Visit London Blog » billy elliot http://blog.visitlondon.com Enjoy the very best of London Fri, 22 May 2015 17:44:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.2 London Theatre News: The Voice Star Joins Phantom Cast, And Three Big Transfers http://blog.visitlondon.com/2014/08/london-theatre-news-the-voice-star-joins-phantom-cast-and-three-big-transfers/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2014/08/london-theatre-news-the-voice-star-joins-phantom-cast-and-three-big-transfers/#comments Mon, 04 Aug 2014 11:54:21 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=39147

Billy Elliot The Musical

What a month July was for news of returning theatre stars.

Olivier Award-winning original star of Billy Elliot The Musical, Liam Mower, will pull on his ballet shoes at the Victoria Palace once more when he returns to the show for one night only on 28 September. Liam’s far too grown up to play Young Billy now. Instead he’ll play Older Billy. Why? Well, because on that night Billy Elliot is being screened live to cinemas, so you can see the stage adaptation of the film on the big screen.

Also returning to a show that helped to make her famous is Kerry Ellis, who’ll be greening up once more to play Elphaba in Wicked from 4 August. Ellis’ happy return comes as current Wicked Witch Willemijn Verkaik has had to withdraw from the production to have surgery.

Musical theatre star Liam Tamne, who was a hit on BBC talent show The Voice UK but didn’t quite win it, is coming home to the West End. He’s joining the cast of the show with the most iconic mask in theatre history, The Phantom of the Opera. Tamne fans need not fret, he won’t be covering half his face in the name of entertainment, he’ll be playing Raoul from 1 September.

After the World Cup, we’re in the heart of football’s transfer season, so it’s only fitting we have some transfer news of our own:

It’s going to be a busy September, isn’t it?

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London Theatre News: Kevin Spacey’s successor at the Old Vic is named, and Let It Be plays a London encore http://blog.visitlondon.com/2014/05/london-theatre-news-kevin-spaceys-successor-at-the-old-vic-is-named-and-let-it-be-plays-a-london-encore/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2014/05/london-theatre-news-kevin-spaceys-successor-at-the-old-vic-is-named-and-let-it-be-plays-a-london-encore/#comments Wed, 28 May 2014 09:00:29 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=38827 Lordy there’s been some news in the past few weeks, what with Sir Cameron Mackintosh announcing that he’s purchasing and refurbishing the Victoria Palace and Ambassadors Theatres. While it makes the long term futures of Billy Elliot the Musical and Stomp a little uncertain, it has to be good news for the theatres moving forward.

Another earth-mover on the news front is that Matilda the Musical director Matthew Warchus will be the man to succeed Kevin Spacey when the Hollywood star steps down as Old Vic Artistic Director in 2015. Warchus has awards and experience aplenty, so the appointment has been met with nods and approval all round.

But what of the shows?

Well, some old West End favourites are returning. In July, Beatles extravaganza Let It Be is back for a summer season at the Garrick Theatre where, from August, it will be joined by family favourite Horrible Histories Barmy Britain Part Two. So beheadings by day and head wobbling in the evenings.

Also back, a little later in the year, is the Olivier Award nominated Eric And Little Ern, which brings its tale of Morecambe and Wise to the St James Theatre this Christmas. As well as returners, there are a handful of transfers.

Park Theatre hit Daytona, which stars The Simpsons’ and This Is Spinal Tap’s Harry Shearer and British stage and screen star Maureen Lipman, moves to the Theatre Royal Haymarket from 30 June. Written by and co-starring Oliver Cotton, it’s the tale of a couple whose love is clear even after 50 years together. The arrival of a long lost family member brings a new story into their lives.

Almeida hit King Charles III, which imagines a future in which Prince Charles has become king, also transfers into the West End, playing at the Wyndham’s Theatre this autumn, while hit children’s show Hetty Feather makes a move to the Vaudeville Theatre this summer.

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London Theatre News: Made In Dagenham, Memphis, In The Heights, Ruthie Henshall, Arthur Darvill, Stephen Ward, Let The Right One In http://blog.visitlondon.com/2014/03/london-theatre-news-made-in-dagenham-memphis-in-the-heights-ruthie-henshall-arthur-darvill-stephen-ward-let-the-right-one-in/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2014/03/london-theatre-news-made-in-dagenham-memphis-in-the-heights-ruthie-henshall-arthur-darvill-stephen-ward-let-the-right-one-in/#comments Wed, 05 Mar 2014 12:30:49 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=38000

My latest load of London theatre news is more musical than an old fashioned jewellery box.

