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Stage Spy: Ian McKellen and Anthony Hopkins reunite for The Dresser

Sir Ronald Harwood’s The Dresser to be remade by the BBC starring Sir Anthony Hopkins and Sir Ian McKellen The Telegraph reports today that the BBC is planning a big new dramatisation of Ronald Harwood’s award-winning 1980 play The Dresser. Directed by Sir Richard Eyre, the production will see the two Sirs reunited after working with each other way back in the Sixties at Laurence Olivier’s National Theatre Company at the Old Vic. McKellen will play the dresser Norman, with Hopkins as the actor-manager “Sir”, believed to have been based on the great West End actor Sir Donald Wolfit. The

Pride The Musical is West End bound?

Hit British movie Pride, directed by forthcoming Old Vic Theatre artistic director Matthew Warchus and witten by Stephen Beresford, may be heading to the West End as a musical.

West End Hot Watch: Paulo Teixeira

Paulo Teixeira is a West End singer, dancer and actor who recently joined the new cast of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane

John Tiffany to direct Harry Potter The Play?

According to Baz Bamigboye in the Daily Mail today, Friday 9 May 2014, director John Tiffany is being lined up to direct a new stage play based on J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter character.

Closing Ticket Offer: 50% off I Can’t Sing! The X Factor Musical at the London Palladium

Harry Hill’s hilarious X Factor musical I CAN’T SING! is to close at the London Palladium on 10 May. Enjoy Half Price tickets to see this blockbuster show. Harry Hill’s hilarious X Factor Musical has won great reviews and standing ovations from audiences at the London Palladium. Go behind the microphones and under the judges’ desks at the biggest TV show on earth in this bonkers new blockbuster musical extravaganza! Hurry and catch this bonkers new show starring Nigel Harman before it leaves the West End on 10 May. BOOK NOW >  

The Woman in Black Meal Deal

Enjoy a £47.50 ticket to see The Woman in Black and a free theatre dinner at Porter’s English Restaurant in Covent Garden – All for only ONLY £42 The Woman in Black is London’s scariest thriller – and its longest-running ghost story. The show tells the spine-tingling tale of a keen young solicitor who is sent to wind up the affairs of a recently deceased woman, and over 7 million people worldwide have lived to tell the tale of one of the most exciting and gripping theatre events ever staged. Enjoy tickets to the show and a pre-theatre dinner at Porter’s English

West End Hot Watch: Natalie McQueen

Actress and singer Natalie McQueen is currently performing in Wicked at the Apollo Victoria playing in the Ensemble and covering Elphaba.

ENO 48 HOUR SALE

Enjoy big savings on three acclaimed operas from English National Opera: Rigoletto, Peter Grimes and Rodelinda

Let It Be Free Meal Deals

Enjoy a free restaurant meal in the West End when buying tickets to Let It Be with this great offer.

Great offers on Comedy in the West End

Enjoy a great West End comedy this winter with some crowd-pleasing plays and musicals guaranteed to make you laugh. Offers include One, Man Two Guvnors, Barking in Essex, The Duck House and more. One Man, Two Guvnors Save up to 38% TICKETS FROM £11 FLASH SALE: Catch this hilarious National Theatre show in its last months in the West End Barking in Essex Save up to 35% FLASH SALE TICKET SALE: Diabolically funny new comedy starring Sheila Hancock, Lee Evans and Keeley Hawes The Duck House Save up to 29% WICKEDLY FUNNY Outrageous new comedy about the MP’s expenses scandal

Haunted London – Special Offers

As the nights draw in, enjoy a scary day out in old London town as we feature these great (terrifying) things to do in the Capital. This feature includes a fabulous ticket offer on The Woman in Black – London’s scariest show. Also why not combine a matinee show of The Woman in Black with a Jack the Ripper Walking Tour and a visit to London’s greatest tourist attraction – The London Dungeon. Our great Discount Combo ticket to the Tower of London and the London Dungeon proves a handy way of exploring two spooky attractions and saving £5 per

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