My Real War, 1914 –
For the fourth consecutive year The Gruffalo returns to the Apollo Theatre in London for the Christmas season.
We have tickets for sale for a new show – Enron, at the Noel Coward Theatre in London from 16th January 2010.
When I first read the title I thought – no, it can’t be – but apparently it is and the critics have this to say about it:-
“A corporate Macbeth” Evening Standard.
“Breathtakingly staged, the most beautifully acted modern play I’ve seen for years” Newsnight Review.
“One of the most original plays in London” London Lite.
An unlikely subject maybe, but an interesting one nonetheless. I think I will definitely be up for seeing this one!
For more information, to check availability and to book your tickets go to Enron Theatre Tickets.
We have a great Dinner & Show offer for Prick Up Your Ears at the Comedy theatre.
Cirkus Cirkor, the Swedish company has developed a cult following with its spectacular blend of acrobatics and storytelling, laced with style and humour and the company’s latest show, Inside Out, is a celebration of circus.
Cymbeline is one of Shakespeare’s rarely seen final plays.
Combine tickets for 39 Steps with either pre or post theatre dinner at a great choice of London restaurants from the bargain price of
The Snow Queen tells the tale of two young friends, Kay and Gerda. Kay catches slivers of the Snow Queen’s shattered magic mirror in his eye and in his heart and is spirited away to the Snow Queen’s palace.
Jerusalem – Jez Butterworth’s new comedy – is a contemporary vision of life in our green and pleasant land.
Ross Noble is currently appearing at the Apollo Theatre in London with his show “Things“.