Hot off the press is the missive that the much rumoured Made In Dagenham musical, based on the hit British film, is driving into the West End with acclaimed director Rupert Goold at the steering wheel and British big screen star Gemma Arterton in the passenger seat as his leading lady. It will open at the Adelphi Theatre, currently playing host to The Bodyguard, this autumn.

Current star of The Bodyguard, UK soul sensation Beverley Knight, has got a taste for the London stage having made her debut in the Whitney Houston musical. She’ll lead the cast of the Tony Award-winning Memphis when it opens at the Shaftesbury Theatre in October.

Another Tony Award-winning tuner, In The Heights, receives its London debut at the Southwark Playhouse this May.

Musical theatre superstar Ruthie Henshall, who’s previously stunned audiences in shows including Les Misérables, Miss Saigon and Chicago, is heading back to the stage to play dance teacher Mrs Wilkinson in Billy Elliot The Musical from 12 May.

Arthur Darvill, who may not be a musical theatre superstar just yet – give it time – but is certainly well known to anyone with a passing interest in sci-fi or family television having played Rory in Doctor Who, is taking to the London stage in Once. The actor and musician will play Guy, a role he previously played on Broadway, from 17 March.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Stephen Ward, which explores the story of the Profumo Affair, has announced the curtain will come down on its tale of scandal and scapegoats in late March.

In non-musical news, the National Theatre of Scotland’s production of vampire tale Let The Right One In will bring its story of unlikely friendship and brutal attacks to the Apollo Shaftesbury from 26 March.

Oooh, almost forgot, tune into the Olivier Awards website or Official London Theatre on 10 March from 11:30 (GMT) to discover who’s been nominated for this year’s Olivier Awards with MasterCard.

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London Theatre News: Miss Saigon, Shakespeare In Love, The Duchess Of Malfi, Ghosts http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/11/london-theatre-news-miss-saigon-shakespeare-in-love-the-duchess-of-malfi-ghosts/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/11/london-theatre-news-miss-saigon-shakespeare-in-love-the-duchess-of-malfi-ghosts/#comments Wed, 27 Nov 2013 09:30:45 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=36386

Miss Saigon

Imagine how daunting it must be to perform on a West End stage for the first time. Now imagine you’re making your professional stage debut at 17-years-old and you’re from a totally different country. That’s the situation Filipino-American actress Eva Noblezada will be facing when she leads the cast of Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Miss Saigon which opens next year. Wow!

Shakespeare in Love

Another treat for summer 2014 is the stage adaptation of theatre-inspired 1998 movie Shakespeare In Love. The Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard screenplay is being adapted for stage by Lee Hall, whose previous hit productions include Billy Elliot and The Pitman Painters.

The Duchess of Malfi

British movie star Gemma Arterton will open the Globe’s new indoor space, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, as The Duchess Of Malfi in January, and it has just been revealed that Shameless’s Sean Gilder and Ripper Street’s David Dawson are set to join her in the production.

Ghosts

Before Christmas, there’s also a chance to catch the Almeida Theatre’s acclaimed production of Ghosts when it transfers into the Trafalgar Studios from 17 December. Good news if, like me, you missed it in Islington. The theatre was previously playing host to Jamie Lloyd’s much-lauded Trafalgar Transformed season. That will now take a short hiatus while the Ibsen classic entertains theatre-goers this Christmas.

Carol Singers at TKTS

If you’re feeling Christmassy, you may be excited about news of TKTS carolling, taking place at the iconic Leicester Square ticket booth on 20 December. From 16:00 the West End Gospel Choir will be joined by the cast from London’s favourite shows to spread some Christmas cheer. Come along and join in.

Theatre Award

And finally, a huge congratulations to all the Evening Standard Theatre Award winners, among them Adrian Lester and Rory Kinnear, Helen Mirren, David Walliams, Kevin Spacey, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Maggie Smith.

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London Theatre News: Billy & Matilda Extend, plus Urinetown, Duck House, and The Gruffalo http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/09/london-theatre-news-billy-matilda-extend-plus-urinetown-duck-house-and-the-gruffalo/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/09/london-theatre-news-billy-matilda-extend-plus-urinetown-duck-house-and-the-gruffalo/#comments Thu, 19 Sep 2013 09:30:00 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=35506 Billy ElliotFirstly, news of extensions for some of London’s most popular theatre shows. You can now book to see Billy Elliot until 16 May 2015, taking the show into its 11th year; War Horse has extended its run at the New London Theatre to 27 October 2014 (its 7th year in the West End); and Matilda’s revolting children will continue to stomp and shine at the Cambridge Theatre until December 2014. If you’re a theatre fan and haven’t caught any of these three yet, I really recommend you do: they’re some of my favourite long-running shows on in London at the moment.

