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Potted Panto

Double Olivier nominees Dan and Jeff return for a fifth festive season of Potted Panto, hot on the heels of their world tour of Harry Potter parody Potted Potter.

City Of Angels, Garrick Theatre

City of Angels

The Donmar production of City of Angels transfers to the Garrick Theatre, London

The Drifters Girl

Michael Frayn’s classic comedy returns to London’s West End.

Brainiac Live, Garrick Theatre

Brainiac Live!

Come join the fearless Brainiacs at London’s Garrick Theatre.

London's Haunted Theatres

London’s most Haunted Theatres

Discover London’s most haunted theatres as we go on a ghost hunt around the West End’s spookiest venues. From actor-managers stabbed to death at the stage door to floating heads, mysterious men in grey, spooks in the Stalls and strange backstage noises.

Noises Off

Michael Frayn’s classic comedy returns to London’s West End.

Rip It Up

Rip It Up at the Garrick Theatre

Bitter Wheat, London

Bitter Wheat

John Malkovich stars in the world premiere of Bitter Wheat at Garrick Theatre.

Don Quixote

David Threlfall and Rufus Hound star in Don Quixote at the Garrick Theatre

JOHN HURT

John Hurt in The Entertainer

KENNETH BRANAGH

KENNETH BRANAGH in The Entertainer at the Garrick Theatre

RICHARD MADDEN

RICHARD MADDEN as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet at the Garrick Theatre

DEREK JACOBI

Derek Jacobi in Romeo and Juliet at the Garrick Theatre

Red Velvet

Adrian Lester stars in Red velvet at the Garrick Theatre

Plays at The Garrick: The Painkiller

The Painkiller at the Garrick Theatre

Starring Kenneth Branagh & Rob Bryden, The Painkiller is part of Kenneth Branagh’s season of Plays at the Garrick theatre.

Let It Be

Let It Be at the Garrick Theatre

The smash-hit Beatles musical LET IT BE is back in London at the Garrick Theatre for a strictly limited season.

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Potted Potter at the Garrick Theatre

Returning to London for a strictly limited Easter holiday season as part of their sell-out world tour, Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner bring POTTED POTTER – The Unauthorized Harry Experience – A Parody by Dan and Jeff back to town!

Loserville at the Garrick Theatre

New British musical Loserville hits the West End, penned by Elliot Davis and Busted’s James Bourne, as the geeks inherit the earth in this funky musical set in 1970s America. Stars Aaron Sidwell, “Lil” Chris Hardman and Stewart Clarke.

Horrible Histories – Barmy Britain at the Garrick Theatre

Don’t miss this hilarious history of Britain with the nasty bits left in! Based on the children’s books and popular BAFTA-winning TV show of the same name, Horrible Histories brings history to life for all ages.

The Sooty Christmas Show at the Garrick Theatre

Izzy Wizzy let’s get busy with the magical new show featuring Sooty and his friends. This charming winter treat is packed full of giggles as Sooty returns in his first show for 13 years, joined by buddies Sweep and Soo and special appearances by Father Christmas and Harry the Robot.

Ugly Betty’s America Ferrera to star in Chicago

Chicago The Musical returns to the West End with a bang this Autumn as star of international hit TV show Ugly Betty, America Ferrera, makes her West End theatre debut as Roxie Hart.

“Ugly Betty” Star America Ferrera To Make British Stage Debut When “Chicago”, The World’s Longest Running American Musical

Emmy, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award-winner America Ferrera, known across the world as Ugly Betty from the hit TV series of the same name, swaps her trademark braces for fishnets from 7 November for eight weeks only, when she makes her British stage debut as the alluring publicity-seeker Roxie Hart in the smash hit musical CHICAGO.

Chicago, The World’s Longest Running American Musical To Re-Open At The Garrick Theatre On Monday 7 November 2011

Last week, CHICAGO took the crown of the world’s longest running American musical from “A Chorus Line”, which had held the record for the past 21 years. Now, the show’s producers, Barry and Fran Weissler, are delighted to announce that CHICAGO has a new home in London. On Monday 7 November, the award-winning musical will open at the Garrick Theatre. Barry Weissler said of the show’s ongoing success and new London home, “Last week, and in spite of nature’s attempts to spoil the party, we were delighted to see CHICAGO become the longest running American musical of all time, finally beating A Chorus Line’s record set way back in 1990. And this week it brings me huge pleasure and personal pride to be able to announce that London’s longest running revival will, thanks to Nica Burns and Nimax Theatres, return to the West End at the Garrick Theatre.” The box office for the Garrick Theatre is now open.

Potted Panto returns for Christmas

CBBC’s Dan and Jeff are returning to the West End this Christmas for a second festive season of Potted Panto, following their Best Entertainment Olivier Award nomination for the show.

Potted Panto returns to the West End for Christmas 2011

CBBC’s Dan and Jeff return for a second festive season of Potted Panto, following a Best Entertainment nomination in the Olivier Awards and a West End run of their original show Potted Potter. For Christmas 2011, Potted Panto features eight classic pantomimes in just eighty minutes. That’s one whole panto more than last year, with tickets frozen at 2010 prices.

Respect La Diva tickets at the Garrick Theatre in London

From the creator of Thriller Live comes an uplifting new musical tribute to divas such as Diana Ross, Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Shirley Bassey, Mariah Carey, Beyoncé and more. An all-star cast includes Sheila Ferguson (The Three Degrees), Denise Pearson (Five Star), Katy Setterfield (The One & Only) and Zoe Birkett (Pop Idol), all hosted by X-Factor finalist Andy Abrahams.

