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Producers of the West End production of Hamilton have revealed new casting for the show, taking to the stage at the Victoria Palace Theatre for the first time this summer.
Peter Andre and co shine in the Dominion Theatre’s latest revival of Grease. Expect iconic songs, terrific dance routines and that feel-good feeling.
We all know that classic songs tell the emotional story of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, but it’s this touring production which really strikes a chord with audiences.
New photographs of the West End’s & Juliet cast have been released, featuring colourful sets, flamboyant costumes and shots of The Greatest Showman movie star. Take a look for yourself…
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Cinderella, the musical from Andrew Lloyd Webber is to cut its West End run short with its last performance at the Gillian Lynne Theatre on 12th June.
Ben Joyce made his West End debut in the role of Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys. Here he tells us how it’s going, what it’s like to be in The Four Seasons and his unusual pre-show ritual.
A new production of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - The Musical is embarking on a UK and Ireland tour from February 2023 with a host of venues already confirmed.
Mamma Mia! has marked its 23rd year in the West End by announcing a booking extension, taking the show up to Sunday 5th March 2023 at the Novello Theatre.Read more
Television and musical theatre star Sandra Marvin has been confirmed for the role of Deloris Van Cartier of Sister Act The Musical in the upcoming UK and Ireland tour, alongside Lesley Joseph as Mother Superior.Read more
Rock of Ages producers have revealed full casting and new dates for the UK and Ireland tour, including the return of Coronation Street star Kevin Kennedy in the role of Dennis Dupree.
GLT went along to the press night of Wicked to welcome in the all-new cast, including Gary Wilmot as The Wizard and Lucie Jones as Elphaba.
Producers Michael Harrison and David Ian have announced that The Drifters Girl has extended its run at Garrick Theatre in London, telling the story of the woman behind one of the most successful vocal groups in history.
The world’s longest running play, The Mousetrap, will take to the road later this year on an extensive UK and Ireland tour to mark the 70th anniversary of Agatha Christie’s iconic thriller.
Roger Bart, who appears as the hilarious Doc Brown in Back to the Future the Musical, tells us more about his take on the role, memories of when the original film was released and some of the huge stars he’s worked with so far.
Peter Andre will make his West End debut in the role of Vince Fontaine at certain performances in a new production of Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey’s legendary musical Grease.
Packed with a string of number-one hits, smooth harmonies and deft dance moves, this Jersey Boys production will take you back to the 60s with its epic story of heartbreak and fame.
Harry Rogers chatted to West End superstar Carrie Hope Fletcher about her role as Cinderella in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest hit, what it’s like to work with the musical genius and her funniest memory on stage.
We went along to Milton Keynes Theatre to see Andrew Lloyd Webber’s award-winning hit School of Rock the Musical and thought we’d share some of the incredible snaps taken from the production.
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The 16-week production of My Fair Lady will run at the London Coliseum, the first major West End revival of the Lerner & Loewe’s musical in 21 years.
Shakespeare’s Globe in London has announced its 2022 summer season which will run from April until October with productions including Much Ado About Nothing and Henry VIII.