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     After lots of anticipation, the latest Broadway transfer has finally arrived in London’s West End to be greeted with hype, full houses and people scrambling for tickets. 

      You know the moment. You're shuffling the copious showtunes on your phone and, suddenly, a song starts and you just have to stop what you're doing and belt out the entire number... Some showtunes just have epic intros – and here are my Top Ten.  

     An Inspector Calls, is a haunting look at the gaps in society and this production is a timely and important reminder that not much has changed since its 1912 setting, its 1945 premiere or even when it debuted as a production in 1992 at the National Theatre.

     Maxwell Caulfield has withdrawn from the London premiere of Death Takes a Holiday. Producers are citing "unforeseen circumstances" as the reason for the swift departure, scarcely a week before the show is scheduled to begin. 

     This time she is leaving the habit behind and bringing the laughs. For one night only Whoopi Goldberg-Stand Up Live! will bring this iconic star of the screen to the West End's London Palladium 

     Known as London’s Dance House, Sadler’s Wells has played host to innumerable companies and productions since its first incarnation in 1683 and along the way it has earned a reputation for being one of the world’s leading dance venues. The Sadler’s Wells has expanded over the years becoming a production house, receiving house and managing the program at their West End base in the Peacock Theatre. Sadler’s Wells brings dance from all over the globe to a London audience. The dance featured in their venues ranges from classic and traditional to contemporary and avant-garde. This season at Sadler’s Wells there is something for everyone, but we’ll give you a little taste of some of the shows we think you shouldn’t miss along the way.

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