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#1 dannyboyjohnson

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Posted 28 December 2012 - 10:58 PM

Just a general thread... How many different shows have you booked for for 2013 so far?

So far, mine is...


01/2013 - Billy Elliot
               Wicked x 2
               The Bodyguard
02/2013 - Shrek
04/2013 - Wicked
05/2013 - Viva Forever!
               Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
               Matilda
               Ghost

What about you?

#2 greeny11

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Posted 28 December 2012 - 11:01 PM

I only have Rock of Ages, Loserville and Book of Mormon booked so far - but I'll definitely be seeing Phantom of the Opera, Hairspray, Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory too, and maybe some more yet but haven't decided on which ones yet.

#3 dannyboyjohnson

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Posted 28 December 2012 - 11:10 PM

Oooooh i really wanna see Mormon too!! Im at Charlie on first preview... So happy!!

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Posted 28 December 2012 - 11:37 PM

None!  I currently have no idea if I'm going to get down to London before July (which is a definite), so there's little point in me booking anything yet.  Sadly looks like I'm going to miss A Chorus Line, but hoping I'll finally get around to seeing Matilda and get to see Once and Charlie & the Chocolate Factory next time I make it to the capital!

I'm one of the seemingly very few who has no intention of seeing Mormon next year!

Haven't decided what to book regionally yet, but possibly the Cats tour and Rocky Horror.  I've already seen Hairspray so won't be bothering with it.

I am going to New York though, so currently debating what to book for there!  Would love to see Once, but seeing as it's a definite for London I'm thinking it might be better to see Newsies instead as I'm likely to only have the time to go to one show, two at the most if the second is a cheap tkts ticket...

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 12:48 AM

Only have Once, The Book of Mormon and the rest of the Michael Grandage season booked but I'm thinking of booking tickets for Charlie nearer the time.

#6 David J

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 01:06 AM

The Magistrate (NT Live)
A Life of Galileo (RSC)
The Winters Tale (RSC)
The Phantom of the Opera Tour
A Chorus Line
People (NT Live)
The Book of Mormon
Passion Play
9-5
Hamlet (RSC)
The Empress (RSC)
As You Like It (RSC)
To Kill a Mockingbird
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Titus Andronicus (RSC)
Alls Well That Ends Well (RSC)
A Mad World My Masters (RSC)
Candide (RSC)

Expecting to buy tickets for
Once
The Misanthrope (ETT)
The 39 Steps
God of Carnage
The Seagull (Headlong)
A Man of No Importance (Salisbury)
Ghost Tour
Priscilla Tour
Whatever Chichester is putting on
Yes Prime Minister
Joking Apart (Salisbury)
Dangerous Corner (Salisbury)

Maybe
Rocky Horror Show Tour
High Society Tour
Less than Kind (Salisbury)
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#7 Tettekete

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 01:28 AM

So far I'm definitely seeing:

January: Wicked, We Will Rock You
April: RENT concert tour (Newcastle)
May: Not booked, but seeing Rock of Ages and possibly Phantom or Singing in the Rain
June: We Will Rock You arena tour (Newcastle)

I'll definitely catch the Ghost and Wicked tours at some point, and would love to see Mormon and Once as well, but I can't really afford to travel down to London that often!
Seen (theatre): Wicked (Scheveningen, The Netherlands x6), Wicked (London x 19), We Will Rock You (London x3), Les Miserables (London x 1), The Phantom of the Opera (London x1), Rock of Ages (London x 1), Romeo et Juliette (Takarazuka Revue, Japan x 5), Studio54 (Takarazuka Revue, Japan, x1), For Whom The Bell Tolls (Takarazuka Revue, Japan, x1), Nova Bossa Nova/Meguriai wa Futatabi (Takarazuka Revue, Japan, x2), Nijinsky (Takarazuka Revue, Japan, x3), 9 to 5: The Musical (UK Tour, Sunderland x1), RENT in Concert (Newcastle x1), Singin' In The Rain (UK Tour, Sunderland x 1)

Seen (concerts, etc): Willemijn Verkaik "As I Am" solo concert at the AFAS Circustheater (2012), West End Eurovision 2013, Rachel Tucker at the St James Theatre studio, Scott Alan at the O2, Andrew Lippa at the St James Theatre

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 11:54 AM

So far we've booked:
Rocky Horror in Wimbledon
Viva Forever
The Bodyguard
A Chorus Line

I definitely want to see Book of Mormon and Charlie & The Chocolate Factory too, I'd love to see Matilda a second time as well.

I'm really upset I missed out on The Sweet Smell of Success, I was hoping for news of a transfer but I expect we would have heard by now if it was happening.
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Posted 29 December 2012 - 01:03 PM

Kiss Me Kate
Spamalot
Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty
The Captain of Kopenick
Chess
Lift
The Book of Mormon
West Side Story

#10 Laughingmonsta

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Posted 29 December 2012 - 01:07 PM

Moved to the General Chat area - as its not specifically musicals..
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