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                                           Billy Elliot

Welcome to the Victoria Palace Theatre London, where one of the most celebrated musicals of all time, Billy Elliot is running with packed houses. The hugely popular London show winner of several awards and acclamations has been adapted from the Stephen Daldry’s Oscar Award winning movie.

 Since 2005, the mesmerizing London show is ruling the heart of millions of theatre lovers. Approximately 7.5 million people have enjoyed the London show, Billy Elliot. The story is set on the backdrop of northern mining town during the 1984/85 miners’ strike. The immensely inspirational and motivational saga of young boy, Billy who struggles against all odds to make his dream come true is simply outstanding.

 The enthralling London show beautifully captures Billy’s journey from boxing ring to ballet class, as he has a hidden passion for dance which later becomes inspirational for his family as well as his whole community. Victoria Palace Theatre’s spectacular production makes the show a must watch and dazzling experience for the theatre lovers, which makes them shed tears as well as laugh heartily.

 Under the superb direction of Stephen Daldry and lyrics by Lee Hall, Billy Elliot steals your heart quietly. Legendary British singer and song writer Elton John heart touching compositions touches your heart chords  and make you feel the magic at fullest. Sterling performances by the lead cast which features Harris Beattie, Ryan Collinson, Adam Vesperman, Kaine Ward (Billy),  Reece Barrett, Connor Kelly, Connor Lawson is fabulous.

 Billy Elliot has won great reviews from classes and masses who called the show as, ‘best show to watch out for’! Book your show tickets and head towards Victoria Palace Theatre.

Apollo Theatre Ceiling Collapse

During the packed performance of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time at London’s Apollo Theatre, a part of ceiling was collapsed which injured a few people. Owner of the theatre stated that incident as ‘shocking and upsetting’ and informed that investigation was going on. The play will resume its run at the Gielgud Theatre from June according to the sources.

 During the accident eight members were badly hurt whereas 700 theatregoers and staff had been evacuated from the building of Apollo Theatre. This led to the emergency safety checks of every historic theatre in London Westend. For the time being, performance of The Curious Incident of the Dog has been suspended. Recently National Theatre made announcement regarding resuming of play at Gielgud Theatre from June 24, 2014.

For the fans of the show, here is some good news as they can book tickets from Friday, January 17. Gielgud Theatre is located near Apollo Theatre in West End. CEO of Nimax theatre, Nica Burns stated, “This was and is a deeply upsetting incident for everyone. We are sorry to lose such a wonderful production and wish it well.” All the ticket holders of Apollo theatre will be offered a refund or booking will get transferred to the Gielgud Theatre. National Theatre’s Executive Director, Nick Starr said, “It will be a real wrench to leave that beautiful theatre, but sadly the closure of the gallery to enable its restoration means that the show no longer works economically there.” The Curious Incident will mark its Broadway premier in New York in October 2014 as confirmed by National Theatre.

Billy Elliot Successful Voyage from Screen to Theatre

The mesmerizing London saga Billy Elliot has been adapted from a blockbuster movie. The hugely loved saga of a boy who is deeply in love with ballet has been presented onstage by creators Lee Hall and Elton John.

The heart touching saga of Billy Elliot is a complete audio visual treat for the theatre lovers. The gripping tale of a young boy love for ballet against the backdrop of striking miners has been beautifully presented with the addition of 15 original compositions from Billy Elliot The musical.

The miner community is presented in a much bigger way and strike’s effect on workers have a devastating presence. The Grandma has little to do in the movie, however her role has been given a lot in the theatrical musical and etched as a tap dancing diva with the famous Grandma’s Song.

The onstage presentation has to overcome various challenges for enlivening up Billy Elliot at the theatre. For instance, the child actors need to sing, dance and act well. Westend production needs four actors for rotating cast and they need to dance tap and ballet beautifully. On the other hand, in the movie version, the lead actor Jamie Bell need to dance ballet a little. There are a few differences in the movie version and the stage enactment. The show Billy Elliot still succeeds in touching the chords of heart.

Roger Lloyd Died of Cancer

The popular actor of London stage Roger Lloyd Pack who is known for his remarkable performances in popular show Twelfth Night as Sir Andrew Aguecheek recently died due to pancreatic cancer.

The 69 years old actor has given some of the commendable performances. In another hugely famous show Richard III, Roger Lloyd portrayed the role of Duke of Buckingham with Mark Rylance at the Shakespeare Globe.

 From the year 2012-2013, he mesmerized audience with his spell binding performance at the Apollo Theatre of London Westend. Roger portrayed the role of Ash in Dealer’s Choice which was hosted at the Trafalgar Studios 1 from the year 2007 – 2008 and in The Winterling at the Royal Court in the year 2006. The brilliant actor is mainly known on television as roadsweeper Trigger in BBC sitcom “Only Fools and Horses and acted as Owen Newitt in The Vicar of Dibley, the famous BBC comedy show.

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Victoria St   London,SW1E 5EA

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Running Time:
2.30
Booking From:
31 Mar 2005
Booking Until:
08 Apr 2016
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