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Shows You’ll Want To See More Than Once

Wednesday, 4th Nov 2015

When it comes to paying a visit to the theatre, once is sometimes simply not enough. Just like our favourite films, some shows are just too good not to see twice. Here are 5 shows we can’t get enough of!

The Lion King 

We don’t think we could ever grow tired of this Disney inspired classic set on Africa’s Serengeti Plains where we watch Simba’s transformation from a curious lion cub into the King of the Pridelands. The heart-warming and adventurous tale is a family favourite around the world with a powerful music line-up and impressive array of costumes, brought to life by an extremely talented cast .

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical 

Because no night is ever the same this is one show that can be experienced for the first time, every time. Everything is made up entirely on the spot with the audience in charge of picking the what, where and whom of the story line. It’s then up to the hilarious cast to throw together a performance (music and choreography included!) right then and there. No pressure of course.

Les Miserables 

There’s a reason it’s the longest running musical it world – well, quite a few actually! After recently celebrating its 30th year run in London’s West End, the dramatic storyline and recognisable soundtrack has been witnessed live on stage by over 70 million people in 42 countries worldwide as well as taken home over 76 international awards. So for all those who haven’t yet seen it, where have you been! 

Phantom Of The Opera

 The Phantom of the Opera is here where we have no doubt it will stay for many years to come. The phant-abulous show is also in its 30th year and encapsulates everything a true, epic love story should from passion, mystery and desire to powerful opera tunes and magnificent special effects. Need we say more?

Bend It Like Beckham

Recently voted as Time Out’s Best West End Musical and extending its booking period due to popular demand, there’s no surprise why this brilliantly British story has made the successful leap from film to stage. Now with a Bhangra infused musical twist, theatregoers continue to be charmed by the show’s relatable storyline of facing diversity and following our hearts to achieve our goals…quite literally that is.

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