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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Top Summer Theatre Shows in London : Angelina Lawson - Guest Author

Top Summer Theatre Shows in London

The London theatre scene is famous all over the world, and rightly so. Few cities can match its breadth and depth. The options range from big, vibrant and lavish to simple and serious. Some of the shows are brand new and some are old favourites. Others are making a comeback after years of being on the shelf.

It’s summertime! The days are long and the nights light up with excitement. This year’s productions have been running for a while, all of the kinks have been worked out, and both professional reviewers and London theatre fans have picked their favourites. There’s no better time to go out to a show, especially in the west end, on the Strand.

 At the
Adelphi Theatre, Sweeny Todd is back with a vengeance. This production, starring Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton, has been described by the Financial Times as “…relishing its excesses yet still savouring its delicacy. It’s a dark, glinting treat.” and by the Daily Telegraph as “dark, nightmarish and thrilling.”

If you’re looking for something new and different, a bit edgy but family-friendly, then pick up tickets for Matilda The Musical at the Cambridge Theatre. This hilarious story of a smart girl in an dumb world was written by Roald Dahl and directed by Matthew Warchus. It is populated by talented professionals, young and old, and the Telegraph calls it “the best new British musical since Billy Elliot.”

Incidentally, you can still see a top quality production of Billy Elliot, if you’re so inclined. It’s at the Victoria Palace Theatre. Singing in the Rain, new and also at the Palace, and the Lion King, still at the Lyceum, are also reputed to be top quality, light entertainment.

Finally, if your ideal night out in London does not involve signing actors, you probably already know that War Horse, at the New London Theatre, is unmissable. Eugene O’Neill’s masterpiece Long Day’s Journey into Night is well acted at the Apollo, on Shaftesbury Ave. If you need a laugh, then the Wyndham's Theatre’s production of Abigail's Party will not disappoint.

Don’t miss the exciting plays, new and continuing, that London has to offer this season.
Nothing can compare to a night out at the theatre!

Author Bio:  Angelina Lawson is a Content Writer with an interest in topics relating Theatre, Films, art, culture etc. You can follow her @boxofficeltd on Twitter.


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