Archive for February, 2010

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Abbaworld Tickets

Tickets for Abbaworld at the Museum Court, Earls Court now on sale Fully approved and supported by ABBA, ABBAWORLD is playing in London at Earls Court until 28th March 2010. The hugely interactive experience will take visitors on a mind-blowing journey through ABBAWORLDS


Madness in Valencia

Madness in Valencia has just finished a sell-out run at the White Bear and now moves to the Trafalgar Studio Two theatre in London.


Whatsonstage.com Awards 2009

Jude Law, Rachel Weisz, Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Patrick Stewart, Rowan Atkinson and X-Factor star Diana Vickers scooped prestigious theatre awards this week, voted for by the public in record numbers. Theatregoers voted online for their favourites across 26 different categories between December 2009 and January 2010. There was a record 46,000 voters who took [...]


Megan Mullally

Another first for the UK is internationally acclaimed acress Megan Mullally on stage at the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End, with her band, Supreme Music Program, for a very limited run of only 8 performances – opening on 16th February, until 21st February 2010. The new show at the Vaudeville Theatre will include songs [...]


Holding The Man

Holding the Man is based on the award winning book by Tim Conigrave and is adapted for the stage by playwright Tommy Murphy.


Mrs Warren’s Profession

The question her daughter, Vivie, is asking is “what is Mrs Warren’s Profession?”.


Lion King Dinner & Show Offers

The current dinner & show offers combining a ticket for The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre, London with a value of


Dirty Dancing – Special Offers

Our Dirty Dancing special offers include dinner & show deals and also discounted ticket prices. Save over 35% on top price tickets for Dirty Dancing at the Aldwych Theatre, London – giving a saving of


Shirley Jones

Shirley Jones, legendary Hollywood and Broadway star, is making her UK debut at the Arts Theatre in London from 22nd March to 3rd April 2010, which means ONLY 12 performances. As a virtually unknown actress, Shirley Jones was cast as Laurie in the 1955 Rodgers & Hammerstein version of their hit stage musical, Oklahoma!