Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is set to make its West End debut at the Savoy Theatre tonight.
Here's a schedule of performance times so you can plan your weekend.
The websites drew complaints that advertised prices were misleading
Stores in the capital are braced for chaos today as the Boxing Day sales begin.
Harrods is expecting so many shoppers to turn up that it is providing hot chocolate and entertainment outside to queueing customers from 9am, an hour before it opens its doors. In previous years shoppers have queued from 5am to try and get their hands on cut price designer goods.
The West End is expected to be one of the busiest shopping destinations in the country - with around 800,000 shoppers hitting the area on Boxing Day last year.
– Sally Eden, Head of Communications at New West End Company
“The rain may have deterred some shoppers on Saturday, but retailers across the West End reported queues forming as early as 9am on Sunday as eager shoppers gathered to snap up the hundreds of promotions on offer.
Best sellers so far include treats for pets, interactive toys and novelty foods.
With reports of a cold blast due and a possible white Christmas, sales for winter warmers from jumpers to ‘ultra-down’ jackets are doing particularly well.
West End hotels are reporting strong occupancy rates with both international and domestic visitors making a weekend of their shopping trip.”
The West End is set to see an influx of shoppers eager to do some last minute shopping today.
Last year around 400,000 customers hit the area's shops in the last few days before Christmas, but businesses expect more this year due to the weekend's poor weather.
Central London: Regent St (W1) remains CLOSED twds Oxford St due to burst water main. Traffic is queuing N/B on approach to the closure.
Stars of the London stage will come together this afternoon for carol singing and festive merry-making in support of this year's Lord Mayor of Westminster's charity, the Sir Simon Milton Foundation.
The carol singing will be led by the West End Gospel Choir, a collective of musical theatre singers who will perform a selection of festive songs.
There will be a live performance from the cast of hit musical Let It Be as well as special appearances from family shows The Snowman and Dinosaur Zoo.
The show kicks off in Leicester Square at 4pm.
– Alastair Smart, The Crown Estate
St James's Market represents the most ambitious redevelopment St James's has seen in the last century.
Partnering with an organisation of Oxford Properties' calibre and bringing an experienced and skilled contractor on board are two big steps towards the delivery of this exciting project.
St James's Market is being redeveloped by The Crown Estate.
- The site is set to deliver 210,000 square foot of office space
- 50,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space will also be created
- A taxi 'rat-run' will also be replaced by a the pedestrian square
Part of London's West End is set to be rejuvenated in a scheme costing £320 million. The plan will see a new 10,000 square foot pedestrian square for The St James’s district between Lower Regent Street and Haymarket.
West End musical 'Spamalot' has been the source of a bitter court dispute between 3 Monty Python stars and a film producer.
Today, Eric Idle, Michael Palin and Terry Jones will learn if their attempt to deny producer Mark Forstater royalties from the Monty Python spin off show has been successful.
Mark Forstater, who produced the 1975 film 'Monty Python And The Holy Grail', claims he is owed a greater share of profits from the popular London show, but the Python stars say he was not as involved in the writing process as he claims.
The case began in November and Judge Mr Justice Norris is scheduled to deliver his decision today.
Tens of thousands of people have watched some of their all time favourite musicals today for free.
From Matilda to Wicked - 30 West End productions are being showcased in the heart of the capital all weekend. Phil Bayles got a sample of the action.