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BLOG : Theatre Etiquette In Brief - Do's and Don'ts

By Jade Ali
An American In Paris Tuesday 30 August 2016

Going to the theatre is quite the treat and of course you're going to want to make the most of the occasion but there are some unspoken rules you must remember. 

BLOG : London's Revivals & Classics

By Molly Richardson
42nd Street Tuesday 30 August 2016

Something I've noticed recently is that there seems to be a surge in revivals of classic musicals in the West End. Therefore, I figured why not skim over this topic and run you through some of the recent revivals - and throw out the questions of whether they work or not.

BLOG : Top London Shows for £30 or Under

By Harriet Wilson
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Wednesday 24 August 2016

Seeing plays and musicals in London is great – but, who can afford it? With the price of trains and other transport so high, it is expensive enough just getting to London, let along seeing a show. But, in reality, you don't actually have to spend a ridiculous amount of money on theatre tickets – in fact, trips to London can be really quite affordable, if you know where to look for cheap seats.

Murder Ballad Extends Booking Period, Now Booking To 3rd December

By Jacob Porteous
Murder Ballad Wednesday 24 August 2016

Murder Ballad, starring Kerry Ellis, Ramin Karimloo, Victoria Hamilton – Barritt and Norman Bowman, extends booking period to December 3rd at The Arts Theatre. Completing the cast are Natalie McQueen as Alternate Sara and Cover Narrator and Matthew Harvey who will cover the roles of Michael and Tom.

BLOG : Remember The Little Guy – Off West End And Smaller Theatres

By Jade Ali
Ragtime Monday 22 August 2016

When you think of the West End, you probably think of Shaftesbury Avenue and those big name theatres in that region. They’re beautiful theatres with all their history and grandeur, the bright lights and beautiful displays but what about those smaller theatres that don’t have those same big budgets, the bright lights or the great locations? Do we forget about them? The answer, if it wasn’t already obvious, is no.

BLOG : My West End Wish-List

By Jade Ali
Hamilton Monday 22 August 2016

The West End offers a constant range of variety. Some musicals and plays have been around for years and that’s how we want it to stay. Some crop up and are gone again in as little as 8 weeks. There are some things however that don’t make an appearance as often as they should or even at all. Here’s what I’m hoping will come to the West End in the future. 

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