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Best Theatre Shows Currently On

By Edited Dec 31, 2013 0 0

Dreamboats and Petticoats

Take a trip down memory lane as you’re transported back to your youth – the swinging sixties. Set in Essex, you’ll be reminded of the wonderful fashion and music at the time. There are over 40 hits from the decade such as Elvis’ Great Pretender. Despite the plethora of music, there’s still time to fit in a love story.

Jersey Boys

Jersey Boys tells the tale of the successful pop group Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. The internationally acclaimed show not only focuses on their hits, but the story of how four blue collared kids rose through the charts and had America at its knees; all before they were thirty! You may not know they performed great songs like Beggin’, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Oh What A Night and Big Girls Don’t Cry.

Midnight Tango

Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace have wowed the nation on Strictly Come Dancing and they’re now bringing their sultry moves to you live on stage; and they’ve brought their friends with them too. Ten of the best Tango dancers in the world and the delightful tango band Tango Siempre, this show is sure to get you up on your feet.

The Sunshine Boys

Danny DeVito and Richard Griffiths star in the hilarious The Sunshine Boys. Having not spoken in years, the comedy duo receives a call from CBS about reuniting for a television special. But they haven’t forgotten why they fell out as they attempt one more show. Can they put old grudges behind them?

The Lion King

Whether you’re five or one hundred and five, The Lion King will make you laugh and cry in equal measure. With so many wonderful colours, it’s hard not to get caught up and think you’re in the Serengeti itself. Follow Simba’s journey as King. The heart-warming tale is beautifully adapted to the live stage that will leave a tingly sensation in everyone.

We Will Rock You

Although it’s getting the big screen treatment, seeing it live doesn’t compare. Not only does it have the epic hits from Queen, it has a story line to match. Some musicals use music to cover up a bad plot, this isn’t one of them. Written by Ben Elton, kids are no longer allowed to play their own instruments. But a movement are out to save rock. Can they?



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