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27 Nov

Black Friday 2016 (25 November) lived up to its name after a power surge plunged the West End into darkness. Several shows - including musicals ALADDIN, LES MISERABLES, JERSEY BOYS and THRILLER LIVE - had to be cancelled and many more were delayed. We’re rounded up some of our fave tweets - with videos, photos and other reactions - showing how #StageFaves were affected on the night...

23 Nov

In addition to our limited-edition festive "All I Want for Christmas" range, #StageFaves is delighted to unveil our brand-new, specially commissioned design celebrating musical theatre (meeting social media!) in the 21st century, which has now been rolled out across all 2200+ performers featured on the site...

30 Oct

Has theatre etiquette has taken a dramatic turn for the worse? Our friends at the Musical Theatre Appreciation Society have been sharing their experiences with misbehaved theatre audiences and also offering us their magic five top tips for ways to behave once the curtain has risen. Willy Mukendi-Wood reports...

28 Jul

The stars of 38 shows across Theatreland - including 20 #StageFaves musicals - joined in the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan's campaign to declare to the world that #LondonIsOpen - to business, to creativity, to talent, following last month's EU Referendum. See all the musical cast photos here...

12 Jul

A dozen #StageFaves musicals will be contesting the second annual WEST END BAKE OFF, judged by Michael Ball, Barbara Windsor and Christopher Biggins. We've set up a special Event page and will be there live-tweeting on the day...

17 Jun

Ready to be blown away? High-camp cult musical MOBY DICK! - not seen in London since its brief run at the West End's Piccadilly Theatre in 1992 - returns to London in the autumn. The musical is about a group of girls who stages a musical version of Moby Dick to raise money to keep their school open. Bonus fun: If you turn up at the Union Theatre in school uniform, you get a front-row seat and a part in the show! How's that for a whale of a time?