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Until 22nd June 2019

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Introducing… our #FromTheFringe season 2019. For three weeks this June each night will be something different. We’ve selected from the very best submissions, a range of exciting theatre-makers and comedians to preview their work before they take them off to various fringe festivals and we cannot wait to introduce them to you.

But we are forgetting the most exciting part, see more, save more! The more shows you choose to see, the more you save overall! Our Season Saver rate allows you, in the same ticket order, to choose two different shows and get £2 off each ticket, yet if you choose three of more different shows you get a whopping £3 off per ticket. In most cases that’s a saving of 20 -30% on ticket price.

For an inexpensive ticket price with multi-buy offers available, you can afford to experiment and find a new favourite artist or style, all whilst enjoying an ice cold beer from Wimbledon Brewery, the official Beer of #FromTheFringe.

From stand-up to drama, children’s theatre to sketch comedy and musical delights, they’ve got something for everyone! This season will see the return of local favourites, comedy troupe Bad Clowns with a brand new show Cult Classic, whilst Edinburgh Fringe sell-out In Loyal Company is sure to exceed your dramatic expectations. Regarding comedians you can see Ivo Graham, Tom Houghton, Kate Lucas and Simon Brodkin to name but a few.

Events include:
Ruby Redfort – 16th June 14:45 & 19:45. What would you do if a super secret agency asked you to be their new codebreaker? If you said yes, there’s a certain hero you should meet…
100 Ways to Tie a Shoelace – 17th June 20:00. Since the accident, Kat’s having trouble with her memory. Her only escape from her muddled mind is a hospital ward TV. Mix-ups, mayhem and muscle memory. There’s never a dull moment.
Michael Odewale #BLACKBEARSMATTER – 18th June 19:45. A fresh new voice known for delivering sharp, slick and beautifully executed content, Odewale is set to take the comedy world by storm.
Bananas – 18th June 21:30. Anna Banana can put words together that if sung would be so elegant, and if rapped would be lit!
Ivo Graham: The Game of Life (Work in Progress) – 19th June 19:00. More hilariously anxious blather from one of the most hilariously anxious blatherers in the business.
Tom Houghton: Edinburgh Preview – 19th June 21:00. Having been sent away at age six years old to the all boy environment, the world is turned upside down when the school decides to go co-ed for the first time and allow girls to join.
The Black Cat – 20th June 20:00. Balanced between the hilarious and the horrific, this show reimagines a macabre classic. It revels in the darkness that hides under the surface. It will get catty. Meow.
Hip Hip I’m Gay – 21st & 22nd June 20:00. HIP HIP I’M GAY! is a comedy cabaret that follows real-life stories and experiences of coming out and the mental health struggles people have faced alongside their sexual identity.

13th September 2019


Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, London E1 0HX

After nine spectacular sold out shows raising over £300,000 for the Make A Difference Trust, WEST END BARES, theatre’s hottest annual fundraiser, returns for its 10th birthday with a one-off celebratory performance.

Tickets are on sale now.

Starting in 2010 at Café de Paris, WEST END BARES quickly grew in size and before long moved to the larger Novello Theatre, before eventually arriving at the Shaftesbury Theatre. For its 10th birthday WEST END BARES moves to Troxy for an almighty party to celebrate 10 stunning years of daring to bare.

This year’s theme will be announced later in the summer and follows nine years of incredible shows including West End Bares' unique take on the Olympics in 2012, Fashion in 2011, a Nude Dunnit murder mystery in 2014, reaching new heights of nearly naked pleasure in TAKE OFF in 2015 and turning the colourful characters of Oz upside down in Ruby Strippers in 2017. This year's anniversary show follows 2018's TOP OFF OF THE POPS which was hosted by Tom Allen and saw over 100 performers including Eva Noblezada, Laura Baldwin, Natasha Barnes, Luke Baker and Jon Robyns dare to bare, paying tribute to iconic music artists; the event raised over £60,000 for the Make a Difference Trust, a new record.

Special celebrity guests and performers for this year’s performance will be announced in due course. Previous celebrity supporters over the last ten years have included Graham Norton, John Barrowman, Eddie Izzard, Samantha Bond, Dame Judi Dench, Joe Lycett, Beverley Knight, Summer Strallen, Bianca del Rio, Michelle Visage, Adam Garcia, Dianne Pilkington, Mark Gatiss, Ian Hallard, Celinde Schoenmaker and Oliver Savile.

The event is based on the original concept ‘Broadway Bares’ by legendary Broadway and West End director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.

