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“Strap on your safety goggles boys and girls – due to popular demand, science’s greatest and most volatile live show is back with a vengeance…”
Brainiac Live! is the hit stage show based on the multi-award winning TV program of the same name. This show cuts through More >
Roddy Doyle’s best selling novel, The Commitments has been adapted into a full scale stage musical, and had its world premiere at the Palace Theatre in the Autumn of 2013.
The Commitments is set in Dublin in the 1980’s and is the tale of an band manager, Jimmy More >
SORRY THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT
Following his multi award winning stage shows, Something Wicked This Way Comes (2006) and Svengali (2012), master of illusion Derren Brown is back in London’s West End with his new show, Infamous.
Derren Brown: Infamous is the summer’s biggest and best kept secret More >
The all-singing, all-dancing spectacular Singing in the Rain shows no sign of putting away its umbrellas any time soon, as it extends through Junet 2013. The production first premiered at Chichester Festival Theatre in 2011 before transferring to the West End on 4 February 2012. It has proven to be More >
After receiving a slate of four- and five-star reviews, the smash hit Singing in the Rain has extended its booking period through 23 February 2013.
This new production premiered at the Chichester Festival Theatre last year before opening in the West End at the Palace Theatre on 15 February. It More >
THIS SHOW HAS NOW CLOSED. PLEASE DO NOT BOOK TICKETS!
Directed by Jonathan Church and produced by Stage More >
After a successful run of nearly three years at the Palace Theatre in London, the award-winning Priscilla, Queen of the Desert is set to close on New Year’s Eve. The fun-loving, crazy-costumed show opened in London on 23rd March 2009 to rave reviews and was nominated for the most prestigious More >
THIS SHOW IS NOW CLOSED. YOU CAN NOT BOOK TICKETS.
Priscilla Queen of the Desert opened at the Palace Theatre London in March 2009. Originally seen on stage in Sydney in October 2006, Priscilla was adapted for the stage from the 1994 film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the More >