New Theatre for 2019

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It’s the final curtain call for 2018 in the West End and as we wave goodbye to some of London’s best loved shows including Dreamgirls, Kinky Boots and Chicago, we take a look ahead at the exciting new shows for 2019.

Expect to be taken on a trip down memory lane with Del Boy and Rodney, see stories that have shone stateside and sing along to classic country numbers that you know every single word to!

 

9 to 5 The Musical


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If a night of non-stop laughter is what you’re after, then look no further than 9 to 5 the Musical. Based on the hit movie, the hilarious new musical comedy is centred around three office workers that turn the tables on their sexist boss. With your feet tapping throughout every number, it’s the best way to indulge in some of Dolly Parton’s most-loved songs and is sure to leave you with the feel-good factor. 

Louise Redknapp, Bonnie Langford, Bradley Walsh & Amber Davies join the cast of 9 to 5!

 

Only Fools & Horses

 

 

 

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Coming to London’s West End in February 2019, you’ll be able to take a trip down memory lane with the brand-new theatre production, Only Fools & Horses. Based on one of the UK’s all-time favourite comedy series, Only Fools & Horses the Musical is guaranteed to bring back the fondest of memories. With musical contributions from Chas n Dave, some of the most cherished material from the TV series and of course, the beloved theme tunes as you’ve never heard them before, Only Fools & Horses is the perfect celebration of working-class London life.

 

Waitress

 

 

 

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Waitress tells the story of Jenna, a waitress and expert pie maker who dreams of leaving her small town and loveless marriage, but will she find the recipe for happiness? With original music by 6-time Grammy® nominee, Sara Bareilles, Waitress stars American Idol’s Katherine McPhee who continues her leading role from the Broadway stage. If you didn’t love theatre before, you will now.  

 

All About Eve

 

 

 

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The brand-new production, All About Eve sees Gillian Anderson and Lily James take to the stage at Noel Coward Theatre. Produced by one of the most innovative theatre director’s right now, the exciting and intriguing show asks why our fascination with celebrity, youth and identity never seems to get old…

 

Come From Away


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Making it’s way to London on 30th January 2019, Come From Away is a show that is completely different to the rest of the shows on the West End… Playing at the Phoenix Theatre, the show tells the true story of how life completely changed for a small town in Newfoundland in the wake of 9/11. 

When the town were met with 38 unexpected flights grounded, Come From Away follows the growing relationships between the townspeople and passengers. A joyous and emotional new musical that looks at the capacity of human kindness in the darkest of times.

 

Home, I’m Darling

 

 

 

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Heading to the West End for 11 weeks only, Laura Wade’s hilarious new play follows a sold-out run at the National Theatre. Katherine Parkinson from Channel 4’s Humans, plays the role of Judy who aims to be the perfect housewife of the 1950’s, but how happy are the happily married? Even the very best of couples needs some excitement to spice things up.

Playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre, Home, I’m Darling follows Judy showing that life behind the gingham dress isn’t all what it seems.

 

Looking to experience the last of 2018 theatre on the West End? Fancy being the first to see the new shows in Theatreland? Head over to our website to find out more!

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