Second, the secrecy that has surrounded the St James Theatre’s latest project has finally been broken. Hit Broadway show Urinetown, an “exciting, innovative, edgy, modern, tuneful, funny satirical show” will make its UK debut from 22 February next year. A dystopian tale, Urinetown features book and lyrics by Greg Kotis and music and lyrics by Mark Hollmann, is set in a city suffering a terrible drought, where a business tycoon has made his fortune by monopolising public toilets… Urinetown will be directed by Jamie Lloyd.

Another satire, of a very different nature, comes to the London stage this winter. The Duck House at the Vaudeville Theatre is the tale of a Labour backbencher, who is about to make the leap to the Conservatives to save his seat when the 2009 expenses scandal hits. It’s written by two of satirical television’s most prolific writers, Dan Patterson and Colin Swash and stars Ben Miller, the award-winning Nancy Carroll and X-Factor semi-finalist Diana Vickers.

The Gruffalo at Garrick TheatreFinally, two very different Christmas shows have been announced this week. Look out for the brand-new, very adult The Night Before Christmas, a musical by Anthony Neilson at the Soho Theatre from 29 November; or the tried-and-tested kid-pleasing The Gruffalo, which returns to the Lyric Theatre for a Christmas run from 20 November to 12 January.

London Theatre Cast News:

  • Former Les Misérables stars Fra Fee and David Thaxton will star alongside fellow London stage regulars Scarlett Strallen and Cassidy Jansen in the Menier Chocolate Factory’s Christmas production of Candide
  • Colin Morgan, star of the BBC’s Merlin, joins the already-very-tasty cast of Mojo at the Harold Pinter Theatre, alongside Tom Rhys Harries, and the already announced Ben Whishaw, Daniel Mays and Rupert Grint.
  • Dawn King’s drama Ciphers at the Bush Theatre next year will star Bruce Alexander, Ronny Jhutti, Gráinne Keenan and Shereen Martin in the Out Of Joint and Northcott theatre co-production.
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Top 10 Long-Running London Theatre Shows http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/05/top-10-long-running-london-theatre-shows/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/05/top-10-long-running-london-theatre-shows/#comments Wed, 22 May 2013 10:00:41 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=32485 Some West-End shows come and go, while others become a permanent fixture on London’s theatre scene. To celebrate London Theatre Month, we’ve compiled a list of the longest-running plays and musicals that are currently playing in London’s West End.

The Mousetrap: 61 years
The Mousetrap is the world’s longest-running play, captivating London audiences since 1952. Packed with suspense, the classic whodunit takes place in a remote English country house hotel during a snow storm.

Les Miserables: 28 years
Now in its 28th year, Les Misérables is the longest running musical in the world.  This global stage sensation has been seen by more than 60 million people in 42 countries. Set in 19th-century France, Les Mis follows the plight of an ex-convict turned mayor who is hunted for decades by a ruthless policeman.

Phantom of the OperaThe Phantom of the Opera: 27 years
The Phantom of the Opera has reigned at Her Majesty’s Theatre for a whopping 27 years. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s epic musical, which opened on 9 October 1986,  tells the tale of a disfigured composer who terrorises the Paris Opera in an attempt to make his protégé a leading lady.

The Woman in Black: 24 years
The Woman in Black has been terrifying audiences since 1989, making it the second longest-running play in the history of the West End. Based on Susan Hill’s eponymous novel, the spooky show sees a malevolent ghost haunting a small English town, bringing devastation to the lives of anyone who lays eyes on it.

The Lion King: 14 years
Still a roaring success, The Lion King is celebrating its 14th year at London’s Lyceum Theatre. Bursting with colour and brilliant songs, the Disney-movie-turned-musical sees fearless lion cub Simba making his epic journey to fulfil his destiny as king of the lions. The Lion King is one of five musicals to play for 10 or more years on both Broadway and the West End.

Mamma Mia: 14 years
Mamma Mia is now well into its second decade, after first opening in the West End in 1999. Based on the catchy tunes of Swedish pop quartet ABBA and set on a Greek island paradise, this feel-good show follows a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father.

We Will Rock You: 11 years
Mega-musical We Will Rock You has been a permanent fixture at the Dominion Theatre since 2002. Based on the songs of rock legends Queen, the show is set in a futuristic world where rock music has been banned.

