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The cast of Peppa Pig’s Best Day Ever. Photo by Dan Tsantilis.

The cast of Peppa Pig's Best Day Ever. Photo by Dan Tsantilis.

London Theatre News Today: Wednesday 13 November

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood Published 13 November 2019

Looks like Peppa’s getting ready for her Best Day Ever! The brand new live show based on the much-loved animated kids’ series will run at the Duke Of York’s Theatre from 29 November until 5 January. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Peppa Pig Live, bringing the show to life on the stage all around the UK.

The rehearsal shots for Dick Whittington at Theatre Royal Stratford East look exciting! The cast includes Sèverine Howell-Meri as Dick Whittington, Tom Giles as King Rat, Harry Jardine as Nathaniel, Vedi Roy as Lady Lush, Bree Smith as Grandma, Lizzie Winkler as Mayor and Francesca Zoutewelle as Alice.

The production opens from 30 November; sure to deliver an appropriately magic Christmas show.

Waitress has announced its next Cast Album Karaoke Night will be hosted by cast members Sandra Marvin (Becky) and Kelly Agbowu (Nurse Norma). Taking place on 19 November, some luck fans will get the chance to sing a song from Waitress live on the West End stage at the Adelphi. All you have to do to be in with a shot is grab your tickets for that evening’s show and sign up before the performance!

Mousetrap Theatre Projects announced a special relaxed performance of School Of Rock today. Working in collaboration with LW Theatres and the Really Useful Group, the performance on Monday 20 January at 6.30pm will be tailored specially for families with children with additional needs.

The performance will be suitable for those with autism, learning difficulties or other sensory and communication needs who need a more relaxed environment. These tickets will be offered at a reduced rate. This will be the 10th Relaxed Performance hosted by Mousetrap Theatre Projects.

Susan Whiddington, Chief Executive of Mousetrap Theatre Projects said:  

“We are delighted to offer this fantastic musical to families with children with additional needs. We know how much these performances mean to families who otherwise would be unable to enjoy West End shows.  We are particularly excited about taking families to School of Rock which has been the number one requested show from families!”

Noel Sullivan as Dewey Finn in School Of Rock - The Musical (Photo: Craig Sugden)

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