From 9 February 2009, Gareth Gates will make his West End stage debut starring as
Keith Jack, who was a finalist in the BBC programme searching for the new Joseph, has released his new album, “This Time” which includes some of the songs he sang on the Any Dream Will Do tv programme, as well as some additional “covers” and some all new songs.
Additionally, Keith will star in panto later this year.
We have a new theatre and dinner package available for Joseph which is an addition to the previous meal deal and now makes a meal deal available to different budgets.
The new deal is for a two course meal from the pre theatre menu at Maxwells with an upper circle ticket for Joseph at the Adelphi Theatre for just £32.50. The ticket alone in this package is normally £30 so the package price represents a good saving.
We have just launched some new mini-sites for individual musicals. On the new sites you will find general information on the show with details such as storyline and cast as well as ticket booking information, dates and times etc. You will also be able to read more detailed information about the show including the history of how it all started and by who. There is also a history of the theatre that the show is currently playing at including things like when the theatre was first built, name changes, seating capacity etc.
We currently have three mini-sites live which are:
All of the sites have quick links for booking tickets and theatre breaks as well as links to hotel bookings. There are many more mini-sites coming soon for other shows which will all be announced here when they go live.
The latest update to our theatre articles on localnightsout.com include the following shows –
Madame de Sade
Directed by Micheal Grandage and starring Judi Dench, Mishima’s poetic masterpiece brings to life the fascinating story of the Marquis de Sade told through the eyes of six remarkable women.
God Of Carnage
Ralph Fiennes, Tamsin Greig, Janet McTeer and Ken Stott join the award winning team that brought you ART to star in God Of Carnage at the Gielgud Theatre. God Of Carnage tells the story of two sets of parents that meet up to discuss their children’s unruly behaviour. There’ll be tears before bedtime….
Hamlet is Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy of passion, corruption and revenge. This latest production sees Jude Law as Hamlet directed by Kenneth Branagh.
Legal Fictions is a double bill (The Dock Brief & Edwin) of comic legal dramas starring Edward Fox and Directed by John Mortimer, creater of Rumpole Of The Bailey.
The Dock Brief sees incompetent barrister Morganhall asked to represent a lugubrious fellow who has confessed to murdering his wife. In Edwin, retired High Court Judge Fennimore Truscott can’t stop himself trying people… in his imagination.
Joseph stars Lee Mead, winner of TV’s Any Dream Will Do. In a new staging of the record breaking 1990s London Palladium production Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s family classic is ready to please a whole new generation.