BLOG : BREAK LONDON THEATRE
Saturday 04 June 2011
It's often nice to break the normal, sometimes mundane weekly routine, so why not try something a little different and break London theater into the program?
With such a huge range of shows on offer in London's West End, there's most certainly something to please even the most fussy person.
If you like to listen to men sing, even better with their clothes off, then head over to the Charing Cross Theatre on Friday and Saturday evenings from 10pm for Naked Boys Singing. This 70 minute show features 7 sexy and talented male actor/singers celebrating the glories of the naked male body through a series of 16 catchy cabaret numbers.
If you prefer the men to have their clothes on then check out Jersey Boys. This show has won 53 major awards worldwide including the Olivier Award for Best New Musical. This show tells the remarkable rise to stardom of one of the most successful bands in pop music history. With spectacular performances of all their hits, Jersey Boys is the electrifying true life story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons; the mob, the heartaches the triumphs and the music.
If you don't want to hear men singing at all but wouldn’t mind seeing them dance around the stage banging everything from Zippo Lighters, plastic bags, bin lids and even the kitchen sink then STOMP is now fresher, faster and funnier than ever before and celebrating its 8th sensational year in London. This multi-award winning show has a universal language of rhythm, theatre, comedy and dance and is on at the Ambassadors Theatre every day except Tuesday and Wednesday with two performances on Thursday and Sunday. ‘IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN STOMP, GO! If you have seen it, take someone who hasn’t and share the pleasure’ - Boston Herald.
With so much choice on offer, there really is no excuse as to why you can't break London theater
into your life and enjoy what London's West End has to offer.
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