Stomp: 10 years
Celebrating its 10th year in London, Stomp has been kept fresh with new routines, choreography and music. As its title suggests, talented performers use everything from zippo lighters to bin lids to hammer out a feel-good rhythm.

Billy Elliot: 8 years
Billy Elliot has been dazzling London’s West End since 2005 with its heart-warming tale of a young boy who struggles against the odds to fulfil his dream of becoming a ballet dancer. The all-singing all-dancing musical features an acclaimed score by Elton John.

Wicked: 7 years
Wicked made its West End debut seven years ago in 2006. Still going strong, the show welcomed its five millionth audience member last month. The award-winning musical tells the story of an unlikely but profound friendship between two young trainee witches who meet at sorcery school.

Read more about all London’s theatre shows at visitlondon.com/theatre

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Olivier Awards 2013: Curious Incident Wins A Record-Equalling Seven Trophies http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/04/olivier-awards-2013-curious-incident-wins-a-record-equalling-seven-awards/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/04/olivier-awards-2013-curious-incident-wins-a-record-equalling-seven-awards/#comments Mon, 29 Apr 2013 09:40:13 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=32879 The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time

The National Theatre’s production of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time won seven awards at last night’s Olivier Awards, equalling the record set last year by Matilda The Musical.

As well as Best New Play, Simon Stephens’ adaptation of Mark Haddon’s novel featured the following winners: Luke Treadaway for Best Actor, Nicola Walker for Best Supporting Actress, Marianne Elliott for Best Director, Paule Constable for the White Light Award for Lighting Design, Bunny Christie and Finn Ross for the XL Video Award for Best Set Design and Ian Dickinson and Adrian Sutton for Best Sound Design. The Curious Incident is currently playing at the Apollo Theatre, following a successful West End transfer in March. It’s one of the best shows I’ve seen in recent years, so if you’re able to book a ticket, go! The show is now booking until January 2014.

Helen Mirren. Photo by Giles KeyteThe Audience, currently playing at the Gielgud Theatre and Sweeney Todd which ran at the Adelphi Theatre in the summer took two actor awards each: Helen Mirren won Best Actress for portraying The Queen and Richard McCabe took Best Supporting Actor for playing Harold Wilson in the former; Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton won Best Actor in a Musical and Best Actress in A Musical for their roles in Sweeney Todd. The brilliant Sondheim musical also won the prize for Best Musical revival.

Elsewhere, there were prizes for Top Hat, currently on at the Aldwych Theatre for Best New Musical, Costume Design and Choreography. Leigh Zimmerman won Best Performance in a Supporing Role in a Musical for A Chorus Line at the London Palladium. And long-runner Billy Elliot won the BBC Radio 2 Audience Award – voted for by the members of the public.

For a full list of winners, go to officiallondontheatre.co.uk

Congratulations to everyone involved. Do you agree with the judges’ choices? Let us know in the comments below.

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London Theatre News: Billy Elliot, Thriller, A Pulitzer Prize for Drama and London Cast News http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/04/london-theatre-news-billy-elliot-thriller-pulitzer-prizes-and-cast-news/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/04/london-theatre-news-billy-elliot-thriller-pulitzer-prizes-and-cast-news/#comments Thu, 18 Apr 2013 10:00:02 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=32677 Billy ElliotBilly Elliot welcomed its four millionth audience member to the Victoria Palace Theatre this week. Sharon Hick, who watched the show with her friend Jane Horsewood and daughters Amy and Meagan Horsewood, celebrated on the stage with cast members Killian Donnelly and Deka Walmsley. The lucky theatregoers were presented with a weekend stay in London and goody bags for the children before being taken backstage to meet the cast.

Hick said, “Jane and I had been discussing taking Amy and Meagan to see their first West End show, and we thought Billy Elliot would be perfect. It is a real testimony to how magical this show is that so many people have been through the doors to see it.”

Elsewhere in the West End, Thriller – Live has been celebrating its success with a booking extension: you can now see the musical based on the songs of Michael Jackson at the Lyric Theatre until March 2014.

Dsgraced at the Bush TheatreAhead of the forthcoming Olivier Awards, there’s been another win for London theatre. Ayad Akhtar’s Disgraced, which opens at the Bush Theatre next month, has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Akhtar’s first ever stage play, Disgraced charts the story of a successful corporate lawyer who is about to land the promotion of his life. But, as the play progresses, it’s clear that this success has come at a price. Talking about his win, Akhtar said, “It’s tough to put it into words what an honour and privilege it is to receive this award. I think I might be dreaming.”

