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12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
Formerly The Other Place
12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
Formerly known as the St James Theatre, The Other Palace is an arts space backed by one Andrew Lloyd Webber (who?) to showcase new theatre in London.
The Wild Party
Booking until Apr 01
This Joint is Jumping
Opens Apr 04
Opens Apr 06
Opens May 30
Until April 1, 2017
Last staged in 2015 at The New York Center as part of their Encores season, In The Heights' Drew McOnie brings a new production of Michael John LaChiusa's darkly comic musical to London in 2017, starring Broadway legends Donna McKechnie and Frances Ruffelle, the latter of whom first came to prominence as the original Eponine in the premiere London and Broadway stagings of Les Miserables, which won her a Tony Award. The Wild Party first premiered off-Broadway in 2000, with Frozen and Wicked's Idina Menzel, together with and Brian d'Arcy in the starring roles of the destructive married couple Queenie and Burrs.
April 4-15, 2017
Get the jazz hands and feet ready for this explosive dance celebration of the music of Fats Waller! Directed by Patrice Miller with choreography by Michela Marino Lerman, it is endorsed and produced by produced by Hoagy B. Carmichael, son of the legendary American composer Hoagy Carmichael. With an on-stage jazz band, the dance show will re-introduce you to jazz standards such as Ain't Misbehavin', Black and Blue and Honeysuckle Rose to name a few! A must-see for dance and jazz fans. A delightful combination of live jazz, tap dancing and storytelling makes for an exciting evening out.
April 6-May 27, 2017
As part of the inaugural season of The Other Palace (renamed from the current St James Theatre) in 2017, Duncan Sheik's UK Premiere of a haunting musical ghost story arrives in April. The composer of hit musicals Spring Awakening and American Psycho, this production originated in 2009 as a concept album, and premiered in San Diego the following year to critical acclaim. History and the supernatural collide during the Second World War in this familial exploration of loyalty and tension, with a score that has been deemed daring for its bleakness.
May 30-July 8, 2017
As part of The Other Palace's (currently St James Theatre) inaugural season in 2017, Federico Fellini's Oscar-winning 1957 film is transformed into a stunning new musical adaptation by the producer of recent West End hits Top Hat, The Play That Goes Wrong and Hetty Feather. Helmed by Olivier nominee Sally Cookson, the score is composed by Benji Bower in what is a long-awaited move to theatre. Set in the postwar Italian countryside, La Strada (translated: The Road) follows a simple-minded peasant girl and a brutal carnival strongman on a perilous journey to acceptance, exploring pride and survival along the way.
0.03 mi away at 14 Palace Street
Main £10 | Three course meal £27
Gastro Pub: British Cuisine
The Rubens at the Palace
0.05 mi away at 39-41 Buckingham Palace Road
Main £17 | Three course meal £32
Bar & Restaurant: British Cuisine
0.05 mi away at 43 Buckingham Palace Road
Main £14 | Three course meal £40
Bistro & Bar: International Cuisine
Rubens At The Palace
0.07 mi away at 39 Buckingham Palace Road
4 Star, Prices from £172
0.07 mi away at 41 Buckingham Palace Road
5 Star, Prices from £347
0.18 mi away at 15 Beeston Place
5 Star, Prices from £336
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