Take a sneak peek at Shout! – The Mod Musical in our Facebook live video

Shout! the Mod Musical opened this week at Blackpool Opera House and we got a sneak peek of what you can expect when we snuck into rehearsals last week. Shout!...

Shout! the Mod Musical opened this week at Blackpool Opera House and we got a sneak peek of what you can expect when we snuck into rehearsals last week.

Shout! The Mod Musical tells the story of five unlikely friends as they come of age during the Swinging Sixties, including all the eye-popping fashion and psychedelic dances from the era.

BluesFest is back for 2016 next weekend! Here’s all you need to know

For the fourth time, BluesFest takes over The O2 tent with shows across three venues across three days – blues galore! A star-studded line-up and incredible atmosphere will make for an unforgettable weekend.

For the second time, BluesFest takes over The O2 tent with shows across three venues across three days – blues galore! A star-studded line-up and incredible atmosphere will make for an unforgettable weekend.

There’s a lot going on in the O2 next weekend for BluesFest 2016, from big headline shows in the arena featuring Maxwell & Mary J Blige, to smaller intimate shows at the Indigo and Brooklyn Bowl.

The legendary Phil Collins returns to the stage in 2017 – and we’ve got all the details

Stepping out of retirement (which he’d previously announced in 2011), Phil Collins will bring his live show back on the road with a string of dates across Europe. One of...

Stepping out of retirement (which he’d previously announced in 2011), Phil Collins will bring his live show back on the road with a string of dates across Europe.

One of the best British musicians ever, Phil Collins will play a five-night residency at the Royal Albert Hall next June, along with further dates in Paris and Cologne.

Weekend city guide: 21 – 23 October

The fourth weekend of October packs a lot for everyone to enjoy! There’s so much going on we can barely contain ourselves.

The fourth weekend of October packs a lot for everyone to enjoy!

There’s so much going on we can barely contain ourselves. Along with an American football game at Twickenham Stadium, see the world’s longest running play, laugh it up with one of the UK’s funniest ladies and get into the groove with The Next Step dancers. Plus, you’ll find awesome gigs and concerts from bands (like Poliça!) in all parts of the country.

The Naked and Famous share their essential tracks with us

New Zealand indie rock band The Naked and Famous are back on UK soil next year, with dates in Edinburgh, Manchester and London – and we can’t wait. What makes...

New Zealand indie rock band The Naked and Famous are back on UK soil next year, with dates in Edinburgh, Manchester and London – and we can't wait.

Miss Saigon announces major UK tour

Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed new production of Boubil and Schönberg’s legendary Miss Saigon is about to embark on a major UK tour. Following a smash hit run in the West End...

Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed new production of Boubil and Schönberg’s legendary Miss Saigon is about to embark on a major UK tour.

Following a smash hit run in the West End – which saw the production with nine Whatsonstage Awards in 2015 – the musical will embark on a new tour for 2017.

Don’t miss the West End’s newest play Dead Funny with our no booking fee offer

Dead Funny will return to the West End this month starring some of the UK’s hottest comedy talent. Starring comedy big-hitters Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd, In The Club, Humans),...

Dead Funny will return to the West End this month starring some of the UK's hottest comedy talent.

Review: The Dresser, Duke of York’s Theatre

It’s becoming something of a current theme in the West End for one show to be about putting on another. Funny Girl. Gypsy. The Libertine. All are shows of recent...

It’s becoming something of a current theme in the West End for one show to be about putting on another.

Funny Girl. Gypsy. The Libertine. All are shows of recent months that have explored the relationship between the craft of the stage and the performer, each to varying degrees of success, pathos and drama.

Review: Murder Ballad, The Arts Theatre

There’s something quite special about Murder Ballad – the current production packing out The Arts Theatre in London’s West End. The quartet of performers appearing in the show are all...

There’s something quite special about Murder Ballad – the current production packing out The Arts Theatre in London’s West End.

The quartet of performers appearing in the show are all powerhouses of the stage, with countless West End and Broadway credits between them. And so, in many ways, just the fact that they are performing together, in such an intimate setting as The Arts, is as good a reason as any to go and see the show.

10 of the best Dirty Dancing moments to get you pumped for its West End run

We can all agree that the 1987 dance movie is one of the best of all time – the plot, the music and the Swayze! And now Dirty Dancing is making a return...

We can all agree that the 1987 dance movie is one of the best of all time – the plot, the music and the Swayze!

And now Dirty Dancing is making a return to the West End for a limited run at the Phoenix Theatre from 6 December 2016.

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