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Booking until Nov 01
The Three Little Pigs
Booking until Sep 06
Centrepoint Laughing Point
Oct 12, 2015
Derren Brown: Miracle
Opens Nov 11
Kings of Broadway: Herman, Sondheim & Styne
Nov 29, 2015
Until November 1, 2015
Roddy Doyle's hugely successful novel and movie comes to the West End stage. Directed by Jamie Lloyd, the show follows the fortunes of Jimmy Rabitte, leader of "Dublin's hardest working band" as they rise and self- combust to a songlist of soul's greatest hits.
Until September 6, 2015
Simon Webbe, Daniel Buckley and Leanne Jones will lead a family-aimed musical for youngsters this summer in this new adaptation of the beloved fairytale. Described as a "curly musical tail" for everyone aged three and older, Blue star Webbe and Book of Mormon star Buckley will play the Big Bad Wolf and a resourceful piggy respectively, joined by theatre stars Leanne Jones and Taofique Folarin who have starred in Hairspray and The Lion King, respectively in this new spin, aimed at children aged three and over!
October 12, 2015
It's time for the annual comedy charity shingdig in aid of Centrepoint, a homeless charity looking for based in the centre of London. What is set to be a very hilarious night, your evening's laughter will be brought to you by the best of Britain's (and abroad's) top comics. Expect to roll around the aisles courtesy of some of Britain and beyond's rising stars, including the two headliners, The Last Leg stars Josh Widdicombe and Adam Hills who return for their second year.
November 11, 2015-January 16, 2016
Derren Brown returns to the Palace Theatre this November for his brand-new show Miracle, following on from his hugely successful "Infamous" show in 2013, which makes this his seventh show since 2003. This multi-award winning master of psychological illusion has since confessed that he enjoys performing live on stage more than his television shows and looks forward to holding his audience enthralled as the ultimate dark mind manilpulator!
November 29, 2015
For one night only this November, join celebrated young conductor Alex Parker as he leads a one-off musical revue featuring a West End celeb cast that celebrates celebrates the music of three legendary Broadway composers - Jerry Herman, Stephen Sondheim and Jule Styne. The production is directed by Alastair Knights, one of the West Endís youngest ever directors. Among the stars appearing are Alistair Brammer, Michael Colbourne, Janie Dee, Richard Fleeshman and Jamie Parker, all of whom have appeared in the most popular shows in the West End.
Brace yourselves London, JK Rowling has blessed us with another foray into the Potterverse, announcing that new play 'Harry Potter And The Cursed Child' will apparate into The Palace Theatre sometime in Summer 2016. In typical Rowling fashion, details are scant, besides her firm insistence that it won't be a prequel. Read more ►
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