REALLY USEFUL THEATRES BLOG
04 October 2015Read more
This Sunday evening (4th October) saw the return of two London Palladium and showbiz legends perform together for the very first time. In aid of the newly named Royal Variety Charity, Des O’Connor and Jimmy Tarbuck took to the Palladium stage for a night of classic entertainment, comedy and – as is tradition at the venue – music.
29 September 2015Read more
Dubbed ‘The Killer’ following his early career in the world of rock and roll, Jerry Lee Lewis graced the stage of the London Palladium to mark his 80th birthday – with his actual birthday falling today (29th September) – at the beginning of this month.
18 September 2015Read more
After eight extraordinary years at the New London Theatre, the multi-award winning National Theatre Production of War Horse has confirmed the final extension with it's record breaking run ending on 12 March 2016...
16 September 2015Read more
WOW! The Adelphi Theatre really was the place to be last night for the eagerly anticipated Press Night of the huge-hearted and high-heeled musical Kinky Boots and as far as we know, all heels remained intact both on and off stage!
28 August 2015Read more
Since Kinky Boots strutted into the Adelphi Theatre on Friday 21 August 2015 the audience reaction has been unbelievable! It’s definitely delivering on all its promises – huge-hearted, high heeled, a joyous celebration of friendships and “a feel-good extravaganza!” (The Huffington Post).
21 July 2015Read more
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An amazing time was had by all at the opening night of Sinatra: The Man and His Music at the world famous London Palladium last night, 65 years after he made his UK debut on the same stage in 1950.
23 June 2015Read more
Hosted by chairman Clive Anderson and featuring old favourites Greg Proops, Josie Lawrence, Brad Sherwood and Colin Mochrie, Whose Line is it Anyway? has had audiences in stitches since the opening night on Saturday.
18 June 2015Read more
The London Palladium will be going back to its roots to concentrate on variety, rock and pop, short-run theatre and comedy performances.
11 May 2015Read more
Yesterday evening (10th May 2015) saw the Theatre Royal Drury Lane play host to the BAFTA TV Awards 2015.
Winners included Jason Watkins and Georgina Campbell, who won Leading Actor and Leading Actress awards in The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies & Murdered by My Boyfriend respectively; critically acclaimed American crime drama True Detective received the International Series award; and in the Sport and Live Event category, BBC Two’s WW1 Remembered – From the Battlefield & Westminster Abbey took home the BAFTA trophy.
07 May 2015
Your Reaction: Texas LIVE at the London Palladium
Sharleen Spiteri and Texas took to the stage of the London Palladium this Saturday (2nd May 2015) to mark 25 years of hit records in front of a 2,000 strong audience.Read more
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