Queen's Theatre

Les Miserables celebrate 30th anniversary with limited edition postcards
Cast members have been immortalised in the set of prints marking 30 years in London
Gunmetal Blues (Hornchurch)
It's an extremely stylish production with some good performances. But somehow it doesn't quite come off.
Peter Lockyer and David Thaxton chat about joining the cast of Les Miserables
We caught up with the new Javert and Valjean to find out how they are settling in at the Queen's Theatre
Godspell (Hornchurch)
The 1970s. History for many people, nostalgia for others. Was life really as simple as memories of flower power and hippy spiritualism suggest? At one end you have "Abigail's Party"; at the other is "Godspell".
10 of the best Les Miserables performances from the last decade
To mark the tenth anniversary of Les Mis at the Queen's Theatre, we pick ten of the most popular performances since 2004
Two and Two Make Sex (Hornchurch)
A new revival in Hornchurch for this "archetypical British bedroom farce"
Our Man in Havana (Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch)
Long before James Bond sipped his first vodka Martini, Graham Greene was having fun with the murky world of espionage. There's nothing like a corrupt régime on the brink of collapse to bring its profiteers into the limelight. Not to mention Our Man in Havana
Further stars announced for Philippines gala You'll Never Walk Alone
By Editorial Staff
The concert takes place at the Queen's Theatre on 2 March
Stars including Hannah Waddingham and Michael Xavier star in one-off concert for the Philippines
The show, entitled You'll Never Walk Alone, will play at the Queen's Theatre on 2 March 2014 in aid of the Philippines Typhoon Appeal
Dick Whittington (Hornchurch)
How many miles from Hornchurch to the City of London? wonders Dick Whittington as his story unfolds at the Queen's Theatre.