5 musicals to see in London, if you haven’t already
The UK has seen record breaking temperatures this summer, which inevitably encouraged people to make the most of their weekends. Summer also brings about nostalgia vibes and al fresco experiences. We all love a sing-a-long, so bring on award winning and critically acclaimed musicals to keep us entertained for the rest of the summer:
1. The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre – Award winning adaptation of the Disney’s animated film of the same name, has been going strong since 1999.
2. TINA – The Tina Turner Musical at Aldwych Theatre – One of the most highly anticipated musicals in years, showcases the extraordinary life of a music industry heavyweight.
3. Dreamgirls at the Savoy Theatre – Inspired by the Oscar-award winning film that brought us the sounds of black America in the 1960s and led to Jennifer Hudson wining the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. If you don’t want to see this one indoors, Block Party Cinema will be screening the original 2006 film, al fresco style on 18th August – tickets available via http://www.blockpartycinema.co.uk/
This summer just won’t stop giving and neither will we! ☀️🍿 Celebrate the ☀️ Block Party style with our gigantic outdoor screening of Dreamgirls at the historic Ally Pally! As if great views and cinema are not enough, sing a long with Beyonce and the gang during our Diva themed silent disco before the main event. 🎧 Very limited bean bag tickets for this one so don’t be a slouch! 🍿(see bio) #outdoorcinema #popup #summer #fun #events #allpally #picnic #beyonce #dreamgirls #blackcinema #diva #silent #disco #london #party #views #blockpartycinema
4. Hamilton: An American Musical at Victoria Palace Theatre – The critically acclaimed ‘story of America’ drew praise and controversy after casting non-white actors as the founding fathers. The production infuses the sounds of hip-hop, pop and R&B; in 2016 it won 11 Tony awards including Best Musical.
5. The Greatest Love of All Show – A Tribute to Whitney Houston, reminds us of one of the greatest singers of all time, that we lost too soon. This is on tour across the UK.
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