Finally, two transfers have been announced this week. The Two’s Company production of London Wall, a play about an office manager and his unsolicited advances towards his new teenage typist transfers to the St James Theatre from 7 May. And fast-paced new comedy The Play That Goes Wrong transfers to the Trafalgar Studios from 30 April. It’s presented by Mischief Theatre, a company specialising in comedy writing.

London Theatre Cast News

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London Theatre News: Mamma Mia; Derren Brown; Matthew Morrison and Idina Menzel http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/04/london-theatre-news-mamma-mia-derren-brown-matthew-morrison-and-idina-menzel/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2013/04/london-theatre-news-mamma-mia-derren-brown-matthew-morrison-and-idina-menzel/#comments Thu, 11 Apr 2013 09:30:24 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=32539 Mamma Mia!Firstly, happy 14th birthday to Mamma Mia! The show has celebrated another successful year by extending their booking period to 5 April 2014. If you haven’t seen this musical yet, you really must: it’s such a fantastic feel-good show and has been seen by more than 50 million people in 37 productions worldwide.

This week, there’s news of another extension: My Perfect Mind is actor Edward Petherbridge’s tale about suffering a stroke, and will now run at the Young Vic until 4 May. The Told By An Idiot show features Petherbridge playing himself and Paul Hunter playing all the other characters. The play was inspired by Petherbridge who suffered a stroke as he was rehearsing to play King Lear. At the start of his recovery, he could hardly move his thumb and index finger together, but he could still remember every word of Shakespeare’s complex role.

Derren Brown fans will be pleased to hear the illusionist is returning to the West End in June, bringing a new one-man show called Infamous to the Palace Theatre. Infamous is described as one of Brown’s most personal works and sees the master of mind control reunite with his close collaborator, actor, director and magician Andy Nyman.

More Oliviers news this week: an influx of American stars are bringing a touch of US glamour to the Royal Albert Hall ceremony, with Broadway stars and Glee co-actors Matthew Morrison and Idina Menzel both performing solo. Other stars whose attendance is confirmed include Kim Cattrall, Daniel Radcliffe, Damian Lewis, Petula Clark, Will Young and Heather Headley.

If you’re able to get to the free public Oliviers event stage in Covent Garden, you’ll be treated to special live performances from shows including Billy Elliot, Matilda, The Phantom Of The Opera, Wicked, Burn The Floor, Potted Potter and Some Like It Hip Hop, before seeing the ceremony on the live big screen relay.

Stephen Campbell MooreLondon Theatre Cast News

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Kids Week Launch: Booking Opens Tomorrow http://blog.visitlondon.com/2012/06/kids-week-launch-booking-opens-tomorrow/ http://blog.visitlondon.com/2012/06/kids-week-launch-booking-opens-tomorrow/#comments Mon, 11 Jun 2012 16:00:30 +0000 http://blog.visitlondon.com/?p=26950 We attended a star-studded (and school-kid-stuffed) birthday party for Kids Week earlier today. The festival, which gives parents the chance to take kids to the theatre for free during August each year, is celebrating its 15th birthday.

At the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, West End stars including Richard Blackwood and Carly Stenson (from Shrek), Tom Chambers (Top Hat), Bonnie Langford (Spamalot) and the boys from Thriller Live, gave an audience of super-chirpy children a taste of all the excitement to come this summer.

This year, theatregoers will be able to book for hit musicals including Billy Elliot, The Lion King, Jersey Boys, Les Misérables, Singin’ In The Rain and We Will Rock You, comedies like The 39 Steps, One Man, Two Guvnors and Yes, Prime Minister, dramas Chariots Of Fire, The Doctor’s Dilemma and The Woman In Black, and colourful children’s shows such as Dora The Explorer and The Tiger Who Came To Tea. Kids Week offers you a free child’s ticket for every adult ticket purchased to one of the participating shows, plus the opportunity to purchase up to two more children’s tickets half-price.

As well as the shows, Kids Week gives children the chance to take part in singing workshops, Q&As, dance classes and puppet workshops, backstage demonstrations and more. You can take part in a Tigerlympics Tea Party, become a Munchkin in the Wizard of Oz or learn about the Terrible Tudors in a Horrible Histories workshop.

Go to www.kidsweek.co.uk for a full line-up of shows and activities on offer. Tickets go on sale on the website at 10am tomorrow or you can call the Kids Week 24 hour booking hotline on 0844 248 5151. You can also keep up-to-date with Kids Week on their facebook and twitter pages. www.facebook.com/kidsweeklondon and www.twitter.com/kidsweek

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