Coming to the Arts Theatre in London from 15th to 20th March 2010 is Oddsocks’ Romeo & Juliet. Take two restaurant owning families, a pinch of passionate rivalry and a whole lot of Italian sauce, throw in a pizza slice, a
We have a great Show & Dinner deal for Shirley Jones at the Arts Theatre in London. For this offer you can combine a two course meal from the pre theatre menu at Spaghetti House in Leicester Square with a top price ticket for Shirley Jones at the Arts Theatre for
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!
Nunsense A-Men is an hilarious comedy spoof following the misadventures of five nuns trying to manage a fundraiser – with all of the characters being portrayed by male musical comedy performers! Sister Julia’s vichyssoise is contaminated with botulism, resulting in the death of the rest of the sisterhood and the remaining nuns – ballet-loving Sister [...]
Party is an hilarious Fringe First winning debut play from Tom Basden. It comes to the West End two years after collecting the if.comedy Best Newcomer award at the Edinburgh Fringe and comes to the Arts Theatre, London for a limited run from 1st to 13th March 2010. Starring Tom Basden, Anna Crilly, Tim Key, [...]
Naked Boys Singing! is back at the Arts Theatre, London from 27th January to 27th MArch 2010. This is a musical comedy revue featuring an original score of 16 songs celebrating the splendours of male nudity. A 70 minute review featurings 7 good-looking and talented male actors celebrating the glories of the naked make body [...]
Following its sell-out run, A Man of No Importance transfers from the Union Theatre to the Arts Theatre, London for a limited season. This musical production is based on a 1994 film starring Albert Finney and is about a journey of self-discovery and acceptance.
Daisy Meredith – the plucky heroine of Daisy Pulls It Off undergoes trials and tribulations at the Grangewood School for Young Ladies.
Cymbeline is one of Shakespeare’s rarely seen final plays.