Archive for September, 2009

Marilyn Forever Blonde

Appearing at the refurbished Leicester Square Theatre in London, this story of Marilyn Monroe takes place at a photo shoot just prior to Marilyn’s untimely death. Divorced for the third time and now living alone, frustrated by Hollywood and tired of being labeled a sex symbol, Marilyn longs to be respected for her talent and […]

Bounce – Insane in the Brain

At the Peacock Theatre only until 3rd october 2009 is Bounce – Insane in the Brain.

Arturo Brachetti

Running at the Garrick Theatre in London, from 19th October to 3rd January 2010 is Arturo Brachetti – quick change artist. In this amazing display of virtuosic skill, over one hundred characters are brought to life on the stage in a unique and spectacular show that simply has to be seen to be believed. From […]

Liberace Live From Heaven

Do you enjoy a bit of hysterical camp humour?

Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Get Your Gun is appearing at The Young Vic in London from 3rd October until 2nd January 2010. This delightful musical is packed with classic show-stopping tunes including There’s No Business Like Show Business, Doin’ What Comes Natur’lly and Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better, Annie Get Your Gun brings the sun […]

Comedy Club – Just the Tonic

Looking for an evening of laughter – look no further than Just the Tonic Comedy Club at the refurbished Leicester Square Theatre – offering high quality line-ups in the most luxurious and affordable setting in London’s West End. We have tickets available for Friday and Saturday evenings until 28th November 2009 – so get tickets […]


Jump is the tale of a “typical” Korean family.

Swan Lake

Matthew Bourne’s triumphant modern re-interpretation of Swan Lake turned tradition upside down, and took the dance world by a storm.

The Snowman returns

Raymond Briggs’ The Snowman returns for a twelfth year – for Christmas of course – to delight children of all ages.