Take a look at some of the best theatre tickets available this year
2016 is going to be a big year for London theatres. We have a plethora of new shows coming on sale soon and there are a lot of shows that have just been released and earned favourable reviews.
Each year, we tend to find a number of big productions that have theatre critics excited for what they may be like. Last year, we had big name celebrities taking centre stage in London, such as Bradley Cooper in The Elephant Man and Jim Broadbent in the Dickens classic A Christmas Carol. This year, we have British TV favourite Sheridan Smith starring in Funny Girl, Friends favourite Matthew Perry starring in his own production of The End of Longing and songstress Pixie Lott performing in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Plus, stay tuned for many more theatre shows yet to be announced for 2016!
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This is going to be a big 2016 London theatre production, tickets are now on sale here.
Its roots originate from 1980s Broadway and popularity for the production has gathered pace ever since. The film version, which saw Jennifer Hudson wow cinemas with her performance, also helped to make this script one that audiences in both the US and UK have taken to their hearts.
From April 2016, here comes a show that has audiences very excited and it’s easy to see why. The Broadway and film version have been fan favourites for many years, and this is the second time London audiences will get the chance to see Funny Girl on stage; the first time it opened was in 1966 when Barbra Streisand initially starred.
You can catch Sheridan Smith as the iconic Fanny Brice at the Savoy Theatre, London.
2016 is the Year of Theatre
If you haven’t booked to see a theatre show in London for some time, why not make 2016 the year to experience some of the best upcoming shows our great city has to offer. If you live in London, there are matinee and evening performances to choose from where you can indulge in a spot of shopping or a pre-theatre meal beforehand. For those travelling from further afield, why not make your 2016 theatre experience into something more special and stay in a hotel overnight? Take a look at our hotel and theatre packages here.
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