Posted: 2/18/14 at 08:30am
I have been in London in September, 2013, and I saw a lot of musicals and plays.

I'll come back to London in March, and I want to know what are the best suggestions nowadays.

Updated On: 2/18/14 at 08:30 AM
Posted: 2/18/14 at 09:14am
My initial list:

St James Theatre - Urinetown

London Palladium - I Can't Sing - The X Factor Musical

Shaftsbury Theatre - From Here To Eternity

Noel Coward Theatre- The Full Monty

Aldwych Theatre - Stephen Ward

Palace Theatre - The Commitments

Gielgud Theatre- Blithe Spirit
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Posted: 2/18/14 at 10:03am
Of the musicals on your list, I would say that THE COMMITMENTS is a "must see" - if for no other reason that Killian Donnelly's phenomenal performance. FROM HERE TO ETERNITY is also well worth seeing (before it closes).

I've not seen Urinetown or I Can't Sing yet myself - will be seeing both of them in March!

If you are interested in seeing Off-West End productions (which is the best musical theatre in London IMO), FINIAN'S RAINBOW will be at the Union Theatre until March 15
and IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE, IT'S SUPERMAN will be at the Olde Rose And Crown Theatre from March 4 to 22.

THEATRE 2014: Seasons Greetings**** Suessical**** Stephen Ward* Meet Me In St Louis**** A Christmas Carol***** Kiss Me Kate**** Brent Barrett (cabaret)***** Shakespeare4Kidz Macbeth**** Jersey Boys**** Liz Callaway (cabaret)***** From Here To Eternity**** Putting It Together***** The Wit And Wimsy Of Alexander Bermange**** Kerrigan & Lowdermilk concert***** Fame**** Urinetown***** Finian's Rainbow**** Tom**** Songs In The Key Of Streisand***** Shona White (cabaret)***** Run, Fatboy, Run (concert)***** It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's Superman!***** Molly Wobbly***** Bouncers (Swansea Grand)**** Ushers**** The Beautiful Game*****
Updated On: 2/18/14 at 10:03 AM


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