We now have pre-theatre and post-theatre ticket and dinner packages available for Holding The Man and Spaghetti House.
Holding The Man is playing at the Trafalgar Studios and is based on the much loved award winning book by Tim Conigrave.
Adapted for the stage by acclaimed playwright Tommy Murphy, Holding the Man is a hilariously funny, tender and moving play following the remarkable true life love story of Tim Conigrave and John Caleo. It is a celebration that speaks across generations, sexual preference and culture.
Spaghetti House is located on St. Martin’s Lane. A passion for good food and authentic Italian flavours were the main ingredients which inspired the Lavarini family to open the first Spaghetti House restaurant in 1955 in Goodge Street.
Since those early days Spaghetti House has now grown into a 10 strong group of restaurants, all located at iconic locations in the West End of London.
The package is available for Monday to Saturday performances at 7.30pm and the restaurant will be booked for 6pm or 10.30pm.
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We have launched a new website aimed at making it easier to find theatre tickets by the theatre name instead of the name of the show. In the case of a lot of the big shows people know which theatre they are playing at and look for that theatre’s box office, e.g the Aldwych Theatre Box Office for Dirty Dancing tickets or Lyceum Theatre Box Office for The Lion King.
On the new website all of London’s theatres are listed down the side. Select the theatre of your choice and you will have all of the information for that theatre including a map, directions and which shows are currently booking.
Take a look and let us know what you think.
An exiting new series for channel 4
Winners for this year’s 34th annual Laurence Olivier Awards, the UK’s most prestigious stage awards, were announced on Sunday at a ceremony hosted by Anthony Head at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane.
The full list of nominations is below, with the winners in bold.
Gillian Anderson for A DOLL
Tamzin Outhwaite is interviewed by Louis Wise for the Times Online in the run-up to the transfer of Sweet Charity from the Menier Chocolate Factory in Southwark to the Haymarket Theatre Royal in the West End.
Ms Outhwaite’s success in Southwark points to great things for the transfer to the West End.
Exclusive Charity Benefit Performances.
This newly reimagined version of Eve Ensler’s hilarious and provocative classic returns to London at the New Players Theatre following a sell-out run in 2009. The show will only be performed for six exclusive benefit performance between 9th and 20th March 2010.
Think you’ve seen it? Think again! Book now to avoid disappointment – proceeds go to local and international charities working to end violence against women.
For more information go to Vagina Monologues Tickets.
Jesus Hopped The A Train comes to the Trafalgar Studio Two theatre in London for a limited run between 5th and 24th April 2010.
Unusually, this play is performed by a company of professional and ex-prisoner actors.
Protective Custody: Rikers Island, NY. Impressionable Angel and serial killer Lucius – two convicts set on a collision course – wrestle with God, their demons and a brutal system which shows no mercy.
For more information and to check tickets go to Jesus Hopped The A Train Tickets.
Current special offers for Jersey Boys include discounted tickets and dinner & show packages.
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The Fever Chart is at Trafalgar Studio Two in London until 3rd April 2010.
The Fever Chart tells three stories which explore the possibility of humanity in the most inhumane conditions. Internationally acclaimed American playwright Naomi Wallace explores political tensions by grounding them in the human issues of love, life and death; the play draws us into a world of intense emotion set against the realities of war.
For more information and to check availability of tickets go to The Fever Chart Theatre Tickets.
Tap Dogs are coming to the Novello Theatre in London from 15th June to 5th September 2010. The are currently taking the world by storm with their unprecedented tap show that combines the strength and power of workmen with the precision and talent of tap dancing.
Tap Dogs was the instant hit of the Sydney Theatre Festival where it had its world premiere in January 1995 – it caused an equal sensation at the Edinburgh Festival later that year. Tap Dogs went on to play to packed houses at Sadler’s Wells in London; return tours of Australia; a West End engagement, for which Dein won a second consecutive Olivier Award in 1996 for his choreography; and an off Broadway, New York season in 1997. So far the company have won 11 International Awards including a Pegasus Award at the Spoleto Festival in Italy and an Obie in New York.
For more information and to check ticket availability go to Tap Dogs Theatre Tickets.