VIDEO: Rupert Everett talks Pygmalion in VisitBritain advert

The UK’s national tourism agency, VisitBritain, has launched an international TV campaign featuring some of Britain’s best known celebrities, inviting the world to visit Britain.

British theatre is well represented with Dame Judi Dench and Rupert Everett both featured in the campaign, along with Slumdog Millionaire actor Dev Patel, fashion icon Twiggy and chef Jamie Oliver.

Opening this week: Blithe Spirit, Flare Path

Première’s this week in the West End include Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit starring Alison Steadman and Ruthie Henshall, Sienna Miller in Flare Path, Polly Rae in Hurly Burly, Matthew Kelly in Sign of the Times and the Olivier Awards this Sunday 13 March.

Christmas shows in the West End

This year’s London theatre scene is more festive than ever before, with a range of shows for children, families and adults. Here’s our selection of some of the West End’s Christmas theatre highlights.

Opening this week: When We Are Married

When We Are Married and The Go! Go! Go! Show start previews this week in the West End. Plus special anniversaries for The Lion King and Dirty Dancing.

Potted Panto at the Garrick Theatre

Seven classic pantomimes for the price of one! CBBC presenters Dan and Jeff take a madcap ride through the best-loved panto stories in an hilarious new family show.

Opening this week in London

A busy week for London theatre as comedy, Shakespeare, showgirls and Ben Barnes hit the West End, plus Hamlet, Yes Prime Minister, Les Miserables

Opening This Week in the West End

It’s an eclectic bag of shows that are opening this week in the West End, as the autumn season of new shows begins apace. From Wonder Woman to Michael Gambon via Noel Coward and Sebastian Faulks, there’s something there for everyone.

When We Are Married

J B Priestley’s classic comedy about class and hypocrisy returns to the West End featuring an all-star cast including Maureen Lipman, Lynda Baron, Susie Blake, Roy Hudd and Sam Kelly.

All the Fun of the Fair

Pop star David Essex writes and stars in a roller coaster ride of a musical set in a fun fair.

DAVID ESSEX in All The Fun Of The Fair

70s and 80s pop supremo returns to the West End with new show He may be best known as a recording artist who sold millions of albums, but David Essex is also a theatre pro. He first came to prominence in musical theatre, starring as Jesus in the original West End production of Godspell in 1972 and Che in Evita in 1978. He also appeared in Sir Peter Hall’s She Stoops To Conquer at the Queen’s Theatre, Footloose The Musical at the Novello Theatre and most recently a national tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love. He has also …

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All the Fun of the Fair – Save £22.50

Save £22.50 on tickets to see All The Fun of the Fair at the Garrick Theatre in London Valid Tuesday to Sunday performances until the 9th May David Essex and Boogie Nights creator Jon Conway invite you to a roller coaster ride of a musical, underscored by a helter- skelter of David Essex hit songs. Inspired by David’s debut album ‘All The Fun Of The Fair’, David plays fun fair owner Levi Lee, recently widowed and father of a rebellious teenage son. Danger and mysticism lurk in the future, as predicted by the gypsy fortune teller who is in love …

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Friend comes out for West End

Hollywood heart-throb Rupert Friend to make West End debut alongside Gemma Arterton in new comedy.

New Shows: Save on Spring Awakening and A Little Night Music

Two major new musicals have opened in London in the past few weeks, both transferring in to the West End from fringe venues. To celebrate Westendtheatre.com presents great value special offers on Spring Awakening and A Little Night Music. SPRING AWAKENING Spring Awakening comes to the Novello Theatre following its five star success at the Lyric Hammersmith. Michael Mayer’s European premiere of the award-winning Broadway show is based on Frank Wedekind’s groundbreaking 1890s play – a daring exploration of teenage sexual awakening set against a backdrop of religious and parental repression. Acclaimed writer Steven Sater and songwriter Duncan Sheik’s award-winning …

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Transfer News: Night Music and Awakening

A Little Night Music After much speculation, Trevor Nunn’s critic-pleasing revival of A Little Night Music will wing its way across the river and into the Garrick Theatre from 28 March, replacing Zorro. Following the Menier Chocolate Factory’s sell out production of Stephen Sondheim’s lyrical musical, the talented and accomplished cast includes Hannah Waddingham as Desiree, Maureen Lipman as Madame Armfeldt, Alexander Hanson as Fredrik, Kelly Price as Countess Charlotte Malcolm and Jessie Buckley as Anne Egerman. Spring Awakening Also controversial and oh so hip musical Spring Awakening based on Frank Wedekind’s classic play, will transfer from the Lyric Hammersmith …

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Zorro Sorrow

ZORRO – GARRICK THEATRE – BOOK NOW AND SAVE £20 PER TICKET The producers of Zorro – the swashbuckling musical at the Garrick Theatre in London – have posted its closing notices. Opening last summer to good reviews, the show will finish earlier than planned on Saturday 14 March. Featuring music by the Gipsy Kings, over £2.8 million has been sunk into the production, and despite good audience turn out it wasn’t attracting the numbers needed to support a big cast and crew. The musical is nominated for five awards in the forthcoming Olivier awards: best new musical, best actress …

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ZORRO REVIEW

Zorro at the Garrick Theatre – review

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