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Photo credit: Cruise, Amelie and Les Miserables (Photos by Jack Hextall, Johan Persson and Pamela Raith)
Top 10 theatre openings in London this May
Spring is well and truly here. Theatres are finally opening up again for in-person performances. Nature is healing. Throughout May, West End musicals like Six, Everybody's Talking About Jamie and... Read more
Photo credit: The Lion King (Photo by Johan Persson)
The best theatre shows for kids to see in the West End
London is packed with theatrical experiences, with some shows designed with younger audiences in mind. Shows typically fall into two brackets; either they're either created for kids, or are suitable... Read more
Photo credit: Shan Ako in Les Miserables, Max Hutchinson in The Woman in Black and Natalie Paris in Six (Photos by Michael Le Poer Trench, Tristram Kenton and Eleanor Howarth respectively)
All the West End shows you can see in Step Three from 17 May
West End theatres over the past year have suffered a great deal to say the least. But thankfully, the light at the end of the tunnel is in sight. We’ve had 17 May marked down in our calendars for... Read more
Photo credit: Julius Caesar at the Bridge Theatre (Photo by Manuel Harlan)
All the shows to watch on the National Theatre at Home streaming service
In 2020, over 15 million people watched free theatre streams from the National Theatre, allowing audiences from over 170 countries to experience new theatre. After global success, the South Bank... Read more
Photo credit: Prince Philip (Photo courtesy of Shakespeare’s Globe)
HRH Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh dies at 99, the theatre industry reacts
His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has passed away today, 9 April 2021, at the age of 99. Throughout his life, Prince Philip expressed a keen interest in the arts, serving as... Read more
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