You may have been munching mince pies over the holidays, but the police were working hard… including at London’s Southwark Playhouse where director Andy Jordan has been preparing his four-strong cast of COPS for their UK premiere. Check out our gallery of rehearsal photos – including an astonishingly adorable puppy! – and then get booking!
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On 4 and 9 February 2020, Kinky Boots The Musical, the multi-award-winning stage hit based on the hit 2005 Britflick, will be screened at more than 650 cinemas across the UK and Ireland care of More2Screen. Critics enjoyed strutting their stuff when the Broadway blockbuster first transferred to the West End in 2015. As a reminder, we’ve rounded up highlights from reviews and other media coverage at the time.
Unleash the Llama’s acclaimed, sell-out romantic comedy JEW…ish returns to London this month for six performances only at the King’s Head Theatre, running from Tuesday 14 January to Sunday 19 January 2020.
The power of words and argument are put under the spotlight in new play For the Sake of Argument, set at the time of the Iraq war. Take a look at it’s powerful new trailer and peek into rehearsals, then book your tickets!
In Cops, written by ex American serviceman Tony Tortura, four policemen of different ages, classes and races in 1957 Chicago must work together to thwart the Mob. British director and producer Andy Jordan explains what drew him to the piece, which starts performances at London’s Southwark Playhouse on 15 January 2020…
Who wouldn’t want to start 202o with a lot of laughter and something a bit magical? That’s exactly what’s in store with Paul Aitchison’s Edinburgh hit, Could It Be Magic?. Check out the trailer, then book your tickets!
Kinky Boots returns to the big screen in February. More2Screen has announced the cinema release of the critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning West End and Broadway musical based on the hit 2005 Britflick. Kinky Boots The Musical, the winner of every major Best Musical award, will be screened at more than 650 cinemas across the UK and Ireland on 4 and 9 February 2020.
Magic Goes Wrong has just started previews as part of Mischief Theatre’s year-long residency at the West End’s Vaudeville Theatre and it’s already creating a buzz with audiences. Also on social media, the mischief-makers have been getting us in a festive theatregoing spirit with the #12DaysOfMischief. Time to get booking!
“Delightfully amusing”, “brilliantly written” and “deeply moving” – critics have fallen back in love with Charlotte Jones’ award-winning comedy Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis. Check our some of our favourite reviews, then book your tickets.
Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Paul Aitchison’s hit show blending character comedy with phenomenal tricks, Could It Be Magic?, comes to London in 2020, playing a short season at the Chiswick Playhouse. Time to book your tickets!
What can you expect from Rosalind Blessed’s tale of lost souls, Lullabies for the Lost, which comes to the Old Red Lion Theatre alongside The Delights of Dogs and The Problems of People next year? There’s a hint in these brand new rehearsal images. Take a look, then book your tickets.
Audiences are describing Jud Charlton’s solo staging of Charles Dickens’ festive classic, A (One-Man) Christmas Carol as “excellent” and “amazing”. Take a look at what’s been said about the show, then book your tickets for its final week!
Leopard print, rubber gloves and an Elvis impersonator; sounds like my kind of party! Take a look at the first images of Signal Theatre Company’s revival of Charlotte Jones’ award-winning comedy Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis, then book your tickets.
Asya Sosis directs a new production of 1944 Soviet satire Dragon for two performances only this weekend, hot on the heels of the UK’s general election. In the piece, a brave knight’s attempts to kill an evil dragon are met with hostility by the very people he’s trying to liberate. Here, Sosis explores the darker themes in Eugene Schwartz’s play. Time to get booking!
“A great piece of theatre”, “really moving, very thought-provoking” – check out what audiences think of Graeae’s touring production of drama One Under, and what critics have said, then book your tickets for its London runs at the Arcola Theatre.
“No-one wants to be dumped at Christmas!” Watch playwright and performer Natasha Santos talking to London Live about the personal experiences that inspired her comedy Getting Over Everest and adding festive fun to the emotional mix. Book your tickets now!
As she prepares to bring two plays, The Delights of Dogs and The Problems of People and Lullabies for the Lost, to the Old Red Lion Theatre, Rosalind Blessed tells us about the personal experiences that inspired them and why dogs are so important to her. Read the interview, then book those tickets.
New play For the Sake of Argument tests the old saying that the pen is mightier than the sword with its tale of a journalist at the time of the Iraq war that runs at the Bridewell Theatre early next year. Book your tickets now!
How does a solo performer bring all the characters in Charles Dickens’ festive classic to life for A (One-Man) Christmas Carol? Some of the answer lay in the production images below. Take a look, then book your tickets!
As they prepare to bring Winsome Pinnock’s tale of a death and uncovering the story behind it to the Arcola Theatre next week, delve into the world of Graeae’s One Under with production images and a trailer. Time to book your tickets.