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Musicals

The triple-threat of music, dance and drama and another staple of the London theatre scene. There are plenty of musicals on the West End, but it’s the Off West End where you’ll find the new stuff, so don’t be afraid to jump in!

I’m Getting My Act Together & Taking It On The Road, Jermyn Street Theatre – Review

Credit: Richard Lakos

Pros: Brilliant sound quality and excellent execution. I’d definitely watch this show again. Cons: In the intimacy of a 70-seat studio theatre, I was easily distracted by the obnoxious behaviour of a fellow spectator. Almost every night since 1994, the Jermyn Street Theatre has been welcoming around 70 people into an intimate space once used as a changing room by the staff of an adjacent restaurant. Listed on Google as a ‘tiny fringe theatre for plays & musicals’, this venue ...

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The Romford Rose, Queens Theatre Hornchurch – Review

Credit: Everything Theatre

Pros: A new fusion of British and Western unlike anything currently showing, with a strong multitalented band Cons: The plot is erratic and overdramatic with few props and little set to aid it. Some of the jokes are distasteful Queens Theatre, Hornchurch boasts a beautiful auditorium and a large, spacious stage. With a light-bulb lined border and giant, floating Dolly Parton head, it sure looks the part for a country musical. Unfortunately the band takes up most of the stage, leaving ...

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