Footlight ‘Singer Showcase’

Footlight ‘Singer Showcase’

The next Footlight Singer Showcase bounds into the New Year with its hit evening of live music returning to Leicester Square Theatre on 30th January. Fronted by West End funny man, Oscar Conlon-Morrey, (Toxic Avenger). 

Nik Rabinowitz

Nik Rabinowitz

Nik Rabinowitz is coming to the UK! After the successful recent run of his one-man show in Cape Town, and turning 40, Nik decided that the best location for his midlife crisis would be London... 

Dead Drunk Detective: Live in the Rotten Flesh

Dead Drunk Detective: Live in the Rotten Flesh

If you like murder mysteries and rapid-fire puns, then you’ll love Dead Drunk Detective: Live in the Rotten Flesh. See the second series of zombie-comedy- noir podcast Dead Drunk Detective be recorded and hear brand new instalments before anyone else... 

Zeal: The Pride Improv Festival hosted by Improvable!

Zeal: The Pride Improv Festival hosted by Improvable!

Our closing night extravaganza features PHIL LUNN IS... A CABARET SINGER with improvised songs and conversation inspired by the audience, IMPROVABLE with fast, funny games, Bristol-based THE DELIGHT COLLECTIVE and NERD SALAD! www... 

Thirty Three

Thirty Three

Saska (Corinne Furlong) decides to hold what which she hopes will be a cosy dinner party for a select group of her closest friends. It goes wrong from the outset with the unexpected arrival of her estranged brother, Josh (Doug Hansell)... 

This Was A Man by Noël Coward

This Was A Man by Noël Coward

In a world of adultery and vanity can a lazy idealist be forced to confront what he really feels? Banned in 1926 the play appears in the west end for the first time. 

Pam Ann: Touch Trolley Run To Galley 20th Anniversary Tour

Pam Ann: Touch Trolley Run To Galley 20th Anniversary Tour

The A-List queen of the skies, Pam Ann plans to land the Louboutin’s on international turf and hit the tarmac running, with her celebratory 20th anniversary UK tour. 

Shit-faced Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing

Shit-faced Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing

Shit-faced Shakespeare is the Fringe favourite combination of high theatre and falling-down drunkenness. Six actors play a reduced version of a Shakespeare play (in this case, romantic comedy Much Ado About Nothing)... 

Geoff Norcott: Conswervative

Geoff Norcott: Conswervative

A trade unionist’s son who grew up on a council estate, Geoff Norcott is wondering how the hell he ended up leaning to the right. However, in the last 12 months, defending his light blue sympathies has become the least of Geoff’s problems... 

The Adventures of Dick!

The Adventures of Dick!

When it comes to smutty seasonal fun, Stuart Saint and his team of cohorts are the authority.There may be no shortage of Christmas shows for the over 18's of late, but the crew over at Leicester Square Theatre are the ones raising the bar... 

Teardrops & Tiaras - A Celebration of the World's Greatest Musical Divas

Teardrops & Tiaras - A Celebration of the World's Greatest Musical Divas

LondonTheatre1 says ★★★★★ "Appropriately camp and stagey, but warm and good-humoured, I would happily sit through all of it again. Including the powerhouse vocals (that were equally as capable of poignancy" Imagine an evening of songs made famous by all of your favourite divas... 

Fast Fringe

Fast Fringe

A mammoth showcase of 28 comedy and variety acts, all performing three-minute extracts of their shows heading to the Edinburgh Fringe. It's a ridiculously fast-paced spectacular hosted by Arthur Smith... 

Stig of The Dump

Stig of The Dump

A new production of this classic book combining puppetry, live music and physical theatre. The UK Tour is coming to The Leicester Square Theatre on the 4th & 5th June. Directed by Olivier Award Winner Luke Sheppard (In The Heights, Matilda). 

Jeepers Creepers

Jeepers Creepers

Marty Feldman's style of comedy - and indeed his story - is of a very specific time in the annals of British entertainment. With elements of slapstick, surrealism, buffoonery and double entendre - along with a wonky eye that did more to harm his ego than his success or memorability - his work and his life aren't that dissimilar to his peers that we call great comedy masters today: such as Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Peter Cook and, of course, The Monty Python team... 

Margaret Cho: The Psycho Tour

Margaret Cho: The Psycho Tour

At the end of her show Margaret Cho pulls onstage a pianist and a guitar player and sings: “I wanna kill my rapist.”Her voice is sweet and strong, her face child-like and you know this is true and this is raw... 

Dick!

Dick!

Jim Davidson may be credited with inventing the adult panto (as early as 1999 with Boobs in the Wood), but perhaps we can now give Stuart Saint the accolade of perfecting it. Since Dick! – Saint’s fourth writing/directing Christmas stint at Leicester Square Theatre – takes all the glorious smut that has come before, gives it a right good polish and rams home a filth-fest of pure titillation... 

Sheila Simmonds - Christmas Cracker 2015

Sheila Simmonds - Christmas Cracker 2015

Looking for something a bit different this year to help get you into the Christmas Spirit? Then dust off your sparkly baubles and join the darling of Woolloomooloo & West End Wilma award nominee for a shimmering night of Christmas festivities like you’ve never witnessed before... 

Tom Holmes: Die Doing What You Love

Tom Holmes: Die Doing What You Love

Die Doing What You Love is the first (and last) solo show from comedian Tom Holmes. After 4 years of relative success on the London circuit, Tom is finally admitting that he hates the comedy he's always done and wants to die doing something he loves 

Buttery Brown Monk at the Leicester Square Theatre

Buttery Brown Monk at the Leicester Square Theatre

Buttery Brown Monk are a dynamic trio that deliver old-school, sketch extravagance. Featuring imaginative and expertly observed sketches, songs and characters. Buttery Brown Monk are Sam Buttery, Ryan J... 

Molly Wobbly

Molly Wobbly

Bulging with big laughs, crammed with catchy songs, and chock-full of cheeky characters, outrageous musical comedy Molly Wobbly tells the saucy, sexy story of Margaret, Ruth and Jemma - three Little Happening shopkeepers who plot to get a few things off their chests... 

Ennio Marchetto: The Living Paper Cartoon

Ennio Marchetto: The Living Paper Cartoon

Ennio's wildly entertaining show features a whirlwind of superb paper costumes and split second transformations, a sizzling soundtrack, and wicked celebrity send-ups. With razor sharp mimicry he enchants all ages by morphing into parodies of over 60 celebrities including Lady Gaga, Lily Allen, President Obama, Boy George, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Freddie Mercury, Miley Cyrus, Kate Bush, Beyoncé and Marilyn Monroe. 

The Music Hall Menajerie

The Music Hall Menajerie

Join the gang as they sweep you down to the grand old days of London, packed full of extreme patriotism and purpose, The Music Hall Menagerie promises singing, dancing, comic capers, a ukulele or two and little sparkling nuggets of nostalgia. 

Bugle Boy - The Life Story of Glenn Miller

Bugle Boy - The Life Story of Glenn Miller

Leicester Square Theatre: 30th Jun 7pm. 

De Profundis

De Profundis

This musical represents a massive achievement in many senses. The concept is strong, and the composition is elegant. The solo performer is heroic and the staging is astonishing for such a venue... 

Jo Burke: Burke Shire

Jo Burke: Burke Shire

Jo’s Burke Shire is inhabited by a series of dysfunctional misfits: all very well-acted but sometimes lacking in good jokes. She sets the scene with her main character – Mary Magdalene, the alcoholhic, man-hungry mayor of Burke Shire – who introduces us to this radioactive, crime-ridden land, before other members of the town come forward...