Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot returns to the West End for 1 night only
Nominations for the 68th annual Tony Awards were announced today in New York.
Photos of the Les Miserables opening night on Broadway
Les Miserables returns to Broadway in this brand new production from Cameron Mackintosh.
Video of the cast of Les Miserables Broadway performing on Good Morning America
The winners of the 2013 Whatsonstage awards announced, including The Bodyguard winning Best New Musical.
West End actor Ramin Karimloo will star as Jean Valjean in Cameron Mackintosh’s London production of Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre from 29 November 2011 to 3 March 2012. He will take over from Alfie Boe, who is currently playing the role until 26 November 2011.
Ramin Karimloo And Sierra Boggess Lead A Cast And Orchestra Of Over 200 Tickets On Sale Monday 4th July At 10.00am
Cameron Mackintosh has confirmed the leads for the 25th anniversary celebration of The Phantom of the Opera, to be held at the Royal Albert Hall on 1 and 2 of October 2011.
West End Live 2011 photos including Ramin Karimloo from Love Never Dies and the cast of Billy Elliot The Musical.
Love Never Dies, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s multi-million pound sequel to The Phantom of the Opera, may shortly announce its closure in the West End.
Plans have been announced for the 25th anniversary celebrations of The Phantom of the Opera this October.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical The Phantom of the Opera will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year: Phantom first previewed on 27 September 1986 at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London, with its official opening night on 9th October, and it has played at the venue ever since.
In a star-studded awards ceremony last night, Sunday 13 March, at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, the Society of London Theatre held their 35th annual theatre awards ceremony.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sequel to The Phantom of the Opera misses out at Olivier Awards
Major cast changes tonight, 7 March 2011, as Love Never Dies and Priscilla Queen of the Desert issue in new stars.
Production photos of Love Never Dies at the Adelphi Theatre
Andrew Lloyd Webber confirms Love Never Dies cast change for 7 March: Ramin Karimloo to stay as Phantom, David Thaxton joins as Raoul
New Casting Announced For “Love Never Dies” Recently Nominated In 7 Major Categories For The 2011 Laurence Olivier Awards Now Winner Of Two 2011 Whatsonstage.Com Awards
Whatsonstage Awards announced; Legally Blonde picks up four awards; Shakespeare’s Globe wins best new play for Anne Boleyn
A spectacular concert performance of Les Miserables was held at the O2 Arena in London last night, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the musical.
Last few tickets remain for major Les Miserables concert at the 02 this Sunday; Katie Hall to replace Camilla Kerslake as Cosette; concert to be shown live in cinemas around the world
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Andrew Lloyd Webber presents his greatly anticipated sequel to The Phantom of the Opera – LOVE NEVER DIES, starring Ramin Karimloo, David Thaxton and Celia Graham.
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RAMIN KARIMLOO in Love Never Dies
Whoopi Goldberg to make her West End debut in Sister Act; Alf from Home and Away joins the cast of Priscilla Queen of the Desert; Ramin Karimloo and Samantha Barks to appear in Les Mis at the O2.
This time next week Andrew Lloyd Webber’s brand new musical Love Never Dies will start previewing at the Adelphi Theatre in London.
Today in London Andrew Lloyd Webber launched his new Phantom sequel Love Never Dies.
Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s new sequel to The Phantom of the Opera – “Love Never Dies” – will have its world premiere in London, as reported today by Baz Bamigboye in the Daily Mail. It was initially believed that the new blockbusting musical would open simultaneously in New York, London and Shanghai, but it now appears that managing the logistics of this has proved too complex. However, the show will still break new ground in opening productions around the world in quick succession – starting with London and then following with Toronto, Shanghai and then Broadway. In London, the show will play …