Tim Pigott-Smith and Laura Dos-Santos star in Willy Russell’s much-loved play about a brash young hairdresser who discovers a passion for English literature.
West End theatres celebrate important anniversaries this year.
We read with interest Ambassador Theatre Group co-owner Howard Panter’s spread in the Sunday Times Money section this weekend, “Fame and fortune: I put my savings on the stage”, in the hope of getting some tips.
Educating Rita at the Trafalgar Studios – Save £27.50
Star-studded opening night set for La Bete at the Comedy Theatre
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DANIEL BOYS in Wolfboy
EMMA RIGBY in Wolfboy
New shows starting this week: The Fantasticks, The Crucible, All My Sons and Dream of the Dog
Save £17 on tickets to see HOLDING THE MAN at the Trafalgar Studios in London
Half Price tickets to see Agatha Christie’s masterpiece My Daughter’s Daughter at the Trafalgar Studios in London
Sunset Boulevard, Spring Awakening, Shout and Joseph to all close on 30 May. A number of major West End shows are closing this month – with only days left for theatregoers to catch them. Despite astonishing critical acclaim, Spring Awakening at the Novello Theatre is to close early on 30 May. Spring Awakening had its European premiere at Lyric Hammersmith earlier this year, where the mix of Frank Wedekind’s classic story about teenage sexual discovery fused with teen rock garnered numerous five star reviews. Stephen Daldry’s 1992 National Theatre production of JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls will go into …
Entertaining Mr Sloane at Trafalgar Studios – review
If theatre mirrors life then you would expect 2009 to be a bad year for the performing arts in London: economic downturns and credit crunches sound like gloomy news for our discretionary entertainment spending. But West End theatre box office figures have kept on going up in recent years, and the huge number of new productions sailing into town during 2009 could mean that Theatreland manages to buck the trend. THE GREAT REVIVAL The RSC, National Theatre, Donmar and Old Vic dominated straight drama in the West End in 2008, and they haven’t finished yet. Big hitters coming to …