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  • Burn the Floor

    Apr 5, 2020

  • Nick Offerman

    Apr 26, 2020

  • Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

    Jul 2 - Sep 6, 2020

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Burn the Floor

April 5, 2020

Following last year's sell-out success, this five-star production is returning with a brand new show. Strictly's Kevin Clifton is ready to tear up the dancefloor once again, but this time he'll also be joined by his sister, Joanne Clifton! The live stage forerunner to Strictly Come Dancing and its worldwide franchises, Burn The Floor's brand-new show breathes pure fire into traditional dances such as the Foxtrot, Waltz and Smooth, in a way that will take your breath away. With world-class dancers leading the proceedings, be prepared to hear cleverly re-interpreted tunes accompanied by the very best dancing that you've never experienced.

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Nick Offerman

April 26, 2020

Nick Offerman is a man of many talents - an actor, a comedian, and a passionate woodworker. Best known for his role as Ron Swanson in Parks and Recreation, Offerman became involved in Chicago's improv comedy scene early on in his career and hasn't lost touch with his 'live on stage' talents or persona.

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Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

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July 2 - September 6, 2020

It's back! After a sell-out run in the summer of 2019 Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat is being donned once more for another run in 2020. Having now reached its 50th birthday musical theatre fans will be delighted that Joseph and his extravagant threads are back where they belong once more.

London Palladium

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Argyll Street 9, London W1F 7TF

  • Year opened: 1910
  • Capacity: 2286
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

One of London's most famous theatres, the London Palladium, is West End theatre located on Argyll Street, and since 1960 has been a Grade II listed building. The venue started out as a host for variety events and pantomimes, and has gone on to stage a wide variety of events each year. The theatre has been host to the Royal Variety Performance for 40 years. Really Useful Theatres took over the ownership of the venue in 2000.

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