The Apollo Theatre will reopen today three months after a ceiling collapse injured 76 people. A chunk of plaster crashed in the audience during violent thunder storms in December 2013. The theatre has been closed since the incident.
Originally home to the production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, the Apollo will now show romantic horror Let the Right One In. The opening today will be the debut of a production by the National Theatre of Scotland
The Dominion Theatre's General Manager David Pearson said it had been a privilege to have hosted We Will Rock You for the past 12 years, adding:
"To have the show rocking the Dominion and seeing a standing ovation night after night has been quite amazing.
"We wish the show every success for the future, as we now prepare to accelerate our restoration and refurbishment programme ready to welcome an exciting new production in 2015."
We want to thank every one of the many hundreds of incredible musical theatre artists, musicians and crew with whom we've had the privilege of working at the Dominion since 2002.
And of course the incredible audiences who have rewarded them with over four and a half thousand standing ovations.
The Queen musical We Will Rock You is to close in May after 12 years in London's West End.
The show, based on the band's music, has played to more than 6.5 million people at the Dominion Theatre.
These figures pay testament to the quality, vibrancy and enduring popularity of the London stage, which, despite a difficult economic climate, continues to pull in the crowds thanks to the world-class entertainment on offer and inclusive pricing structures.
With the combined box office advance sales also reaching new heights in December, we are looking forward to another year of success stories for our theatres in 2014.
The West End recorded record ticket sales last year with overall attendances up by 4% from the previous year to 14,587,276. Sales rose 11% to £585,506,455.
The Society of London Theatre says sales were boosted by new musicals including The Book Of Mormon and Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, and plays such as The Audience, starring Helen Mirren as the Queen.
More than half a million people have been to see Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, which stars Douglas Hodge as Willy Wonka.
Earlier this week Lucrezia Millarini met with Angela Lansbury to talk about the Oscar winning star's return to the London stage for the first time in nearly forty years.
The actress - who became world famous for her roles including playing Jessica Fletcher in Murder She Wrote - is back in her home town to appear in Noel Coward's classic Blythe Spirit at the Gieldgud theatre:
The classic eighties film Dirty Rotten Scoundrels originally starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin, has been adapted as a musical for the London stage for the first time.
It tells the tale of two crooks who compete to swindle thousands of pounds out of a rich heiress. Of course, things don't pan out as they'd planned.
It's a star-studded cast but Robert Lindsay, who plays Michael Caine's character, admits he's never seen the film, though he did once have breakfast with Steve Martin.
You can find out more about the production on the show's website.
A man has appeared in court accused of shooting a nightclub reveller dead on Boxing Day. Unemployed Danny Walker, 32, appeared at Thames Magistrates' Court charged with the murder of Hassan Mohammed Omer Isman in London's West End.
His case was sent to the Old Bailey, where a preliminary hearing is expected to take place on January 14, the Metropolitan Police said. Mr Isman, 31 from Poplar in east London, died in hospital after suffering multiple gunshot wounds at about 3am on Boxing Day
It happened during a private function in the Avalon club on Shaftesbury Avenue.
He was 31. Dean Robinson, a 32-year-old barber, is charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs and concealing criminal property and is expected to appear at Thames Magistrates' Court later today.
A third man, 31, who was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply drugs and assisting an offender, has been bailed to return to an east London police station in late February.
Three men also arrested in connection with the incident, aged 24, 31 and 34, remain on bail.
Two men will appear in court today over the shooting death of a man in a London nightclub on Boxing Day.
Unemployed Danny Walker, 32, is charged with the murder of Hassan Mohammed Omer Isman.
Dean Robinson, a 32-year-old barber, is charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs and concealing criminal property.
Both would appear in custody at Thames Magistrates' Court, the Metropolitan Police said.