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Top 10 London Musicals
You haven't truly experienced the magic ofmusical theatre until you've enjoyed a West End show. Here's the visitlondon guide to the top10 musicals in town. At number 10 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Grab your own golden ticket and step insidethe weird and wonderful Wonka Chocolate Factory. Number 9 The Commitments. Set in Dublin, this musical is jam packedwith classic soul hits. In at number 8 The Book of Mormon.
From the creators of South Park, this outrageouslyfunny musical is not for the fainthearted. Number 7 Les Miserables. An epic tale of broken dreams, passion, sacrificeand redemption. Billy Elliot is at number 6. The inspiring story of a boy's struggle againstthe odds to become a ballet star. In at number 5 Thriller Live. Celebrating the king of pop, this spectacularshow is packed full of nonstop hits taking you on an electrifying journey through MichaelJackson's musical legacy.
At number 4 Mamma Mia. Abba's timeless songs create the ultimatefeelgood tale of love, laughter and friendship. Wicked is at number 3. The untold story of the witches of Oz haswon 90 international awards and is loved by audiences and critics. In at number 2 The Phantom of the Opera Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical masterpiececontinues to captivate audiences. And sitting majestically in the top spot isThe Lion King.
Set in the Serengeti, this epic show explodes with glorious colours, stunning effects and enchanting music. If you're planning a trip to London, makesure you take in a show and experience the magic of the West End for yourself. Book your tickets and save up to 60% at visitlondon theatre,London's official city guide.
Pinksixty News 09 SATURDAY 2012
Hello, I'm Jason and here are the weeks entertainmentheadlines from Pinksixty. The Bingham Cup, rugby tournament took placein Manchester, England last weekend. Aussie team the Sydney Convictstook the trophy beating the San Francisco Fog 225. Dancers from London's West End shows willbe stripping for charity in September for West End Bares, to raisemoney for the 'Make A Difference' HIV charity. The event is based on 'Broadway Cares' inNew York.
Former NFL player, Wade Davis has come outin an interview with SB Nation. Davis is only the fourth US football playerto ever come out; and all did so after retiring from the sport. A former secretary of John Travolta has alledged,the star had a six year relationship with his pilot and righthand man Doug Gotterba. This follows recent allegations that the actor sexually assaulted two masseurs. And finally, Madonna's first ever performancein the Arab world,
showed a strong proLGBT message, despitegay sex being illegal there. Gays and lesbians in the Emirates have welcomedher performance in Abu Dhabi which is part of her MDNA world tour. Thats all from us today. Join us again tomorrow.