The show has opened in the West End
All I expect is a little respect
A personal collection of Jim Steinman songs
A high-energy concert of favourite classic pop, rock, and musical theatre songs
A magical fusion of theatre and cinema
Peter Andre performs in MJ's tribute
A truly special evening
Frank Sinatra is in the room!
A spectacular dance extravaganza
The summer is not gone yet..
The Chicago Blues Brothers in the West End for one night only
Celebrating infinite freedom through heart, mind, body and soul
A celebration of the art form of musical theatre
A spectacular tribute show to Whitney Houston
Ballet and gospel together in this stunning performance
And the winner is....
The Beatles like you’ve never heard them before
The tribute concert at the Palladium
Whitney is alive!
A night of music hits with the best from the West End
Divorced, beheaded, live!
A new West End singalong? Yes, please
If you love Tango, don't miss this one..
Do you miss Bat? Keep reading, then...
Our review of this musical comedy by New York City Theatre composer and lyricist, Michael Mott
Bernadette Robinson's one-woman show at the Ambassador
All the hits of the piano legends for a high energy evening
Jingle all the way..
Martians against humans: who will win?
English folk tunes and Christmas melodies to retell Dickens’ classic tale
Are you ready, girls?
The West End singing the 90's
Cervantes' hero is back for a limited run in the West End
Musical Theatre and the Mystery of Cirque together in this theatrical adventure
Music, dance, video and spoken words in this production at the Old Vic
The album will be released 14th September
Alexander Bermange's musical revue is back at Zedel
The group in Greenwich in their Castles and Country Tour
A beautiful night of musical songs
Kinky Boots' star at Crazy Coqs
Did anybody say Sondheim?
Number one singers performing number one songs: what else?
Welcome to London, Tap Pack!
Do you fancy some rock and roll music?
..but maybe you don't want your life to really be like a musical, after all...
The Strictly stars at the Palladium for a tribute to Fred Astaire
Gospel found his home in Holborn
Copyright 2021 - London Theatre Reviews
We use necessary cookies to make our site work and enable core functionality such as security, network management, and
accessibility. You may disable these by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how the website functions.
No analytical cookies are being used on this website.
Your Email has been sent
Your E-mail has been sent. We will be in contact with you soon.
Please refresh the page and re-submit the form.
Your content caused an error and your email has not been sent.
Please remove any unusual characters and try again