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Theatre, Music & Dance

Love theatre, music and dance? We cut through the noise to find and review the very best in the creative arts. If you want to book tickets, look no further. We edit the best upcoming London theatre to book now, ensuring you stay one step ahead. Everyone knows the best tickets sell out fast, so we make it our mission to keep you in the loop. Reviews are a regular feature, as we showcase the hottest new plays to hit the stage and find out if they hit the mark. And if they're worth your hard-earned money.

Best Music Festivals in Europe

10 of the Best Music Festivals in Europe this Summer

Maximise your festival experience by turning it into a holiday. Here's our round-up of the best music festivals in Europe
London theatre

The Best Upcoming London Theatre to Book Now

The London theatre programme for spring and summer is set to be a scorcher; here's what you should book now

STYX Bar and Theatre Space are Bringing the 90’s Back

STYX bar and arts space are celebrating the pre-millennial culture scene with a revival of the 90’s most experimental theatre
Theatre review

Theatre Review: Mule at the Clapham Omnibus Theatre

A compelling production bringing humanity to two misrepresented figures and exploring the murky, hedonistic world of drug smuggling.

6 Beautiful Ballets to Book this Winter

Whether you're ready for winter or not, there is nothing that sums up the season better than a night at the ballet. We've rounded up 6 of London's finest...
theatre review

Theatre Review: The Diary of A Hounslow Girl

From traditional Pakistani weddings to brawls on the night bus, this poignant production highlights the challenges of being brought up as a young woman in a traditional Muslim family alongside the temptations and influences grow-ing up in and around London.
halloween events

Halloween in London: The Top Hellishly Good Events

From horror movie screenings, all-out fancy dress balls or glamorous themed dinner parties, we've got your night covered so you can sleep tight.
dominic cooper the libertine

Theatre Review: The Libertine

Dominic Cooper captivates as satirist John Wilmot, the seventeenth century party-boy whose name became synonymous with debauchery Words Helen Brown It’s the late seventeenth century and Charles II is at the helm of a newly restored...
Jess and Joe Forever

Theatre Review: Jess and Joe Forever

Zoe Cooper's Jess and Joe Forever is a coming-of-teenage tale
funny girl

Funny Girl at The Savoy Theatre

Behind the boisterous humour and resilient charm, there is a sadness in this production of Funny Girl that captures the imagination


Win Tickets to Kew the Music Summer Picnic Concerts

Win A Pair Of Tickets to Kew the Music 2017 Summer Picnic Concerts Kew the Music is a glorious week-long festival of summer picnic concerts...