Avenue Q: 2019 UK tour announced

This morning Selladoor Worldwide has announced the return of anarchic puppet show Avenue Q, set to tour the UK again in 2019. The very politically incorrect comedy musical was last seen on tour in 2016 (following a five-year West End run and two other tours in 2014 & 2015), though it has been an Off […]

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Bat Out Of Hell: 2018 preview

Meat Loaf musical Bat Out Of Hell returns to London for a new West End run in a couple of weeks’ time, making a new home in the Dominion Theatre. Since premièring at the Manchester Opera House just over a year ago, the show has enjoyed stints at London’s Coliseum (where it extended its summer […]

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Suffragette City

This year marks 100 years since the first women were granted the right to vote, and there are many things going on to help celebrate this historic moment. The latest of which is Suffragette City, immersive experience that re-creates the events in Lillian Ball’s life; she was a mother, dressmaker & Suffragette from Tooting, who […]

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Brief Encounter

It’s set to be quite a year for Emma Rice. With The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk off on tour (around the UK & US) and a couple of productions left in the Winter Selection at Shakespeare’s Globe, she now adds a revival of Brief Encounter to the list. It has already had short runs in Birmingham and […]

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The Dog Beneath The Skin

Jermyn Street Theatre’s Scandal season comes to an end with a production of WH Auden and Christopher Isherwood’s 1930s play The Dog Beneath The Skin, produced in conjunction with Proud Haddock. Described as “part madcap misadventure, part piercing social satire”, the play is based on two earlier Auden plays (The Fronny and The Chase) and […]

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Hilda and Virginia

For one week only, Maureen Duffy’s double bill of A Nightingale in Bloomsbury Square and The Choice has called Jermyn Street Theatre its home. Telling the stories of two very different, but equally remarkable women, this pair of one-woman plays continues the Scandal season with the lives of Virginia Woolf and Abbess Hilda of Whitby (later canonised). […]

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