The return of some favourites, together with some not so well-known soon-to-become favourits maybe?
The Snowman – loved by kids and adults everywhere. Who could not love the timeless classic, and who can forget Walking In The Air – first sung by Peter Auty, but made more famous by Aled Jones in 1985. The Snowman arrives back in the West End at the Peacock Theatre on 28th November for a record breaking 15th year, just in time for us to start getting all Christmassy!
An Incident At The Border is a comedy about lines, imaginary and perhaps sometimes quite real, that surround us, and the price we may have to pay to cross those lines. It was recently broadcast by the BBC on Radio 4. A couple are separated by a new border between two countries. This is a world premiere by young playwright Kirean Lynn. Having had a sold out run at the Finborough Theatre the play transfers to the Trafalgar Studios 2 from 20th August.
ZooNation’s Some Like It Hip Hop will start a UK tour with a 5 week run at the Peacock theatre from 20th September. The show has been nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award, a South Bank – Sky Arts Award and two What’s On Stage Awards. Following the 5 week run in the West End, Some Like It Hip Hop will continue on the UK tour with gigs in Manchester, Truro, Canterbury, Guildford, Edinburgh, Bradford, Leicester, Nottingham and Wolverhampton. Do you remember Lizzie Gough from “So You Think You Can Dance” on TV – well she stars in this production as do a whole host of hip hop stars.