Two superbikes were involved in a dramatic chase with armed police across the West End in broad daylight on Thursday.Read the full story ›
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Live owls have been banned from the new Harry Potter play after one escaped into the audience.Read the full story ›
A 40-year-old family run restaurant in the West End is threatened with costs of rates and rents rising significantly.
The Salieri restaurant on The Strand may follow in the same footsteps as other independently run shops and restaurants in central London as the capital turns into a high street full of branded chain stores.
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For the first time in thirty years a circus show will perform on a West End stage when Cirque Berserk opens at the Peacock Theatre on Monday.
Cirque Berserk features an international cast as well as British acts. Including aerial trapeze artist Jackie Armstrong who performs without a harness or safety net.
The act features more than thirty acrobats, jugglers, drummers, dancers, stunt-men, and, of course, clowns. And the troupe will live in their caravans while playing on the West End stage.
More than half a million people are expected to enjoy London's annual free musical theatre festival this weekend.
West End Live, returning for its 11th year, will take place in Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square.
Crowds will be able to enjoy highlights from shows including American Idiot, Beautiful (The Carole King Musical), The Dreamers, Gypsy, Memphis The Musical, Sunny Afternoon and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers.
X Factor winner Matt Cardle has announced he's heading to London's West End, where he'll join the cast of Memphis: The Musical.
Cardle will be taking over from Killian Donnelly to play radio DJ "Huey Calhoun" from 6th July.
He joins a stellar cast that also boasts singer Beverley Knight in the role of Felicia Farrell.
He said: "From the first time I saw the show I felt I had a real connection with the character of Huey. It's no secret that I worked for many years before my breakthrough as a musician.
"I started my first band when I was 12 years old and spent at least 15 years recording albums and sending demos to record companies before finally having my voice heard."
Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper is to swap Broadway for the West End with a transfer of his hit show 'The Elephant Man'.Read the full story ›
Shoppers have battled crowds across central London in the hunt for late Christmas bargains on a day when £1.2 billion was expected to be spent on Britain's high streets.
Sales on Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street alone was tipped to surpass £150 million during the vast consumer spend, which has been branded "Panic Saturday".
Londoners are expected to spend around £150 million this weekend beginning on 'panic Saturday' as shopping days before Christmas dwindle.
The New West End Company predicted the retail takings, and said that footfall in the West End this morning was up 7.1% year on year.