Just how much damage can be done in 5 years?
A journey into the London night tube
An hilarious satire of musical theatre
The musical based on 1998 DreamWorks’ movie has opened in the West End
The legendary story of the romantic hero only for one night
I don’t want to be special, I just want to survive
Billie's back and up to her Trix!
First staged in 1962, the show comes back to London
12 strangers collide in a case that will change them forever
A powerful musical at the Park Theatre
Welcome to Soho!
The return of the all-singing all-dancing love letter to 1920s musical comedies
What if Juliet did not die?
A suicide. A lie. The unexpected.
A truly special evening
A new musical by Alick Glass, set in the 1930s
A comedy musical for anyone who’s fallen in, or out, of love
A new immersive pub musical
A quirky musical about breaking up and vinyls
An intoxicating musical about love, loss and spirits
A new twist on the Cinderella fairy tale
The perfect shoe can change a girl's life
Do gentlemen really prefer blondes?
An autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson
A story within a story
Now and then, I fall again for you
"Everything is in order"
The premiere of a new British musical
The 1988 famous movie is now a West End musical
Fame arrives in the West End
A journey into Rachmaninoff's mind
The musical runs for a limited season
A new dark comedy musical
A new British Musical Theatre Song Cycle by Sam Thomas
BTA bring back to London Pasek and Paul's musical
Under the sizzling sun of the Caribbean
A production for all the family
The British Theatre Academy brings back the toe-tapping musical to Southwark Playhouse
The European premiere of new LGBTQ+ musical
A star is born
The story of a £5 note going through the hands of different people
The musical adaptation of Sue Townsend‘s best-selling book
A musical with a jazz, ragtime, gospel and blues score
A semi-staged version of the Broadway musical from Stephen Schwartz
There is no way you can sit still with this one
One love. One life. One truth.
A musical that takes us to Italy
There is nothing sad about Les Mis!
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