Longest Running West End Shows

Les Miserables Longest Rinning West End Shows

Many of the longest-running West End shows are still playing here in London. Book your seats through BritishTheatre.com to enjoy these crowd-pleasing shows that show no sign of closing after years of entertaining audiences. Les Miserables – Queens Theatre Currently the world’s longest running musical and the longest running musical in the West End Les Miserables continues to wow sell-out houses at the Queens Theatre in Shaftesbury Ave. Written by Alain Boublil, Claude-Michel Schoenberg and Herbert Kretzmer, Les Miserables is produced by Cameron Mackintosh. BOOK NOW FOR LES MISERABLES The Phantom Of The Opera – Her Majesty’s Theatre Andrew Lloyd Webber’s grand romantic musical based on Gaston Leroux’s novel continues to set hearts a flutter. Harold Prince’s acclaimed production and Maria Bjornson’s incredible sets and costumes are something to behold. BOOK NOW FOR PHANTOM OF THE OPERA The Mousetrap – St Martin’s Theatre Before the current production of Harry Potter … Read more

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

REVIEW:The Play That Goes Wrong, Duchess Theatre ✭✭✭✭

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The Play That Goes Wrong is a highly entertaining show, with a fine new cast of actors and a artfully catastrophic set. Given this, and the British public’s acute awareness of personal embarrassment, coupled with the uniquely comic and cathartic potential of witnessing it in others, the play is destined to be a long-runner in the West End.

2015 Olivier Award Winners

Dame Angela Lansbury wins her first ever Olivier Award for Blithe Spirit at the 2015 Olivier Awards

The 2015 Olivier Awards were held tonight at the Royal Opera House in London. Hosted by Lenny Henry, the evening was dominated by The Young Vic and Sunny Afternoon. The Young Vic’s production of A View From The Bridge won for Best Revival, Best Actor and Best Director whilst Sunny Afternoon won for Best New Musical, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Outstanding Achievement in Music. Dame Angela Lansbury received her first ever Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress. The Play That Goes Wrong won Mischief Theatre the award for Best Comedy. Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, Memphis and City Of Angels won two awards each. The evening concluded with a heartfelt rendition of Bridge Over Troubled Water by Kevin Spacey and Beverley Knight. Spacey has just been awarded the special Olivier Award for his work over the last decade at the Old Vic. A very special night indeed. … Read more

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