10. Barking in Essex (Windlam’s)
9. One Man, Two Guvnors (Haymarket)
8. War Horse (New London)
7. Madam Butterfly (London Coliseum)
6. Stomp (Ambassadors)
5. Wicked (Apollo Victoria)
4. Jersey Boys (Prince Edward)
3. Let it Be (Savoy)
2. The Pride (Travalgar Studio 1)
1. Mojo (Harold Pinter)
So, a very good friend and I often collaborate on little projects here and there. And, as her name is Ariel, I have dubbed her as ‘The Mermaid’. I, myself, go by the title ‘The Turtle’ (because I’m lazy and slow).
For this little project I’ll be posting my top films and theatre productions, two or three times a week. For the next few weeks, The Turtle’s Top 10′s will keep you updated on what to see in London.
Starz is overhauling the focus of several of its eight Encore themed channels in a bid to draw a more multicultural mix of viewers.
As of Dec. 2, Starz will transform Encore Drama into Encore Black, focusing on pics with African-American themes (starting with a Samuel L. Jackson pic showcase) and TV shows including "What's Happening," "Diff'rent Strokes," "227" and "Amen."
It’s the storyline that’s been bubbling away for months but Alfie Moon is finally set to cave in and make a pass at ex-wife Kat Slater in EastEnders.
Turning up to Kat’s house on the night of his stag do - and the night before his wedding to Roxy Mitchell - a drunk Alfie finally admits he's still got feelings for the leopard-print-laden market trader.
The evening Inbox has some interesting responses to the weekend's Hot Topic, as one reader dares you to name that game.
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Behind the curve
I suspect some gamers may not have quite grasped that the difference in resolution between the PlayStation 4 and the Xbone is very significant. A game running at 1080p is in fact running at over twice the resolution compared to it running at 720p.
They're the lads in their cars who get up to all sorts of comedy capers on their prime-time TV show.
But Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will be given a new-look for their latest madcap adventure.
The trio have been given a cartoon makeover to star alongside Peter Griffin, of US cult show Family Guy.
It looks set to eclipse their antics of the past, which have seen them drive a Jaguar off an aircraft carrier and put their lives on the line by daubing 'Man-love rules' on cars during a road trip in America's deep south.