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Show of the Month

Each month we bring you a great show with a special discount valid all month.

Evita - Show of the month

Evita Save 42% on Evita – Grab the best seats in the house for just £38.50!

Our Show of the Month for October is Evita, and it's playing at a very special theatre, the refurbished Dominion, legendary venue of We Will Rock You for the past 12 years.

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Billy Elliot - Show of the Month

Billy Elliot the Musical Billy Elliot the Musical is on its way to becoming a national treasure, but where did it all start?

Lee Hall’s screenplay for Billy Elliot, the moving British drama about a motherless boy named Billy who swaps his boxing gloves for a pair of ballet shoes, was a very unlikely candidate for an all-singing all-dancing musical adaptation. However, back in 2005 the leap of faith was made and thus was Billy Elliot the Musical born into existence. Now well into its tenth year at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London, the musical has proved to be one of the most popular musicals in the history of the West End and the demand for tickets only seems to increase with the years!

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Will Made in Dagenham break the curse?

Made in Dagenham Made in Dagenham is due to open its doors to the public very soon, but new musicals seem cursed on the West End. Can this one buck the trend?

New musicals have had their fair share of bad luck over the past few years with a spate of baffling closures. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s swinging sixties’ musical Stephen Ward lasted just four months on London’s West End; this was only slightly bettered by Sir Tim Rice’s From Here To Eternity, which closed after a mere six months.

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Let It Be - Show of The Month

Let It Be Let it Be returns to the West End for the third time, but what is it about this exhilarating theatrical concert that makes it such a runaway hit?

On 9 July 2014, the smash-hit Beatles jukebox musical Let it Be returns to London’s West End for a very limited 11-week run at the Garrick Theatre. The show premiered at the Prince of Wales Theatre back in September 2012 and then went on to the Savoy Theatre is January 2013, but what is it that keeps audiences returning again and again? Is it the legendary songs by The Beatles? Is it the rock ’n’ roll concert atmosphere? Or is it the promise of the chance to relive your youth of the 60s, and 70s?

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Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense - Show of The Month

Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense continues to delight audiences at the Duke of York’s Theatre

The West End has recently seen spate of so-called ‘flops’ such as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical take on the Profumo affair, Steven Ward, and Tim Rice’s epic musical adaptation of From Here To Eternity. While they have been labeled flops because they ran for under six months, it is worth noting that most plays in the subsidised sector run for between four and six weeks. However, there is always the rare exception that bucks the trend and Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense has managed to do just that.

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