14 Nov – Critics Choice: Top 10 West End Plays

Critics Choice

What Play should you see first in London’s West End? We have compiled this list to save you the trouble of working it out! It’s just our view – and everyone has one – based on our Reviewers’ thoughts. We will update the list regularly so new productions get on your radar and when original casts change that is factored in. Plays which have been running for more than three years are not included – this is a list for new or relatively new productions running in the West End. So go see them! We’d like to know your thoughts. To vote for your favourite West End play and musical CLICK HERE 1. Our Town – We know that technically the Almeida isn’t in the West End, but this is just too good to miss! ✭✭✭✭✭ 2. King Charles III ✭✭✭✭✭ 3. John ✭✭✭✭✭ 4. Electra ✭✭✭✭✭ 5. Shakespeare in … Read more

Great Savings On West End Theatre

Urinetown The Musical at the Apollo Theatre

There are some great savings to be had when booking theatre tickets this week in London’s West End. Just click on the name of the show then go to Buy Tickets to take advantage of the savings. URINETOWN – SAVE 50% Urinetown is one of the great new shows that has just opened in the West End with one of the most amazing casts that are ever likely to see. Don’t miss out on this great offer which sees top prices seats reduced to £29.99 (50% savings) EAST IS EAST – Top Price Tickets for £43.50 East Is East marks Jane Horrocks’ return to the West End as part of the Trafalgar Transformed season. If you enjoyed the film you’ll love the stage play. FORBIDDEN BROADWAY – Save up to 44% off tickets No show or theatre star is left unscathed as this merry quartet rip into musicals and the … Read more

REVIEW: East Is East, Trafalgar Studios ✭✭✭✭

Jane Horrocks in East is East

East is East isn’t the searing feast of theatricality you might expect from Lloyd, but the hallmarks and flourishes of his Trafalgar Transformed season are plentiful. The worn, retro couches on set – contaminated by years of family life – inhabit the Khan home like relics, and designer Richard Howell’s lighting subtly divides the cramped and chaotic home allowing for intimate conversations to be drawn into focus.

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