Category Archives: London Lookout

First Look: Daniel Radcliffe In Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

Half a century after its premiere, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead has returned to London’s Old Vic Theatre just in time for its 50th anniversary. Written by Tom Stoppard, the comedy follows Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, as they stumble their way in and out of the iconic drama. While “in the wings”, there are appearances by other major characters

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IMPOSSIBLE Will Return To London’s West End

“That’s Impossible!”– A phrase often uttered by those witnessing the newest magical productions currently touring Europe following it’s London premiere last year. On the heels of the it’s critical acclaim and a growing marketing for magic, the show is slated to return to the place where it all began last year as it’s continued success grows making just about nothing impossible

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West End Transfer Of Hand To God Will Close Early

London has asked Tyrone to pack his bags. The critically-acclaimed Hand To God, which transferred to London immediately following it’s Broadway run, has announced it will leave London. While Luner on Theatre did reach out to Tyrone for a statement on this situation, anything he said was not PG enough to publish so instead, we’re bringing you our own coverage. Today,

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London Prepares For The Olivier Awards (Photo)

With less than one week to go until London’s biggest celebration of theatre, preparations for The Olivier Awards are well underway across London and at The Royal Opera House! A star-studded evening is expected as London comes together to celebrate yet another successful season in the West End filled with both new British-born productions and Broadway transfers! From rolling out the

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Motown Shakes Up London’s Shaftesbury Theatre (Photos)

There truly is No Town Like Motown! London audiences are embracing Broadway’s latest jukebox blockbuster Motown The Musical as previews have taken place over the last month at The Shaftesbury Theatre in London. Based on the life and entertainment empire built by Berry Gordy, Motown has come to London following a run on Broadway and current national tour still traveling America. We brought

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