The Play That Goes Wrong Enters Third Catastrophic Year

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The Play That Goes Wrong, the Olivier award-winning play that has audiences flocking every day to the Duchess Theatre in London with morbid fascination have announced that much to the horror of Nica Burns at Nimax Theatres the show will extend into its third year with bookings now open until 25 February 2018. Cornley are now working with Mischief Theatre to bring this unique production to even more people. Audiences worldwide are now watching in horror as the members of the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society desperately try to recruit more people to their amdram group to cope with demand for their play little realising the cause for the laughter they are receiving. Mischief Theatre founder and writer Henry Lewis said, ‘We are baffled that audiences continue to visit the ever failing Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society at the Duchess Theatre in the West End. We really hoped to cut costs this … Read more

Take Your Mum To The Theatre This Mother’s Day

Take your mum out to see some theatre on Mother's day

The 23rd March is Mother’s Day and we’d like to suggest some great shows that your Mum might enjoy this Mother’s Day. With some of our London choices you can even add a meal to your tickets. Here’s our list of shows your mum might enjoy:- The Girls – Phoenix Theatre, London Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s musical adaptation of the film Calendar Girls has been wowing audiences and critics alike. This wonderful musical is one for all ages and is highly recommended. Read Our Review. TAKE YOUR MUM TO THE GIRLS Half A Sixpence – Noel Coward Theatre The hit musical that starred Tommy Steele has been updated and now stars critically acclaimed newcomer Charlie Stemp. The rags to riches tale of an ordinary guy who just wants a simple life is sure to Flash, Bang, Wallop it’s way to your heart. Read our review. TAKE YOUR MUM TO … Read more

One Man, One Pint, One Epic Story – Undermined at Wilton’s

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Danny Mellor is to bring his one-man show Undermined to the Wilton’s Music Hall in March 2017. One man, one chair and one pint are all that is needed for this show which is based on true stories and actual events from the 1984 miner’s strike. Undermined vividly evokes 1984, a year when communities came together and friendships strengthened in the face of adversity. This powerful and deeply human story brings together the personal and the political, against the ever-present backdrop of the strike. Undermined comes to Wilton’s Music Hall from 21 – 25 March 2017 following an acclaimed season at the Edinburgh Festival and is directed by Ben Butcher. BOOK TICKETS TO UNDERMINED