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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.

new theatre

New Theatre for 2018: Here’s What to Book Now

The curtains have closed on 2017 so a fresh wave of new theatre is gracing London's stages; here's  what to look forward to this year
Witness for the Prosecution

Absolutely Review: Witness For The Prosecution At County Hall

The new production of Witness for the Prosecution has an extra layer of drama in the venue itself. It keeps audiences guessing…
what's on in London

What’s on in London: 6 of the Best Things in South West London this...

From modern art to old classics in children's theatre, we've got something for everyone this December in our latest what's on in London
Theatre

Best in Show: 5 Unmissable Theatre Shows For December

From Pinocchio to The Twilight Zone: spend a cosy evening in London Theatre land with our top stage picks for this December
Rules for Living

Rules for Living Takes Centre Stage at Rose Theatre Kingston

Rules for Living takes an inside look into the dramatics of Christmas Day, and how one family deals with the anxieties they each face
Catherine Steadman

Downton Abbey Star Catherine Steadman Makes the Move from Screen to Stage

We talk comedy, crime and theatre with Downton Abbey star Catherine Steadman as she prepares for her leading role in Witness for the Prosecution
Ink Review

Ink Review: The Newspaper Drama Moves to West End

Lined will tension, moral dilemmas and hilarity, Ink gives an inside look into the drama-filled newspaper business of the 1970s.
follies review

Follies Review: Dominic Cooke’s New Production at the National Theatre

Stephen Sondheim’s musical masterpiece, Follies is revived with a star-laden cast, masterly music and show-stopping choreography at the National Theatre
theatre to Book

Best in Show: This is the Theatre You Need to Book Now for October

With the nights drawing in, there’s no better way to spend an evening than in the land of theatre; here's the best in show for October theatre
Theatre to Book Now for the Winter Months

Theatre to Book Now for the Winter Months

From classical Christmas tales to modern scripts, there is something for everyone this winter season. With award winning production teams and star studded casts in place, tickets for the following will get snapped up fast

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7 of the Best London Gastropubs to Check Out Now

From Sunday roasts and mid-week brunches to craft cocktails and obscure ales, the city's pub scene has it all. These are our seven favourite London gastropubs to have on your radar...
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3 Sugar-Free Dessert Recipes for Your Next Dinner Party

Craving a delicious treat minus the sugar hit? Try these sugar-free dessert recipes; they're indulgent, decadent, delicious and practically guilt-free. Enjoy! 
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Escape the Rat Race with These Far-Flung Spa Destinations

Book in some proper TLC time this year with these stunning far-flung spa destinations. Your London commute never seemed so far away…
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What’s On this Weekend in London: 23rd-25th February

New Orleans in Brixton, a street food business masterclass and a chance to get a piece of the fashion action; here's what's on this weekend in London
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3 Quick Vegetarian Recipes to Try This Week

After a busy day, it's nice to come home to a quick dinner solution. Here at Absolutely, we've rounded up the best quick vegetarian recipes.