Category Archives: Whatsonstage.com Outings

Our Outings have become a Whatsonstage.com institution. Why are the Outings so popular? Well, we have lots of ideas about community but the simple answer is: because you get access to great shows at great prices with lots of extras. If you’re so inclined, you can also take advantage of the opportunity to mix and mingle with other theatregoers and Whatsonstage.com staff and to meet cast and creatives of the shows we attend.

The Outings Blog Has Moved

Welcome to the archieved posts of the Whatsonstage.com Outings blog. This is where we kept a record of all of the Outings our Theatre Club went on, up until October 2010. We also shared information from the Q&A sessions or … Continue reading

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Enlightenment – 11 October 2010

[slideshow=73] Edward Hall launches his very first season as artistic director of the Hampstead Theatre with the UK premiere of Shelagh Stephenson’s modern mystery Enlightenment and last night 75 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers came to see what this first production bodes for … Continue reading

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Flashdance The Musical – 7 October 2010

[slideshow=72] Last night over 150 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers made their way to the Shaftesbury Theatre for a night of fantastic dance and classic tunes as iconic 80s film Flashdance comes to the stage as a musical. There’s nothing new about this … Continue reading

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Yes, Prime Minister 23 Sep 2010

[Gallery=71] Over one hundred and sixty theatregoers made their way to Shaftesbury Avenue’s Gielgud Theatre last night for the Whatsonstage.com Outing to Yes, Prime Minister. Written by Jonathan Lynn and Sir Anthony Jay, who both created the television shows Yes, … Continue reading

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Design for Living – 16 September

Last night Whatsonstage.com theatre club members attended Noel Coward’s 1933 risqué love affair between three friends, Design for Living, at the Old Vic Theatre. Orignally banned by British censorhips after its London premiere in 1939, Design for Living has caused … Continue reading

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Shoes – 6 September 2010

[slideshow=70] Over 50 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers made their way across London in spite of the striking Tube to see Shoes at Sadler’s Wells last night. The ‘dance revue’ was a bit of a departure from the mixture of straight plays and … Continue reading

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Educating Rita – 2 September 2010

Last night Whatsonstage.com theatregoers returned to Trafalgar Studios to see Educating Rita, the second part of our Willy Russel season and not only did we enjoy a fantastic piece of theatre but we were also treated to a really interesting … Continue reading

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Shirley Valentine – 27 August 2010

Last night a group of 125 Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers ventured through the rainy deluge to the Trafalgar Studios. The fight against the inclement weather was, however, more than compensated for by Meera Syal’s outstanding performance in Shirley Valentine. This one woman … Continue reading

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La Boheme – 16 August 2010

[slideshow=67] Last night Whatsonstage.com theatregoers took up over half the seats in the Soho Theatre keen to see the much talked about Cock Tavern transfer of OperUpClose’s radical new re-interpretation of Puccini’s classic La Boheme. Following a five month sell-out … Continue reading

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Burn The Floor – 9 August 2010

[slideshow=66] Beautiful women and wonderfully toned men were the order of the day at yesterday’s Whatsonstage.com Group Outing to Burn The Floor at the Shaftesbury Theatre. A ballroom dancing extravaganza which has just enjoyed six months on Broadway and is … Continue reading

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