Goosebumps: Best Available Tickets for just £25
The gruesome imagination of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps is yours to explore, adventurer.
But be warned. This immersive theatre experience, in the abandoned underground world of Waterloo, might bring back nightmarish childhood memories you wish you had forgotten.
With the acclaimed designer of Alice’s Adventures Underground and a haunting score from The Tiger Lillies, R.L Stine’s creations will seem almost… alive. Though, surely they can’t be, can they? Book here!
Disney On Ice in Liverpool and Cardiff
Extra performances of
Disney on Ice: Silver Anniversary
are now on sale…
Cardiff: Book here!
Liverpool: Book here!
Bend It Like Beckham Phoenix Theatre
Flash Sale – Half Price Tickets
Circle seats now only £10.00
ALSO ON OFFER:
Showstopper – Lyric Theatre
Hand To God – Vaudeville Theatre
The Railway Children – Kings Cross Theatre
Beautiful The Musical – tickets from £15
Wicked – tickets from £17.50
Lots more to choose from
Opening this Saturday is Painting The Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse, which is on sale.
Among the many paintings in this exhibition is Monet’s 42ft Agapanthus Triptych – a painting in three panels owned by different US institutions – this exhibition will see them on display together for the first time in the UK.
For more details, click here
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical Sunset Boulevard comes to the London Coliseum, with Glenn Close reprising her Tony-Award winning role as Norma Desmond
Running at the London Coliseum from April.
We have tickets from £29
Meet Shane, one of the low-paid generation that lives for the weekend while still living at home with his parents. Come on the raz as he hits the town for all it’s worth – tanned, buffed and blowing his wage packet on a perfectly orchestrated evening of drinks, drugs, and girls: a weekend millionaire.
Tonight he’s in charge, living it large. On Monday, it’s back to the grind and he starts all over again. Jim Cartwright’s Fringe First award-winning rollercoaster of a night out in modern Britain transfers to London for four weeks only.
In The Bar of A Tokyo Hotel – Charing Cross Theatre:
One of Tennessee Williams most extraordinary and complex plays – a moving exploration of marital breakdown and the artist’s desire to create.
Mark is a world-famous painter afraid he has lost his inspiration. His desperate, ambitious wife Miriam sees only his failure and disintegration. But Mark can sense a new art-form developing, and both characters embark on a journey of self-discovery. At turns hilarious and heartbreaking, Williams’ witty, mesmerising and profound masterpiece was last seen in London in 1983, the year of his death.
Chicago, 1927. In a recording studio on the city’s South Side, a battle of wills is raging. Ma Rainey, Mother of the Blues, uses every trick in the book to fight her record producers for control of her music.
Hardened by years of ill-treatment and bad deals, she’s determined that ‘Black Bottom’, the song that bears her name, will be recorded her way. Inspired by the real-life Blues legend and infused with her music, August Wilson’s play speaks powerfully of a struggle for self-determination against overwhelming odds.
Sharon D Clarke plays Ma Rainey.
Bateaux London: has been extended from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017. Click here for further details.