Celebrate Theatre At Home
All the world’s a stage… even from your living room
While we’ve lowered the curtain at our theatres, the digital stage is set to bring the show online. If you’re looking for boredom busters, we have some of the best bits of West End that you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home.
See the latest digital broadcasts that are bringing fans and the theatre community together.
Musicals: The Greatest Show
Friday 29 – Sunday 31 January 2021
Tune into BBC Radio 2 and BBC One as they celebrate all things musical theatre. There will be shows dedicated to the love of musicals, as well as exclusive performances from some of theatre’s biggest stars, captured at The London Palladium.
Stage2View is the brand new streaming platform from Stage2View Films, offering you exclusive access to some of the most recent Tony® and Olivier award winning stage productions from Broadway and the West End.
For £4.99 per show, stream the dance musical extravaganza 42nd Street or the award-winning Kinky Boots as well as The Wind in the Willows: The Musical and more .
Check here for the one-stop theatre shop of offline reading and watching.
The Theatre Books You Need to Read
Whether you’re looking for an imaginative escape, a real life tale or something in between, these books cover it all. Read on for some inspiration…
Andrew Lloyd Webber
West End theatres may be taking a short interval, but that hasn’t stopped our owner and legendary composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber. Make sure you’re following his social channels for the latest ‘Composer in Isolation’ videos, featuring singalongs from Joseph, song requests from Phantom, Q&As and much more.
Home Is Where The Music Is
Singalong to your favourite West End tunes with the LW Theatres Spotify Channel. You’ll find all your favourite musical theatre soundtracks and exclusive playlists from shows & artists that have called our theatres home over the years, including Phantom, Matilda and lots more. On this week’s rotation…
Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again? Get your live entertainment fix with these recording sessions, live performances, interviews and more.
MUSIC & COMEDY
Read All About It
Check out our exclusive interviews with stars of LW Theatres past, present and future.
Let The Music Play
We want to take a moment to celebrate the brilliant work done by those who have kept us all going during this difficult period.
● To all the NHS workers, carers and front line workers
● To our casts, crews, producers and partners
● To our staff, friends, families, colleagues and neighbours
● To our audiences
Thank you for your ongoing support in these uncertain times. We look forward to reopening our doors and welcoming you back soon.
*Designed by Matt O’Reilly from the Front of House team at The London Palladium