Despite the upmost secrecracy the Duchess of Cambridge’s due date is Saturday 13th July, according to the Daily Mail. This would come in the height of the Queen’s Coronation festival, not that it should upset her majesty too much! So expect double the bunting and celebrations in London this Summer!
This year’s West End Live is going to be held in Trafalger Square this year:
Saturday 22nd 11pm until 6pm and;
Sunday 23rd 12pm until 6pm.
There will be performances from more than 25 of the capital’s hottest shows including West End musicals Wicked, Disney’s The Lion King, Mamma Mia!, Matilda The Musical, The Phantom Of The Opera, Les Misérables, Top Hat, Thriller Live, Jersey Boys, Monty Python’s Spamalot, We Will Rock You and the winner of this year’s BBC Radio 2 Audience Award Billy Elliot The Musical.
As well as more recent additions, as Burn The Floor, The Bodyguard, A Chorus Line, The Golden Voice, High Society, Once, Peter Pan: Never Ending Story, Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage, From Here To Eternity, Merrily We Roll Along, The Colour Purple and The Sound Of Music. All in all best value for money in Theatreland FREE!
There will be refreshments and other stalls there also.
See Seatwave for availability.
Last night’s result in Barcelona means that the champions league final held at Wembley on May 25th will be an all German affair with Bayern Munich facing Borussia Dortmund. This will mean up to 60,000 German fans descending on the city for what will a be a wonderful weekend in the capital as these two clubs are some of the most colourful and songful in the World.
will.i.am has been confirmed as special guest for Legends of The Summer featuring Justin Timberlake and JAY Z at Yahoo! Wireless Festival on Sunday 14 July. Other additions across the weekend include Sub Focus (Live), Zane Lowe (DJ Set), Bluey Robinson, Drop City Yacht Club, Devlin, Taboo and Misha B.
Last night saw the prestigious Olivier Awards, where the great and good of British Theatre come together to honour the best in the business.
Best New Musical Olivier Award went to Top Hat, which is based on the 1935 film of the same name and nominated for a total of seven awards at this year’s ceremony. The Sunday Telegraph’s Tim Walker said it was “The most sublimely performed, choreographed, orchestrated and costumed musical I have seen in the past 25 years.” See more on Top Hat Here
While MasterCard Best New Play award went to The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, a tale about a 15-year-old boy who embarks on a mission to discover who murdered his neighbour’s dog. See more on The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time here
It was only a matter of time before the band that seems to have conquered the world are imortalised in wax at Madame Tussauds, the first boy band to be created by us since The Beatles’ figures back in 1964. A team of 40, including sculptors, moulders, hair stylists, colourists and wardrobe experts worked flat out for four months to create the figures which each cost £150,000 to make.
The One Direction figures are at Madame Tussauds London until July 11, 2013.
On top of this there are all the regualars and the Avengers cast.