Theatre World of London

theatre LondonWhen you are in England you just MUST see one of the most famous London musicals or performances that go on in various London theatres and playhouses. London has a lot to offer. It can satisfy any taste. You will be able to find fairy tale play for the kids or a fascinating, modern or classic musical or show for yourself, whichever you prefer.

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Plays, Musicals and Shows

= Popular choice

The 39 Steps Present until 23rd October 2010

London Theatre The 39 steps The plot of this play is based on the story of protagonist Richard Hannay, who is wrongly accused of murder and has to flee from England to Scotland. But everything is not so simple... He has a notebook with some important codes in it, which will bring him in even bigger troubles than investigation. Followed by the police and gangsters Richard will try to find the way out. But is there one?

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An inspector calls Present until 14th November 2009

London theatre An Inspector Calls First reason why you must see this London theatre play is that it is a fascinating and original drama about the society and morality. Secondly,the play was directed by spectacular Oscar nominated Stephen Daldry (the Director of the 'Reader'). And third reason is that this London theatre play won 19 international awards. Aren't you interested already why is it so famous?

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Avenue Q Present until 26th September 2009

London theatre Avenue Q This is a funny London musical where the leading roles are performed by puppets and monsters. Do not book the tickets for your kids! The adults are much more likely to enjoy the musical themselves without having to cover eyes and ears of their children! It is a story of life slightly daring in some of its concepts and ideas, such as homosexuality, racism and pornography.

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Billy Elliot Popular choice - Present until 19th December 2009

London theatre Billy Elliot This London musical is a lovely mixture of ballet performance, music of Elton John and a story rich with adventure, passion and dreams of the youth. The family situation of 11 years old boy Billy Elliot is very complicated. His family members can not live for a second without shouting at each other and Billy is left to his dreams and thoughts. His secret passion is ballet! Find out where the dreams will lead the boy.

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Calendar Girls Present until 19th September 2009

London theatre Calender girls It is an amazing London play based on a real life story of a successful fund-raising campaign for Luekemia Research. For fund raising Annie Clark comes with the idea of making a calendar of a nude women doing their everyday tasks. When the calendar is completed the local Women institute refuses to sanction the calendar. Funny and a bit nude story of the society and its heroes.

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Chicago Present until 27th March 2010

London theatre Chicago Sexy and fascinating musical, after 80 years on stage Chicago remains one of the best in musical theatre history. The London musical is based on the true facts of life of two young ladies accused of murder. The show is rich with music and wonderful dance from the original choreography by Bob Fosse. It is a funny, sad and sexy story of the crime with amazing dance performances.

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Dirty Dancing Present until 17th October 2009

London theatre Dirty Dancing This tale is set in the summer of 1963, where the young Baby and her family were having a summer vacation. Baby is a well mannered and educated girl who has plans and dreams for her future, but maybe not yet passion and love. Immortal story, suitable for all generations, will carry you away with the sounds of fascinating music and professional dancing.

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Dreamboats and Petticoats 14th September until 31st October 2009

London theatre Dreamboats and Petticoats The show features some of the best rock 'n' roll hits from one of the best selling albums of all times Dreamboats and Petticoats. Two talented youngsters Bobby and Norman vigorously compete in a national song writing competition to win the hearts of their adoring female fans Laura and Sue. Laura is the 16-year-old seeking affection and a musical career, and Sue is the femme fatale, who uses her charms to get what she wants. Beautiful performance of all the actors and catchy music will not leave you disappointed with what you will see.

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Grease Present until 31th October 2009

London theatre Grease This London musical tells a story of young people and their fun and full of the events and love problems lives. Sandy and Dany met on the see shore and felt in Love, however after that they had to brake up an leave seaside paradise. Now they meet again, but Danny does not seem to be the same. He is not romantic and nice as he used to be - a leader of the school "gang" needs to keep up to his reputation. Catchy story of Love and Joy, full of dancing and music, with some of the songs being the world wide known hits!

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Hairspray Present until 24th October 2009

London theatre hairspray This London musical is quite new, but is already very famous! It is finally coming to London of Shaftesbury Theatre from its successful world tour. The story of Hairspray is set in Baltimore, Maryland in June 1962 and it tells about adventures and the dreams of the young teenager Tracy. Her only dream is to dance in the famous local TV program.

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Jersey Boys Present until 24th October 2009

London theatre Jesrsey boys The London musical 'Jersey Boys' is a story based on the lives of the famous Italian-American quartet - Four Season. It follows the typical and classic American dream; four lives upset by betrayal, suffering and strength of friendship that against the big and cruel show business world. A great performance that can’t disappoint; really good production, professional cast with lovely voices and superb reproduction of the sixties culture and lifestyle.

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Legally Blonde 5th December 2009 until 23rd May 2010

London theatre Legally Blonde This thrilling award-winning London musical is based on the novel by Amanda Brown and hit movie of the same title. The main character is a gorgeous blonde Elle Woods, who expects a marriage proposal from her boyfriend instead she is being dumped as not the best and the brightest option for the wife of future lawyer. To prove the whole world being wrong and to ruin stereotypes she gets in to the prestigious law school.

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Les Misérables Present until 27th February 2010

London Theatre Les Misérables The original production of this stunning musical was set in France, based on the famous Victor Hugo's novel. The action takes place in the time of French revolution. The main character -Jean Valjean - is released from prison and is given a second chance in his life. This is a fascinating story of life, friendship, freedom and change. The show is famous for its music, songs and orchestra.

