aspect of Love

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ASPECTS OF LOVE is opening at The Lyric Theatre on the 12th May 2023 for a limited 26-week run until the 11th November 2023. 34 years after starring in the original West End production, Michael Ball returns to the much-loved musical, this time playing the role of George.

Based on the novel by David Garnett and directed by Jonathan Kent, this heart-breaking story of passion, love, life and loss in post-war France and Italy follows three generations of the Dillingham family spanning over 17 years. With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart, the story proves how love really does… change everything.

Joining Michael Ball and John Bogyo will be Laura Pitt-Pulford as Rose, Danielle De Niese as Giulietta and Anna Unwin as Jenny.

ASPECTS OF LOVE will open at The Lyric Theatre on the 12th May 2023. Book London theatre tickets now.


& Juliet

The remixed version of the greatest love story of all time has officially come to a close in London. On Saturday &JULIET played its final performance at The Shaftesbury Theatre.

From the writers of Schitt’s Creek, &JULIET is a pop musical celebrating the legendary songwriter Max Martin filled with classic hits we all know and love. The incredible soundtrack includes hits from icons like Britney Spears, Katy Perry, The Backstreet Boys and Demi Lovato. This clever and witty retelling of Shakespeare’s most well-known play may have taken its final bow on the West End but don’t fear this isn’t the end. The show has announced plans to tour the UK from 2024 and has recently opened on Broadway. Further details for the tour including dates, venues and casting are yet to be confirmed.


A strange loop ticket

The smash-hit Broadway production of A STRANGE LOOP is set to transfer from New York to The West End this summer. The show will open at The Barbican Theatre on the 17th June for a strictly limited 12-week season.

The musical written by Michael R. Jackson was nominated for 11 Tony Awards and won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It was first produced off-Broadway in 2019 and then premiered on Broadway at The Lyceum Theatre in April 2022, where it went on to win ‘Best Musical’ and ‘Best Book of a Musical’ at the 75th Tony Awards.

The show follows the story of Usher, a Black queer man writing a musical about a Black queer man writing a musical about a Black queer man… hence the strange loop.

A STRANGE LOOP is only the 10th musical ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama with the previous winner being Hamilton. This powerful and thought-provoking production is sure to wow the audiences of London just as much as it did in New York after winning every Best New Musical Award in New York. You don’t want to miss this.

A STRANGE LOOP will open at The Barbican on the 17th June 2023.

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