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Taking a trip to the theatre can be such a magical experience. There’s nothing better than live music, acting and dancing. I am musical and so my highlight is to hear and see the musicians in the orchestra pit! I really get entranced by the whole production and have huge admiration for all the hard work that goes into theatrical performances.
Whether you are planning a theatre visit soon or want a bit of inspiration I have put together my West End Theatre Wish List. So, let’s get started…
Wind In The Willows
Wind in the Willows reminds me of my childhood and is such an iconic story by Kenneth Grahame. I am so excited that Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes has adapted the storyline to bring it to London’s West End this year, and with actors including Rufus Hound it looks like one worth going to see!
The Lion King
You can’t beat The Lion King when it comes to West End shows. I’ve seen it before but that’s no excuse to see it again! The staging was just brilliant when I went and the music was incredible. It’s still going strong amongst the London theatre scene too!
Phantom Of The Opera
I just love Andrew Lloyd Webber’s music written for this West End show. I haven’t seen it at the theatre and I’ve only watched the film. I can only imagine how stunning the music and acting would be when seeing a live performance of this!
Aladdin is such a Disney classic and I really want to see a live performance of this at the theatre. I am not scared to admit that I love all the tunes and it is one of my favourite Disney classics. I can only imagine how amazing the numbers such as Arabian Nights and A Whole New World are!
You can’t get glitzier than Dream Girls. I just love Amber Riley and being emerged in the whole musical experience would be amazing. There are some great songs in this production for sure!
You can purchase tickets for any of the shows I’ve mentioned and many more here.
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Are you taking a visit to London’s West End soon? What are you hoping to see?