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The Lion King Popular choice - Present until 4th October 2009

London theatre Lion King This is a fantastic London musical theatre show full of colour and exhilarating costumes. The musical is directed by Julie Taymor and choreographed by Garth Fagan with music by Elton John and lyrics by Tim Rice. All your favourite characters from the animated film Lion King will come to life singing and dancing in this play. The show is suitable for the kids as well as for adults.

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Mamma Mia Present until 27th March 2010

Mamma Mia musical One of the most famous musicals of all times Mamma Mia is a perfect London show to see. Sing along Abba hits and enjoy the fantastic performance. One of the main characters of the musical- Sophie, is going to marry Sky, but there is one problem – she has no father to walk her down the aisle. Therefore Sophie invites the three men she suspects could be her father. Can you imagine the surprise of Sophie's mother, when they all turn up in Greece?

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Oliver! 29th September 2009 until 11th February 2011

London theatre Oliver! This fantastic London musical was adopted from the novel by Charles Dickens' novel - Oliver Twist. The story line takes you to the Orphanage house in London where the young Oliver Twist leaves. Fed up with hi poor life he decides to escape to London, industrial capital of England. Many troubles and adventures await him on his life road. Find out where this journey will lead the young Oliver!

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Othello Present until 12th December 2009

London theatre Othello This tragedy is another famous William Shakespeare's masterpiece. The play went through centuries took many different forms and finally you can see it in London. The drama starts with Othello secretly marrying beautiful daughter of a Venetian senator Brabantio, Desdemona. Rodrigo who previously asked for the hand of Desdemona being jealous decides to ruin Othelo. But a fascinating story here only begins and there is many unexpected turns ahead...

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The Phantom of the Opera Popular choice - Present until 27th February 2010

London theatre The Phantom of the Opera Based on the gothic novel by Gaston Leroux and made into a musical by legendary musical writer Andrew Lloyd Webber (Evita, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar). The musical is a true masterpiece and will satisfy any taste. This is a story about love and passion filled with mystery and mystic. The brilliantly performed songs and acting will not leave you disappointed.

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Priscilla: Queen of the desert Present until 26th September 2009

London theatre Priscilla: Queen of the desert The London musical tells the story of three drag queens from Sydney, who have accepted a show in Alice Springs. Three main characters go for a road trip to the rough outback of Australia, on the bus called Priscilla. This is a story of fascinating journey, friends and love.

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Shall we Dance? 23th July 2009 until 30th August 2009

London theatre Shall we Dance This is a theatrical dance remake of the Adam's Cooper original performance 'Shall we Dance?'. This is a story of a young man looking for love. The play is filled with different dance styles: from New York jazz to Russian folk dancing and is a truly spectacular performance.

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Sister Act Present until 12th February 2010

London theatre sister act Inspiration for the musical was a 1990's Whoopi Goldberg hit movie, she played Deloris Van Cartier - a disco diva. Deloris Van Cartier became a witness to a murder and has to hide her identity going to one of the convents. It is a hilarious comedy with good music and songs, suitable for all generations.

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Spring awakening Present until 31th October 2009

London theatre Spring awakening This London musical became very successful work directed by Michael Mayer. It has been a huge hit on the Broadway! The musical won one Academy Award and 8 Tony awards! So it is worth seeing! The story of the play comprises love, sex and rivalry between youngsters. And it is also a West End debut for some of the young actors.

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Stomp Present until 18th October 2009

London theatre Stomp 'Stomp' was firstly performed in 1991 in Brighton, by artists Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, who had a vision of a percussion show that could be accessible to all. In their show they used improvised instruments and made a fascinating music. Performers use everyday objects like dustbins, brooms and saucepans in an improvised manner to create unique music. The London show is never the same it changes with the amazing improvisation of artists.

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Thriller Live Present until 27th September 2009

London theatre Thriller Live This is a spectacular show and is a tribute to one of the greatest singers in the world - Michael Jackson. In his lifetime, Michael Jackson sold over 750 million records and had 13 number one singles which is more than impressing. The performance is full of famous Jackson hits and dancing. Enjoy the show dedicated of the World Most Famous Pop King!

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War Horse Present until 26th September 2009

London theatre War Horse This is a story of true friendship and loyalty. The young boy Albert gets a horse from his father and soon develops a friendship with the cleaver animal. But the World War I begins and the father hit by unfortunates sells the horse to the cavalry. The boy can not bare a thought of his friend going to war along and decides to join the army. Albert ends up in no man's land still looking for his horse... Will they ever meet again?

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We will Rock you! Present until 3rd October 2009

London Theatre We will rock you! This London musical brings alive the sounds of Queen's songs. The story takes place 300 years away from today where the earth is called Planet Mall and is run by the Globasoft corporation, which banned all singing and musical instruments. A group of rebels attempt to discover the lost music. Many adventures and dangers await for them on their journey, but if they succeed they will bring back the life sounds of joy and happiness.

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Wicked Popular choice - Present until 26th September 2009

London theatre Wicked Do you want to see some alternative to the story of Wizard of Oz? Than you should enjoy this fascinating performance! However, do not harry up to get the tickets for your kids as well, some of the scenes are quite scary. The London musical tells a story of Elpheba who will become the wicked which of the west. She is opposed by the good which from the North Glinda. Wicked is based on a best-selling novel. The story really moves all the audience members, even the toughest hearts in the audience.

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The Woman in Black Present until 30th January 2010

London theatre The woman in Black The musical is based on the horror novel so those of you who have week nerves should refrain from watching it. During the funeral of the women, Young Lawyer Arthur Kipps notices a woman dressed in black with a very pale face. He starts hearing disturbing noises and this results in him being haunted for the rest of his life. Who is the women in black? Where does her secret lie? and how can he come back to his normal life now?

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