Melanie Tranter, Chair of the Make A Difference Trust said, “West End Bares only happens because of the incredible generosity of the theatre community who give their time and talent so generously to make this incredible show possible. We are delighted to be celebrating ten years of West End Bares.”

Building on a legacy of over 30 years of fundraising by the theatre industry, The Make A Difference Trust raises funds for HIV and AIDS projects that build awareness and provide care, support and education in the United Kingdom and Sub-Saharan Africa. The Trust works with established partners to ensure projects have maximum impact and are sustainable. The Trust has distributed grants to support individuals experiencing hardship across the UK as well as grants to support projects with their UK and International partners, to relieve poverty, provide a safe environment and education for children and orphans affected by HIV and AIDS, and to secure the needs of the individual and the greater community as a whole For further information about the Make A Difference Trust please visit


Floor Tables: £150
Floor Standing: £50
Circle Booths and Circle row A: £80 per seat
Circle Seats: £55, £45, £35, £25

VIP tickets are available directly from the MAD Trust by calling 020 7231 9719 and include access to the pre-show drinks reception, VIP entrance to the theatre with a drink on arrival, £10 of MAD money, the best seats in the House for the legendary Rotation and access to the Exclusive After Party. Booking fees apply.

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By phone: Troxy booking line 020 790 9000
In person at Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, London E1 0HX.
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 The new evening entertainment series taking place at The Savoy Hotel’s Thames Foyer every night of the week.

Performers include highly-acclaimed jazz vocalist Judi Jackson on Thursday 20th June and Thursday 25th July 2019.

A new Thames Foyer evening menu will accompany the entertainment.
Available from 7pm, the menu draws inspiration from Auguste Escoffier, the legendary ‘director of chefs’ at The Savoy in the late 1800s, who famously invented the Peach Melba. An extensive drinks list, boasting an array of the finest Champagne, wine and Port will sit alongside the food offering.

Tickets cost £25 each, with an additional minimum spend on food and beverage required of £20 per person.

7th June to 16th June 2019

The Rotunda Theatre, Cutty Sark, King William Walk, London SE10 9HT

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Can a Chinese Classic be performed by a Mixed-British Cast?

A cast of British South Asian, British Caucasian, British East Asian, and Mixed-Race actors will be performing in Chinese Classic Monkey and the White Bone Demon in London in June.

Actor Sunjay Midda from BBC’s Doctors, OffWestEnd Award nominated British playwright and performer Ross Ericson, British Malaysian actress Michelle Lee (Hummingbird, Strangers, The Bill), and Mixed-race actress Ainsleigh barber (BBC’s His Dark Materials) are amongst the company of nine who will be performing in Red Dragonfly’s Repertory Season in Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich between 7 and 16 June.

Red Dragonfly Productions was founded after RSC’s The Orphan of Zhao debacle and has been touring Chinese classics and East Asian stories and championing British East Asian (BEA) artists around the UK since 2013. This year, however, the company has taken quite a turn in artistic direction in casting British Caucasian, British South Asian and Mixed-Race actors in their adaptation of a Chinese classic - Monkey.

“By having companies that are only made up of a specific ethnicity,” says Michelle Yim, British-Chinese actress and founder of Red Dragonfly Productions, “I fear we are stumbling towards some kind of segregated theatre, and that was not why I started up Red Dragonfly. We should share each other’s stories and by doing so grow as artists and as a community. We tour extensively around the UK and our audiences, I am pleased to say, are very representative of the local communities. Yes they are predominantly white but they also include East Asian, South Asian and Black faces, and that is what I feel theatre should be about - it is a place for us to come together and share stories - because our stories are for everyone and, especially in a time when Britain is so divided, we need to be inclusive.”

Monkey and The White Bone Demon is a story taken from the Chinese classic 'A Journey To The West'. The cast will also rep in Taking Flight New Writing Festival, short new plays from an Eastern perspective by emerging British playwrights, and a hilarious stage adaptation of Henry Fielding's 'Tom Jones', a bawdy romp through 18th Century Somersetshire.

When asked if Red Dragonfly is not afraid of the controversy that might arise similar to RSC’s incident in 2013, Yim replied: “Where does it say what race a monkey god, a pig demon and a river demon are? The fantastical nature of Monkey’s story is perfect for a mixed and diverse cast. We are also performing it in Rep which needs a diverse cast, and by including Tom Jones in the programme our cast get the opportunity to appear in a classic British play - something BAME actors have very little opportunity to do.

The productions are part of a travelling theatre and film festival that will be visiting Greenwich for the first time from 7th June to 16th June this year. Nomad Festival will literally pop-up at Cutty Sark grounds in its own 14m Geodesic Dome.

