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Witness the colour, energy and sheer exuberance of Bollywood as a new musical explodes onto the West End stage this May direct from sell out performances in Mumbai. Beyond Bollywood takes audiences on a truly authentic cultural tour of India capturing the fire, heat and desire of Indian dance.
Shaily Shergill leaves behind her home to journey to India in the hope of fulfilling her mother’s dying wish, to revive her family’s failing theatre. But will her sacrifices pay off and can she stage the ultimate show?
Written, choreographed and directed by Rajeev Goswami, with lyrics by Irfan Siddiqui and featuring an original score by Salim-Sulaiman, the very best of Bollywood’s creative talent bring this spectacular event to life for 60 performances only.
Beyond Bollywood is not just a musical; it’s a theatrical experience never seen before outside a Bollywood movie.
50% Off Price Band A, B and D. Discount valid Monday to Thursday performances until 27 June
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London's glittering West End has seen three major theatrical openings. Firstly the Theatre Royal Bath’s production of Hay Fever celebrated its official opening at the Duke of York's Theatre last Monday (11th May 2015).
Lindsay Posner’s production of Noël Coward’s comedy of bad manners stars Felicity Kendal who gives a tremendous performance as Judith Bliss. Hay Fever, which first played the West End in 1925, also stars Simon Shepherd (Peak Practice/The Duck House), Michael Simkins (Yes, Prime Minister/Oh What a Lovely War) and Sara Stewart (Heartbreak House/Enron). It runs until 1st August 2015.
18 May, 2015 | By Andrew Tomlins