Starring Beverley Knight as Grizabella, Cats returns to the London Palladium backed by popular demand. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical phenomenon features well-loved songs including ‘Memory’ and ‘Macavity’ and follows the tribe of Jellicle cats as they gather together for the much anticipated Jellicle Ball.
The London Palladium, which recently celebrated its centenary year after opening on 26th December 1910, is one of London’s most prolific and famous performance venues. The theatre boasts beautiful period architecture making each performance feel like a special event. The front of house recently underwent refurbishment to improve facilities to the bathrooms and bars, and is fully accessible for disabled visitors. The auditorium is divided into three large sections, built with a slight curve around the stage. Sightlines for the theatre are on the whole excellent, as the wide plan view of each level is unobstructed by overhang or pillars.
The front two rows of the Upper Circle do provide excellent views of the stage, if you can negotiate your way around the safety bar! Although the theatre labels them ‘restricted view’, they do provide excellent value for money.
The front of the dress circle provides the best overall view of the stage, and places you in the centre of the action throughout some of the surprise ‘appearances’ The Wizard of Oz has to offer…
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65 years after he made his UK debut at the London Palladium, Sinatra is returned for this ultimate tribute concert. Ol’ Blue Eyes himself is projected on large screens and performs in sync with a live orchestra and dancers in this spectacular multimedia concert that celebrates the stars centenary.
An Evening with Liza Minnelli
Beyond Bollywood celebrates the colour, vibrancy and energy of India in a spectacular dance performance. It comes to the London Palladium straight from a sell out run in Mumbai, only until 27th June 2015.
Cats makes a triumphant return to the West End. Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic musical based on T.S. Eliot’s poems is updated for a modern audience by the original creative team. The show tells the story of a group of cats called the Jellicles, who gather together for one night a year to celebrate and choose which one of them will be chosen to ascend to the Heaviside Layer. Ex Pussy Cat Doll and X-Factor Judge Nicole Scherzinger takes on the role of Grizabella the Glamour cat.
Christmas with the Rat Pack
'Christmas With The Rat Pack' is a celebration of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr and Dean Martin's performance at the Sanderson Hotel in Las Vegas. Expect glitz, glamour and classic songs including “The Lady Is a Tramp”, “Mr Bojangles”, and “I've Got You Under My Skin”. The Burelli Sisters and the 14 piece Rat Pack Band will provide musical accompaniment throughout the show.
Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games
Michael Flatley makes his final West End performance in this spectacular reinvigorated version of his global smash hit Lord of the Dance. The show will also feature Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle at some performances. Based on Irish folklore the show tells a story of good vs evil as the Lord of the Dance protects his people from the dark Lord Don Dorcha.
I Can't Sing the X Factor Musical
This hilariously absurd new musical written by Harry Hill draws on the X-Factor for its source material. The story follows X-Factor hopefuls in their quest for fame and stars Nigel Harman as Simon Cowell. The royal circle will give you the best view of the blockbuster sets including a surprise from the ceiling.
Barry Humphries' Farewell Tour - Eat, Pray, Laugh!
Esteemed entertainer Barry Humphries creator of the eternally popular Dame Edna Everage returns to the West End stage with what will be his final live show. Eat Pray Laugh promises to be an all singing all dancing spectacular.
A Chorus Line
With its iconic choreography and songs such as "What I Did For Love" and "One (Singular Sensation)," one of Broadway's most legendary musicals returns to the West End for the first time since its original run. Though the Palladium is a wide venue with sightline problems on the ends of aisles, because this production famously does not have a set, visibility should be less of an issue and you may be able to find bargain seats on the ends of aisles.
Tommy Steele stars in the Christmas classic Scrooge, a musical based on Charles Dickens' beloved A Christmas Carol. Seats on the far ends of the Stalls have the view of some scenes obstructed by the set, so we'd advise you sit centrally where possible.
The Wizard Of Oz
Andrew Lloyd Webber presents a new production of the classic MGM musical that starred Judy Garland, featuring several new songs by the man himself. Following the BBC’s talent search Over the Rainbow various finalists were chosen to play the lead role. Dorothy and her dog Toto are transported to the land of OZ by a Tornado. There they are pursued by the wicked witch of the west in their journey to the Emerald city to meet the Wizard.