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Colin Ingram and Peter Kane for InTheatre, Marc David Levine and Curve


Until Saturday 31st August 2019

Jamie Wilson and Gavin Kalin are delighted to announce the UK premiere of ON YOUR FEET! The Story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan, which will play a limited season at the London Coliseum until Saturday 31st August 2019. Tickets are on sale now.

LORIA ESTEFAN has also released a conga video for the UK Premiere:

ON YOUR FEET! is the inspiring true love story of Emilio and Gloria and charts their journey from its origins in Cuba, onto the streets of Miami and finally to international superstardom and features some of the most iconic pops songs of the era, including ‘Rhythm is Gonna Get You’, ‘Conga’, ‘Get On Your Feet’, ‘Don’t Want To Lose You Now’ and ‘1-2-3’.

Gloria Estefan has sold over 100 million records worldwide and is the most successful Latin crossover performer in the history of pop music. In addition to her 38 number 1 hits across the Billboard charts, Gloria recorded the Oscar-nominated song ‘Music of My Heart’ and has received numerous honours and awards over the course of her illustrious career. Emilio Estefan is a founding member of the pioneering Miami Sound Machine, who created a brand new Latin crossover sound – fusing infectious Cuban rhythms with American pop and disco. Combined, they have won a staggering 26 Grammy awards..

The Tony Award® nominated show ran on Broadway for two years, playing for over 750 performances. It is currently on a two year US tour, whilst the production in Holland continues until August.

ON YOUR FEET! is directed by two-time Tony Award® winner Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde), with choreography by Olivier Award-winner Sergio Trujillo (Jersey Boys) and book by Academy Award® winner Alexander Dinelaris (Birdman).

Christie Prades will play ‘Gloria Estefan’, George Ioannides ‘Emilio Estefan’ and at certain performances the role of ‘Gloria Estefan’ will be played by Philippa Stefani. Madalena Alberto will play ‘Gloria Fajardo’, Karen Mann ‘Consuelo’.

Christie Prades played the role of ‘Gloria Estefan’ in “On Your Feet!” on Broadway and can currently be seen in the same role on the US tour of the show. Christie’s other credits include ‘Vanessa’ in “In the Heights”and “West Side Story”.

George Ioannides has appeared in the West End productions of “Annie” and “Mamma Mia!” and was most recently seen as ‘Eduardo Cortez’ in “An Officer and a Gentleman” at Curve, Leicester and on national tour.

Philippa Stefani played ‘Mimi’ in the recent national tour of “Rent”. She has also played ‘Daniela’ in “In The Heights” at King’s Cross Theatre. Her other theatre credits include the original London casts of “Wicked” at the Apollo Victoria and “I Can’t Sing” and “Sister Act”, both at the London Palladium. She has also appeared in “High Society at the Old Vic and ”Ghost” at the Piccadilly Theatre.

Madalena Alberto’s West End credits include the title role in “Evita” at the Dominion Theatre and ‘Grizabella’ in “Cats” at the London Palladium. She has also appeared as ‘Fantine’ in the 25th Anniversary tour of “Les Miserables” and was most recently seen as ‘Giulietta’ in “Aspects of Love” at the Southwark Playhouse.

Karen Mann’s many credits include ‘Golde’ in the national tour of “Fiddler on the Roof” opposite Paul Michael Glaser, ‘Marley’ in “Scrooge” at Curve and ‘Mother Superior’ in “Sister Act” also at Curve and on national tour. Her extensive work at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury includes ‘Gladys’ in “Copacabana”, ‘Viv’ in “Spend Spend Spend” and ‘Mrs Lovett in “Sweeney Todd”, which transferred to both the New Ambassadors Theatre and Trafalgar Studios.

Completing the cast will be Hollie Cassar, Francisco Del Solar, Katie Dunsden, Eduardo Enrikez, Laura Friedrich Tejero, Denzel Giskus, Francesca Lara Gordon, Yonly Leyva Desdunes, Elia Lo Tauro, Martin McCarthy, Alicia Mencía, Ciro Lourencio Meulens, Carl Patrick, Clayton Rosa, Julia Ruiz Fernandez, Shanna Michelle Slaap, Dawnita Smith, Frank van Hengel, Despina Violari and Alain Zambrana Borges.

Klaudia Gjergji, Holly McDonagh, Emily Perra will share the role of ‘Little Gloria’ and Santiago Huertas Ruiz, Jonathan Naranjo, Alejandro Puentes Motato will share the role of Nayib/Young Emilio/Jeremy.  

Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm
Thursdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm, Sundays at 3pm

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