Richard O’Brien’s ‘The Rocky Horror Show’ has to be one of the strangest, wackiest, yet oddly compelling cult musicals to still be a huge hit. Since it was released in film form over forty years ago the stage version continues to attract both ardent fans and new audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
This quirky show is a parody of classic horror movies with a twist, when two young college graduates on their way to visit their old professor their car breaks down as just as we would all do they head for the creepy old mansion for help where they meet Dr The Rocky Horror Show’ is so loved by its fans that you will often find yourself in queues flanked by middle aged men in stockings and suspenders and normally sedate women dressed to thrill.
Its all part of the fun and entering into the spirit of the show can only make the whole experience more memorable.The wonderful rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack is explosive and thrilling, a story full of innuendo, with plenty of rude crude humour appeals to many and what should be shocking is actually rather good fun and you cant help but join in with the pelvic-thrusting Time Warp.
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London theatres reopen, here are the next shows
After months of closure and waiting, it seems that soon we will be able to return to the theatre. Meanwhile, one after another, the major London theatres announce their program and reopenings. It seems that this is the right time, meanwhile many shows already have tickets on sale. Some shows will start in April, but the majority will start in May/June.
The pandemic left several hugely successful shows like Hamilton on hold and delayed the start of expected shows like Frozen and the Bob Marley musical. In any case, buy tickets from an authorized dealer with this logo, should there be other closures for the pandemic, you will get a refund via a voucher or another ticket.
It is hoped, however, that the pandemic is under control with vaccines, although there may actually be surprises. But life is short and you also have to live, so London is reopening and hopes to be back as before soon.
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London Theatre: Back to the Future the Musical
From 21 June 2021 the musical Back to the Future will start in London, which as the title says is the theatrical and musical version of the famous film.
The musical is expected to remain in London until at least February 13, 2022. The show lasts two hours and 40 minutes and is located at the Adelphi Theater Strand, London, WC2R 0NS
The beloved 1985 film Back to the Future was a huge success and eventually produced two more films, a television series, a ride in a theme park and video games. In addition to being the highest-grossing film of the year, Back to the Future was honored with numerous Oscar, BAFTA and Golden Globe nominations as well as a Hugo Award, a Saturn Award and an Academy Award. You may never have thought of wanting to see a musical from this famous film, but now that you know that it exists, you may want to.
London Theatre: Wicked
This long-beloved London musical returns on May 23 after the pandemic has stopped. A reinterpretation inspired by the book of the Wizard of Oz which was a huge success with the public. He will be in London at least until November 27th. The show lasts two hours and 45 minutes.
The show is held at the Apollo Victoria theatre which is close to the station of the same name, therefore not quite in the West End. Apollo Victoria Theatre 17 Wilton Road, London, SW1V 1LG
Based on the novel by Gregory Maguire that ingeniously reimagines the stories and characters created by L. Frank Baum in “The Marvelous Wizard of Oz,” Wicked tells the incredible untold story of an unlikely but deep friendship between two young women who first meet as students of witchcraft. Their extraordinary adventures in Oz will eventually see them fulfill their fates as Glinda The Good and the Wicked Witch of the West.
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