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West Ends’ Finest: What to Watch Out for!

Angelina Lawson highlights some of the finest entertainment points at the theatre scene in London, United Kingdom.  

FANTASTIC!! No other words will convey the excellence of a London Theatre Scene. London’s theatre scene is more exciting than ever with many stars performing courteously to entertain London’s theatre crowd and also creating their dazzling career. The West End theatre may don’t have the showy paper chain like the New York’s, but the London theatre has become very animated in recent years. Comparing with the New York’s theatre, the London theatres is praised as the top level of profit-making theatre in the world of English speaking people. And now has more than something to offer to all. It is no more related with the noble high class people but a safe haven for all types of people. Now London is the centre of theatre, the actors of London theatres are pleasing the mind of whole world.

They have established excellence in the box office. London theatres have shown their preeminence for a long time. They have the delight of running the creation ‘The Mousetrap’ by Agatha Christie for 60 long years! And it is still drawing attention of crowd superbly. And there is lot more to offer! These shows just never get old! They are carrying attraction of the audience year after year! Les Misérables (27th year), The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre (26th year), Blood Brothers (24th year), The Woman in Black at (23rd year), No Sex Please we’re British (16 years), these are some of the famous creation of London theatre. There is some of the greatly valued theatre in west end which provides to satisfaction of better artistic value with pride.

The royal opera house is considered as some of the best which is situated in central London. It has produced many first-class performers and also productions. This opera house has been assembled many times, and it still has the magnificence it had in past. The Royal Shakespeare Company of Warwickshire, the Hampstead Theatre of Eton Avenue, The Globe Theatre of Park Street, and the Almeida Theatre of Almeida Street are unquestionably some of the prolific theatre of London.

So it is greatly recommended that you take a trip into the world of creative show of west end’s theatre. Take a break, check the box office, grab a seat and enjoy the talent and superiority! And it is in no doubt that you will come back for another visit.

 

About the Author

 Angelina Lawson is a content writer and her interests are Films, Travel & Technology and Ecoliving. Catch her on Twitter @thetechlegend. 

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