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England in 1527. Henry VIII has been King for almost 20 years and is desperate for a male heir. Intent on divorce he demands that Cardinal Wolsey persuade the Pope to grant him an annulment. With every month that passes without progress the King’s anger grows. Into this volatile court enters the commoner Thomas Cromwell.
A one-time mercenary, master-politician, lawyer and doting father, he sets out to grant the King his desire whilst methodically and ruthlessly pursuing his own reforming agenda.
Bring Up The Bodies
Anne Boleyn is now Queen, her path to Henry’s side cleared by Cromwell. But Henry remains without a male heir, and the conflict with the Catholic Church has left England dangerously isolated as France and the Holy Roman Empire ominously manoeuvre for position.
When the King begins to fall in love with the seemingly plain Jane Seymour, Cromwell must negotiate an increasingly dangerous court as he charms, bullies and manipulates nobility, commoners and foreign powers alike to satisfy Henry, keep the nation safe, and advance his own ambitions.
PREMIUM SEATS - Wolf Hall & Bring Up The Bodies
‘HISTORY IN THE MAKING HAS SELDOM FELT SO RICH AND RIVETING. Each play stands up independently, but seeing both is more than twice as satisfying.’ (Mail On Sunday)
Through the eyes and ears of Thomas Cromwell, the power, passion and politics surrounding Henry VIII’s relationship with Anne Boleyn are brought to life as two ‘RICH AND RIVETING’ (Mail on Sunday) plays, which now transfer to the Aldwych Theatre for a strictly limited London season.
Dance 'Til Dawn
Fresh from wowing audiences across the country with Midnight Tango, TV’s Strictly Come Dancing favourites Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace bring you their sensational new production Dance ‘Til Dawn, a show straight from the Golden Age of Hollywood
At the Dominion Theatre...
Tickets are on sale NOW!
Opening on Tuesday 16 September, the musical considered by many to be Andrew Lloyd Webber andTim Rice’s masterpiece will play for 55 performances only in the West End, with musical theatre and pop iconMarti Pellow playing Che, and extraordinarily talented newcomer Madalena Alberto in the title role.
West End Heroes
Shows and Stars of the West End collaborate with the UK’s finest Military Musicians to bring you this unique gala performance in aid of Help for Heroes at the Dominion theatre…
Make it a Christmas you’ll never forget with this spectacular festive feel-good musical based on the much loved movie classic!