Royal Opera House
Tchaikovsky's immortal Swan Lake is gliding into the Royal Opera House starting 3 February and playing until 27 February. This play, which was first performed in 1877, follows the doomed love of Odette and Prince Siegfried. This production is based on the 1895 revival score by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov and is complemented by the set design of Yolanda Sonnabend, whose work recalls the baroque grandeur of tsarist Russia... Read More
A Moon for the Misbegotten
Old Vic Theatre
Director Howard Davies is reunited with Eve Best and Kevin Spacey for Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten, having separately worked with both actors on two other award-winning productions of O'Neill classics, Mourning Becomes Electra at the National Theatre with Best, and The Iceman Cometh at the Almeida, The Old Vic and on Broadway with Spacey... Read More
Billy Elliot: The Musical
Victoria Palace Theatre
Set in the North East, Billy Elliot is a funny, heart-warming and feel-good celebration of one young boy's dream. The original story captured the hearts of people around the world when the movie was released in October 2000... Read More
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Monty Python's Spamalot
Opens: Monday 16th October 2006
Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, SPAMALOT is the new musical directed by Oscar Winning Mike Nichols, with a book by the third tallest Python, Eric Idle, and an almost but not entirely new score by Eric Idle (no relation) and John du Prez... Read More
Pirates of Penzance
New Wimbledon Theatre
Opens: Monday 16th October 2006
Following on from highly acclaimed productions of The Merry Widow and The Mikado, the Carl Rosa Company return to the New Wimbledon Theatre with the Gilbert & Sullivan favourite, The Pirates of Penzance...Read More
Closes: Monday 16th October 2006
Showing at Kings Head Opening night: 27 September, 2006. Closing date: 15 October, 2006. A series of eight monologues by Benedick West.
Les Miserables is a musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s great humanitarian novel of one man’s determined survival in the face of another’s vengeful persecution.
Set amid the social and political struggles of 19th century France. The dramatic score includes numbers such as “On My Own”, “One More Day” and “Do You Hear The People Sing”... More Info
Astor Court Hotel (3*)
A friendly and welcoming hotel located just 5 minutes away form Oxford Stree. You will be well situated for tourism and shopping. Popular tourist destinations close to Astor Court Hotel include Covent Garden, London Zoo and Bond Street. Housed in a converted Victorian Building, Astor Court Hotel provides high standards of hospitality at reasonable prices.
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