La Strada

La Strada

La Strada (The Road) is one of the true masterpieces of modern cinema, winning the Academy award in 1957 for the movie starring Anthony Quinn. The story of wide-eyed Gelsomina, who is sold by her penniless mother to Zampano, a travelling sideshow strongman, unfolds as they journey through the Italian countryside performing for their keep... 

Whisper House

Whisper House

Tony Award-winner Duncan Sheik brings his latest musical to the newly rebranded The Other Palace – formerly the St James Theatre for a limited season. Featuring magical illusions, a tale of embracing the unknown and a spellbinding rock score, Whisper House is the recent musical from the multi-award winning Duncan Sheik... 

The Wild Party

The Wild Party

Based on the 1928 Joseph Moncure March narrative poem of the same name and set against a backdrop of Manhattan decadence and 1920’s excess, The Wild Party tells the story of Queenie (played by Tony Award winner Frances Ruffelle) and Burrs, a Vaudeville showgirl and a Vaudeville clown whose relationship is marked by vicious behaviour and recklessness... 

Rent

Rent

Rent was an instant success when it opened on Broadway, winning the Pulitzer Prize for drama, 4 Tony Awards, 6 Drama Desk Awards and 3 Obie Awards in its first year on Broadway. Its writer Jonathan Larson died of an aneurysm after the final dress rehearsal, just days before the show opened, so did not see the success his work became... 

The Last 5 Years

The Last 5 Years

Tony Award-winning Broadway composer Jason Robert Brown will helm a new London production of his acclaimed musical The Last Five Years, starring Samantha Barks and Jonathan Bailey. The Last Five Years is an emotionally powerful and intimate musical telling the story of Jamie and Cathy, two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years... 

The Last Five Years

The Last Five Years

After numerous Off-Broadway and international productions as well as a film adaptation starring Pitch Perfect’s Anna Kendrick, The Last Five Years finally arrives on the West End... 

Waiting for Waiting for Godot

Waiting for Waiting for Godot

The latest hilarious comedy directed by Mark Bell, the critically acclaimed director behind the Olivier-award winning The Play That Goes Wrong and recent hit The Comedy About a Bank Robbery... 

Exposure The Musical

Exposure The Musical

Jumping from ravaged warzones to recording studios and London's VIP clubs, Exposure: The Musical sheds a light on the limelight, dissecting the nature of fame and cost of success in the Faustian pact of celebrity PR... 

The Stripper

The Stripper

The year 1961, the place Pine City, California and some broad is threatening to throw herself off the top of the fanciest hotel in town. There’s trouble brewing and Lieutenant Al Wheeler wants answers... 

Twist of Lemmon

Twist of Lemmon

The acclaimed US actor and composer, Chris Lemmon, presents his autobiographical play, Twist of Lemmon, celebrating the loves, times, trials and tribulations of his father, the Hollywood legend and multiple nominee and Oscar® winner, Jack Lemmon (Some Like It Hot, Missing, The Odd Couple, Save The Tiger, Mister Roberts)... 

Sideways

Sideways

"If anyone orders Merlot, I'm leaving"       Join best friends Miles and Jack on a hilarious journey into the heart of wine country with Sideways. Based on his beloved novel, which inspired the Academy Award and Golden Globe winning film, Rex Pickett's stage adaptation fizzes with comedy and heartfelt emotion, and goes down better than a well-aged Pinot Noir... 

Ooh La La!: Isabelle Georges

Ooh La La!: Isabelle Georges

Fantastique and féline, Parisian cabaret star Isabelle Georges returns with her trademark soaring vocals, theatrical delivery and a stunning five-piece band. She’ll lead you on a passionate journey through the French repertoire and beyond, featuring the music of Brel, Bécaud, Piaf, Aznavour and more... 

My Mother Said I Never Should

My Mother Said I Never Should

 

Forever Plaid

Forever Plaid

Join the boys of Forever Plaid on a humorous ‘heavenly’ journey through some of the greatest close-harmony songs of the 50’s. With one final chance to give the concert they never gave, The Plaids sing nostalgic hits “Rags To Riches”, “Love is a Many Splendored Thing”, “Catch A Falling Star”, “Three Coins In A Fountain” and many more – all in glorious harmony with patter that will keep any audience rolling in the aisles... 

Miss Atomic Bomb

Miss Atomic Bomb

WORLD PREMIERE OF A NEW MUSICAL COMEDY Welcome to Las Vegas in 1952, where every mushroom cloud has a silver lining and fallout is your friend. As the US military proudly tests its atomic bombs within sight of the Vegas strip, tourists are flocking into town to cheer the blasts and see who will be crowned the Miss Atomic Bomb beauty queen... 

The Pianist of Willesden Lane

The Pianist of Willesden Lane

Set in Vienna in 1938 and in London during the Blitz, The Pianist of Willesden Lane tells the true story of Lisa Jura, a young Jewish pianist who is dreaming about her concert debut at Vienna’s storied Musikverein concert hall... 

Around The World In Eighty Days

Around The World In Eighty Days

Pack your bags for a trip around the world in 80 days! The majestic, mysterious and fabulously wealthy Phileas Fogg wagers his life’s fortune that he can circumnavigate the globe in just 80 days... 

Apartment 40C

Apartment 40C

Critically acclaimed new musical ‘Apartment 40C’, written by Ray Rackham (book & lyrics) and Tom Lees (music), arrives at the St. James Studio after a sell-out run at the London Theatre Workshop last year... 

I Need A Doctor: The Whosical

I Need A Doctor: The Whosical

Doctor-loving superfans Jamie and Jess wrote a musical all about their time-travelling hero. But how do you write a ‘Doctor Who’ musical without getting shutdown by the BBC? Suitable for audiences of all ages, I Need A Doctor is a light-hearted look at the show that has thrilled viewers for fifty years... 

Urinetown: The Musical

Urinetown: The Musical

Urinetown is both bleak and brilliant. Set in a future dystopia where water is so precious a commodity that all people have to pay for the ‘privilege to pee’, else be sent away to the mysterious ‘Urinetown’, this is a biting satire that manages to delight and appal in equal measure...