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Until Saturday 6th January 2018
Chickenshed, Chase Side, Southgate, London N14 4PE

Chickenshed present:

Rapunzel, as you've never seen her before!

Chickenshed is delighted to present a new and exciting musical version of the well-loved fairy tale, Rapunzel this Christmas. Mysterious, romantic and life-affirming, this will be a dramatic re-telling of a story you thought you knew!

Rapunzel has little memory of her life before the tower, but yearns to be free. The woods that surround the tower are full of fantastic and astounding creatures - and while Rapunzel's famous long hair may give her incredible abilities, she learns that her true strength comes from within. Strength which she may need sooner than she thinks, as some unexpected strangers are about to arrive unannounced...!

Featuring Chickenshed's famously large and amazingly diverse cast, this magical, musical and mysterious version of Rapunzel will dazzle and delight children and adults alike.

For ages: 5+

 Evenings at 7pm
Matinees: 12pm, 1pm, 1.30pm, 3pm and 5.30pm on selected dates

Off Peak: £14 - £20
Peak: £15 - £22.50
Schools: £10 - £11.50

Box Office:
Phone: 020 8292 9222
Email: bookings(at symbol)

Friday 15th December 2017 until Sunday 7th January 2018
Karma Sanctum Hotel, Warwick Street, London W1B 5NF

Simon Gross presents:


Londons adults only naughtiest pantomime is back yes Snow White And The Seven Poofs returns to London's West End for 2017 .
From the team that brought you the 2012 Leicester Square production they return with a brand new production for 2017!
The show will star Big Brothers Mr Showbiz Simon Gross as Queen Showbiz and the inimitable Vicki Vivacious in the title role of Snow White .

Join Snow White and all her friends Butch, Dom, Fag Hag, Muscle Mary , Prince Donkey Dick for a helping of delicious pantomime campery.
With feel good party anthems Get The Party Started, Hot Stuff, YMCA, and seven of the most outrageous dwarfs ever to be seen in pantomime history this hilarious modern day twist is guaranteed to kick start your Christmas with a BANG !

Please note this is an adult only pantomime and definitely not suitable for children, the faint hearted , and persons of a prudish nature.

 Evenings at 7.30pm
Matinees: 4pm on 17th December 2017 and 7th January 2018
No performances on 24th, 25th, 26th and 31st December 2017 and 1st January 2018


Box Office:
Phone: 0333 666 3366  £1.50 handling fee)

Until 16th December 2017

Ray Rackham Productions present:

by Don Cotter
Directed by Ray Rackham

London Theatre Workshop, Leadenhall Market, 88 Gracechurch Street (above the New Moon pub), London EC3V 0DN

 Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales, this tragi-comedy is a fascinating new play from an exciting new playwright. Set in Brighton, England during the 1960s, middle-aged Freddie is suffering from undiagnosed Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and has inherited a three bedroom house which he now shares with his younger partner, the aspiring musician, Ted. When Freddie intercepts a life-changing letter addressed to Ted, his fragile hold on reality begins to crumble.

“But that’s how things used to be. It’s 1967. We’re legal now. No more living in fear. No more waiting for the dreaded knock upon the door. Times are changing for the better, Freddie, and we have to change with them. That’s why I’m catching that train tomorrow. And that’s why you have to let me.”

Nearest Public Transport and directions: Monument Tube (directions: from Monument station walk along Gracechurch Street, past House of Fraser and TK Maxx up towards Cornhill and Bishopsgate. We are opposite the Crosse Keys pub and above the New Moon Pub on the corner of Leadenhall Market).

Monday to Saturday at 7.30pm

Ticket Price: £16, concessions £12.

Box Office:
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Winner of the Evening Standard’s Award for “Musical Event of the Year” in 2000
One of modern dance’s most thrilling and entertaining shows based on Bizet’s popular opera Carmen
Filmed live at Sadler’s Wells for Sky Arts in 2015 and screened in cinemas worldwide

First seen in 2000, The Car Man is a signature production for internationally acclaimed choreographer, Matthew Bourne.
The stage show has been a smash-hit in the UK and around the world and this recording for Sky Arts was made at Sadler’s Wells during the show’s must recent revival in 2015.

Loosely based on Bizet’s popular opera, Carmen, and notable for its frank depictions of violence and sex, it has one of the most thrilling and instantly recognisable scores in classical music, brilliantly arranged by Terry Davies to create a complete score.

The familiar 19th Century Spanish cigarette factory becomes a greasy 1960s garage-diner in the American mid-west where the dreams and passions of a small town are shattered by the arrival of a handsome stranger. Fuelled by heat and desire, the townsfolk are driven into an unstoppable spiral of greed, lust, betrayal and revenge.

Lez Bortherston’s epic set design and Chris Davey’s meticulously zoned lighting perfectly complement Matthew Bourne’s vivid choreographic storytelling, which reveals influences of noir cinema, principally the various versions of James M. Cain’s The Postman Always Rings Twice.

