Poll Results: Did Margaret Thatcher change British theatre for better or worse?
By Editorial Staff · 9 Apr 2013
Haydn Gwynne as Margaret Thatcher in The Audience Following the death of Margaret Thatcher, the audience at Billy Elliot voted to keep in the show Elton John and Lee Hall's ...
Ramin Karimloo responds to WOS poll victory, joins The West End Men
By Editorial Staff · 24 Aug 2012
Ramin Karimloo at the 2011 WhatsOnStage Awards Ramin Karimloo, recently voted favourite West End leading man by our readers, has posted a magnanimous acceptance speech on his Facebook ...
Vote in WOS Poll: West End leading men - who gets your vote?
By Editorial Staff · 9 Aug 2012
West End's leading men for musical theatre THE POLL HAS NOW CLOSED. CHECK BACK SOON FOR RESULTS AND OUR LEADING MEN QUIZ! Following our recent feature ...
Vote in WOS Poll: What are your favourite show tunes?
By Editorial Staff · 30 Apr 2012
Whatsonstage.com is on a mission to decide the best-ever show tunes and we need the help of the UK's most avid and knowledgeable theatregoers to come up with ...
Vote in WOS Poll: Do The Voice judges know anything about musical theatre?
By Editorial Staff · 2 Apr 2012
Kerry Ellis at the 2012 WhatsOnStage Awards It was sad television viewing for musical theatre fans on Saturday night when West End super-star, and two-time Whatsonstage.com Award ...
WOS Poll: Whatsonstage.com survey predicts West End boost from Olympics
By Editorial Staff · 12 Mar 2012
Contrary to recent high-profile predictions, this summer's Olympic Games will have a positive impact on London's West End, according to those who actually buy theatre tickets – ...
Vote in WOS Poll: Are long-running shows good for the West End?
By Editorial Staff · 5 Mar 2012
Our Big Debate poll is back! And we're centring on an issue that has come into sharp focus with the recent 25th anniversaries of both Les Miserables ...
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