Hamlet, Les Mis, Anything Goes, and Frozen are just a few shows aimed at future audiences later this summer.
In many theaters, their halls have not seen spectators since March 2020.
Online shows, such as Rent, A Christmas Carol, and Mischief Movie Night, have brought joy to theater lovers during the closing season, showcasing the diversity of the industry as they try to navigate the epidemic.
And while working online has kept us entertained for a long night of closure over the past 12 months, actors, creators, and attackers alike are waiting for a live theater return.
Below is a list of sports, music, and tourist attractions due to regression, as the prime minister’s road continues.
It is important to note that all of these days can go by, in line with the reduction of lock limits and some theaters have already stated that incorrect testing of COVID-19 or evidence of vaccination may be required as an entry point.
Where: Sondheim Theater, London:
When: The type of concert starts on May 20 and the full show starts on September 25th
Do you hear people singing? Yes, you will know soon enough when the popular Les Mis reopens a year later.
The socially segregated concert in the play will debut at the newly renovated Sondheim Theater from May 20 and will feature X-Factor actor and Eurovision actor Lucie Jones as Fantine.
From September 25, the full version of the longest-running program in the West Ends will work, blocking everything, in the hope that the audience can once again leave the theaters.
Everyone’s Talking About Jamie:
Where: Apollo Theater, London
There: 20 May
Public Speaking About Jamie follows the true story of schoolboy Jamie Campbell (Jamie New in the play) who grew up in Sheffield wanting to be the drag queen.
EastEnders actress Shane Richie will join the show as Jamie’s drag-and-seek mentor when it reopens in May.
The show will visit again later this year, with a version of the music film, starring Richard E Grant, coming out soon.
Where: Lyric Theater, London
There: 21 May
The music, which featured Henry VIIIs ‘wives as a girls’ band, featured a number of performances in the summer and Christmas, only to be re-closed due to demotion.
Six, known for their explosive, powerful pop numbers, will be working away from the public at their new home at the Lyric Theater from May 21st.
Where: London Coliseum
There: 22 June
Michael Ball leads the cast in a show based on the 60s that touches on racial equality and fatphobia.
Like other shows, it was supposed to open in 2020, but the delay meant there was limited performance later this year.
Where: Gillian Lynne Theater, London
There: June 25th
A brand new version of the old Cinderella folk music, designed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, will open in June.
Its debut, which features music theater star Carrie Hope Fletcher in the acting role, has been hit many times by delays due to the epidemic.
It will be the first ALWs program to open in the West End.
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Where: London Palladium
There: 1 July
Jason Donovan is back (though not like Joseph!) By running Andrew Bloyd Webbers’ Bible-based music at the world-famous summer stadium.
The show is famous for introducing stage performances by the likes of Donovan and Philip Schofield, and the hit song Any Dream Will Do.
Prince of Egypt
Where: Dominion Theater, London
There: 1 July
There will be miracles … when the Prince of Egypt returns in the summer from the Tottenham Court Road area.
The show is a stage version of a record-breaking music film with the same name that tells the biblical story of Moses and Rameses.
Where: Savoy Theater, London
There: 8 July
This is actually a kind of classic rom-com music Pretty Woman.
It has a completely new soundtrack, co-written by soft rock icon Bryan Adams, and will play the role of former Hollyoaks actor Danny Mac.
Book of Mormon
Where: Prince of Wales Theater, London
There: 12 July
The award-winning music, written by a group behind South Park, is a funny look at organized religion with the eyes of a Mormon group sent to Uganda.
The Book of Mormon, famous for its filthy music numbers, regularly packs its plays and conducts a daily lottery for those who feel lucky.
Phantom of the Opera
Where: Her Majestys Theater, London
There: 21 July
Andrew Lloyd Webbers indicated he would be closed last year, but theater impresario has promised to revive the music after it was played again in the theater.
The show, which has been in operation since 1986, and is the second-longest in London music, keeps the audience back with their rock-inspired opera school and impressive stage.
Where: Barbarian Theater, London
There: 23 July
Anything Goes returns to London with all the star actors in this popular Broadway show.
Robert Lindsay winner of the Tony and Olivier Award and Megan Mullally (of Will And Grace fame) will step on the boards of the Barbican, along with singer Gary Wilmot and actor Felicity Kendall.
Where: Trafalgar Studios, London
There: 28 July
A fan favorite, the Jersey Boys are back in the West End from the summer.
I professionally recount the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons set back in the 1960s in America.