The Making of The Car Man (17 minutes) features interviews with leading dancers Zizi Strallen, Chris Trenfield, Dominic North and Kate Lyons
in addition to composer Terry Davies and New Adventures’ founder, Matthew Bourne.


Ends 31st December 2017

London’s favourite purrrveyors of dark and daring cabaret entertainment return with a spectacular festive
show at Christmas In Leicester Square. Starting Saturday 11th November, and rounding off the run with a
huge New Year’s Eve ball, Black Cat Cabaret’s show will bring high-kicking showgirls, jaw-dropping
acrobats, comic street singers, musicians, aerialists and a belle epoque sense of giddy abandonment to the fine
feline surroundings of the wooden-panelled, 1920’s Paradiso spiegeltent. The venue is located in one of
London’s most iconic squares – specially transformed for the season into a traditional European Christmas
market, complete with hand-crafted goods and delicious festive food and drinks.

As seen at the Underbelly Festival this summer, The Black Cat is the place to experience modern cabaret in all
of its wondrous forms – from the sacred to the profane, the lyrical to the downright louche. Inspired by vintage,
after-hours Montmartre, this full-length show is made up of a veritable who’s who of the London scene.

Presided over by The Black Cat’s “compère beyond compare” Dusty Limits, the show’s combination of cabaret, musical
and comic acts with high skills circus, original music and choreography makes this a performance like no other.
International special guests for this seasonal run include daredevil cyr wheel maestro Jo Moss, bawdy operatic
physical comedy from Bowjangles quartet, spine-tingling, jaw-dropping cellist and vocalist Laura Moody,
strange and seductive drag starlet Meth, and pristine pedlars of partner acrobatics Leon & Klodi. All of whom
will be appearing alongside perennial Black Cat favourites Dusty Limits, Katharine Arnold, Missy Fatale,
Lili La Scala and Florian Brooks.

In addition to five festive dates across November and December, Black Cat is inviting guests to make the leap
into 2018 with a New Year’s Eve soirée like no other. Revellers at The Black Cat Ball will be treated to a cabaret
show, a promenade circus spectacle presented by Dusty Limits, live music from carnival show-band
extraordinaire Tankus the Henge, and an extended set from The Black Cat Dandy DJs -guaranteed to keep guests
dancing all night. With a dress code of ‘gold, red or black; silver-screen sirens & dapper gents’ price of
admission includes a glass of bubbly and entry for the whole night.

General information can be found at

Spiegeltent, Leicester Square, London WC2H 7DE

Sat 16th Dec 7.30pm,
Thu 28th Dec 7.30pm, Sun 31st Dec 6.30pm – 2am

Ticket Prices:
From £24

Box Office:
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Bishopsgate Institute presents

Based on a Conception of Jerome Robbins
Book by Arthur Laurents, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim with music by Leonard Bernstein

The Great Hall, Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4QH

From 26th June until 1st July 2018

West Side Story is set on the streets of New York’s Upper West Side and explores the rivalry between two gangs, The Jets and The Sharks. Amidst all the gang warfare, Tony from The Jets falls in love with Maria, who is the sister of the leader of The Sharks. The dark themes, sophisticated music score and electric writing bring the story of Romeo and Juliet into the 20th century.

The Bishopsgate Institute production of West Side Story with full orchestra will be performed to celebrate the centennials of the birth of Leonard Bernstein, who composed West Side Story, and of Jerome Robbins, who directed and choreographed the original production. This high-quality amateur production is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Europe) and ties in seamlessly with themes highlighted in Bishopsgate Institute’s special collections and archives which contain images and materials exploring cultural tensions and post-war daily urban life in both New York and London. The piece is based on a conception of Jerome Robbins, with music written by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics written by Stephen Sondheim.

This production is under amateur licence and the actors will be amateurs, but the creative team and the orchestra are multi-award nominated professionals who have been invited to ensure the highest quality of experience for the cast and audience, in line with Bishopsgate Institute’s philosophy. The production will be directed by Toby Hine and choreographed by Lemington Ridley, with the Musical Director to be announced. The show will be produced by Francesca Canty for Bishopsgate Institute.

This production will be set in the stunning 120-year-old Great Hall at Bishopsgate Institute, performed in the round with limited cabaret seating. Providing a rare opportunity to experience the show with a full 29-piece orchestration, played by the best up-and-coming professional musicians in an extraordinary setting, this will be an up close and personal performance as the streets of New York take over the Great Hall, with cast members weaving in and out of the audience as the show goes on.

Casting announcements and further details coming soon.

Twitter: @Bishopsgatelnst
Instagram: @BishopsgateInstitute

Evenings 7.30pm, matinees 2.30pm

Ticket Prices:
Booking opens soon.

Box Office:
Phone: 020 7392 9200



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