be very charmed.

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‘Bat Out of Hell – The Musical’ review

‘Bat Out of Hell – The Musical’ review

Following on from its run at the Coliseum in 2017, ‘Bat Out of Hell: The Musical’ has transferred to the Dominion in a parade of dry ice, skin-tight leather, fire-belching motorbikes – and just a smattering of self-awareness.Really, it’s strange that a jukebox musical of the songs of Meat Loaf took as long as til 2017 to hit the stage. Jim Steinman’s songs drip with such mythos – youthful dreams, cars on highways, wild boys, lovelorn girls – that they half-seem destined for this daftly operatic tale of star-crossed lovers Raven (Christina Bennington) and Strat (Andrew Polec). She’s the daughter of tyrant Falco (Rob Fowler), who keeps her under lock-and-key in his penthouse-fortress; he’s the leader of a ‘Mad Max’-esque tribe of street mutants who cannot physically age beyond their late teens. Based on the amount of crotch-grabbing going on, their hormones have clearly gone nowhere.The show careens between rock ’n’ roll bangers – ‘All Revved Up With Nowhere To Go’; ‘Paradise by the Dashboard Light’ – and tinkly piano ballads: ‘I Will Do Anything For Love’; ‘Heaven Can Wait’. You swiftly realise that they all basically tell the same story: of brutish, untameable men who are perfectly happy ravishing their swooning beauties, while offering them little else. And this is the main charge to lay against ‘Bat Out of Hell’: it’s mired in such unreconstructed ideas of romance. That’s partly countered by giving such sentiments to the female cast, so with ‘Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad’, it

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4 out of 5 stars
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Matilda the Musical

Matilda the Musical

Treat the whole family to this multi-award winning musical from the Royal Shakespeare Company! 

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4 out of 5 stars
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‘Chicago’ review

‘Chicago’ review

Kander & Ebb’s ‘Chicago’ is, in a certain light, an unlikely West End long-runner. Jagged, cerebral, jazz-inflected and cynical, it is much darker and weirder than its fellow distance-going hits. Gone the distance it has, though: the 1996 Broadway revival of the sardonic ‘20s-set show is still on over there and lasted almost 15 years in the West End before having a lie-down for a few years. Great original reviews, an iconic design, the successful 2002 film version and general good fortune have played their parts. But regular infusions of celebrity blood have accounted for a lot: by the end of its last West End stint it had entered a semi-zombiefied state, a smart, sophisticated musical now propped up by household names who rarely had the chops to do it justice. Thus it proves upon its return. Academy Award-winner Cuba Gooding Jr has been cast in the role of louche lawyer Billy Flynn. He’s... okay. He can’t really sing but he has a rumpled, unaffected charisma that at least makes him likeable. His presence hardly feels like event theatre, though: he’s here to get bums on seats, not fuck with the show’s formula. Experienced musical theatre performers and ‘Chicago’ veterans Sarah Soetaert and Josefina Gabrielle hold down the main parts of Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly, feuding femme fatales in Prohibition-era Windy City. And they’re solid: the show retains a classy edge and strong fundamentals, not least because of the high kickin’ choreography, styled after that of the show’s o

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3 out of 5 stars
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Ear for Eye

Ear for Eye

Dense, difficult brilliance from Debbie Tucker Green

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The Play That Goes Wrong

The Play That Goes Wrong

This comedy of errors is sure to have you in stitches from start to finish 

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Leave to Remain

Leave to Remain

Play-with-songs by Kele Okereke and Matt Jones

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True West

True West

Kit Harrington and Johnny Flynn star as warring brothers in Sam Shepard‘s surreal thriller

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Book of Mormon tickets

It's the funniest musical in town...

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The Lion King tickets

Nothing prepares you for the sheer impact of 'The Lion King's opening sequence...

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Wicked tickets

Wicked tickets

The musical witches of this 'Wizard of Oz' prequel are still casting a spell over the West End

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Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets

Everybody's Talking About Jamie tickets

A staggeringly enjoyable musical about a teen drag queen

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Les Miserables tickets

Les Miserables tickets

A storming revolutionary musical that has been stirring up audiences since 1985

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Silent Disco at The View From The Shard

Silent Disco at The View From The Shard

Go up the Shard and get down at our silent disco party, where you can combine banging beats with one of the best views in the city. 

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Silent disco at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Silent disco at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Join us on for a night of revelry at this world-famous landmark! 

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SEA LIFE London Aquarium
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SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Don't get into deep water looking for things to do, buy tickets to London's favourite marine-themed attraction - from £20

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Shrek's Adventure! London
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Shrek's Adventure! London

Embark on an epic adventure with your favourite ogre and Donkey - from just £18.20

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter

Take a magical tour around the studio where 'Harry Potter' was filmed and see fascinating props and sets - from £55

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Buckingham Palace
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Buckingham Palace

See one of Britain's most iconic buildings in a new light with a tour of Buckingham Palace and a spot at the Changing of the Guard Ceremony.

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The London Dungeon
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The London Dungeon

Get your chills and thrills at this spooky hot-spot - from just £23.20

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