West Side Story - Sadler's Wells Theatre
With groundbreaking choreography by the legendary Jerome Robbins, book by Arthur Laurents, an unforgettable score by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim,West Side Story changed the face of musical theatre for ever... Read More
Cirque du Soleil, Delirium - The O2 Arena
Critically acclaimed entertainment group Cirque Du Soleil have teamed up with Live Nation, to stage Delirium, a groundbreaking arena production using holograms, virtual reality, multi-media sound and imaging to create a magical world... Read More
NEW! Special Offers – Tickets from half price
Regardless of the show or seat choice, going to the theatre for most is an expensive and occasional treat. With that in mind we've done a serious bit of hustling and come away with a series of big discounts on a wide variety of London's West End shows.
Sound of Music: UKP55 tickets for UKP37.50
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Monty Python's Spamalot - Palace Theatre
Alan Dale, best known on television for playing Publishing mogul Bradford Meade in Ugly Betty, will join the London cast of Monty Python’s SPAMALOT at the Palace Theatre from 3rd March 2008 to play King Arthur, following in the footsteps of Tim Curry, Simon Russell Beale and Peter Davison... Read More
Top Theatre Sellers:
(31/01/08 - 27/02/08)
1. Phantom of the Opera
2. Disney's The Lion King
3. The Importance of Being Earnest
4. Absurd Person Singular
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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
The RPO has been celebrating its 60th anniversary in this 2006-2007 season. Those 60 years have seen the orchestra play across the world, and even have their talents enlisted to play with bands like Queen and Pink Floyd. Upcoming performances include an evening of Debussy and Ravel and songs from hit Broadway shows... Read More
Top Classical Sellers:
(31/01/08 - 27/02/08)
1. West Side Story
2. Carlos Acosta
3. The Mikado
4. Madam Butterfly
5. Sylvie Guillem and PUSH
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Eugene Onegin - Royal Opera House
Opening: 8 March 2008
Eugene Onegin is unimpressed with naive Tatyana when they first meet, and her impetuous letter of love to him prompts a cruelly dismissive response. But the tables are turned when they meet again after she has become the sophisticated and beautiful wife of Prince Gremin... Read More
The Mikado - The Coliseum
Closing: 4 March 2008
In the town of Titipu, local government has fallen into the hands of two dubious characters: Ko-Ko, in charge of public executions; and Pooh-Bah, who has a finger in every pie. A young man arrives who, unknown to most, is Nanki-Poo, son of the Mikado... Read More
Madam Butterfly - The Coliseum
Closing: 7 March 2008
An American naval officer (Pinkerton) 'acquires' a 15 year old Geisha wife during a stay in Japan - but has no intention of staying with her. After a while he returns to the USA and marries his fiancee... Read More
NEW! Dinner and Show – Discount packages
LondonNet has just launched a new service bringing together top shows and leading restaurants in the West End. The dinner and show packages offer great value and a truly memorable night out...
Spamalot: Dinner and Show from UKP 19.95 per person
Cabaret: Dinner and Show from UKP 25.00 per person
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Theatre Weekends Ticket + Hotel Deal
This exclusive Theatre Weekends packaged theatre + hotel deals puts you in charge of a truly fabulous weekend. You choose the hotel and you choose the show! More Info
The Connaught Hotel - Mayfair (5*)
The Connaught is a discreet Edwardian charmer in the heart of Mayfair. The fine mahogany staircase, paintings and antiques all add to the country house atmosphere. Gordon Ramsay's protégée Angela Harnett heads the Michelin-starred kitchens, The Grill and MENU, offering modern European cuisine...
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See Alan Dale as King Arthur in Monty Python's SPAMALOT from 3 March. From Jim Robinson in Neighbours to media mogul Bradford Meade in the smash hit Ugly Betty and from tycoon Caleb Nichol in cult series the O.C. to Vice President Jim Prescott in the award winning phenomenon 24, Alan Dale is without doubt one of the most familiar faces on TV today.
Monty Python's SPAMALOT is 100% pure entertainment. Lovingly ripped off from the hit movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail by original Python Eric Idle, and directed by Oscar-winning director Mike Nichols, this musical comedy is filled full of big laughs, great songs, dazzling choreography, historical inaccuracy and special effects you just won't believe could be performed in a top West End theatre today!
SPAMALOT retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table with the help of a number of gratuitously scantily clad showgirls, cows, killer rabbits, French people and a legless knight.
For your chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to see Alan Dale in Spamalot, answer the following question:
Alan Dale used to play Jim Robinson in which of the following TV series?
b. Ugly Betty
c. Home and Away
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Closing Date: Thursday 27 March 2008, Noon
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- Send an email with the correct answer to [email protected], with the subject "AFRIKA! AFRIKA! Competition"
- You must include your name, email address, telephone number and postal address, to be considered for the prize.
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- Tickets are valid up till end April, excluding Fri 8.30pm & Sat 8pm
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- There is no cash alternative.
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