As 2014 draws to a close, we reflect on our favourite moments in the West End this year…
As part of Open House London’s catalogue of buildings this year, Richmond Theatre opened its doors to the public. Showbusinessinsights was there to find out more about one of London’s finest Frank Matcham theatres.
The tour was given by excellent guides, Rob, Colin and Steve, aided by Adam, representing the Frank Matcham Society.
As the football season kicks off in earnest with the Premier League’s first round of matches, we examine the main ticketing difference between the Premier League and the West End: the season ticket.
When a show is hit by bad news, how do you react? Crises sort the wheat from the chaff and the inexperienced or timid can be overwhelmed. But the truly successful not only cope with it, but make a virtue of it.
Meet Lucy Williams: Sound Number 2 on the London Production of Phantom of the Opera.
With an evening to spare in central London tonight, I took advantage of a great seat price for Dirty Rotten Scoundrels the musical at the Savoy Theatre. What are the best bang-for-your-buck-seats at the Savoy?
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s next project may launch on Broadway rather than London, despite the generally-accepted view that economics are kinder in London. Why?
Why do airlines use their expensive assets so much more efficiently than entertainment venues? And how do stadiums, arenas, theatres and cinemas compare?
Most people assume that opera is expensive: an artform inaccessible to most people.
Compare Rigoletto and The Book of Mormon and you may be surprised.