Stage shows, musical films, plays and more to watch on Amazon Prime
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But here are some shows you can see on the platform. Oh and also spare a thought for those who may be out of work during the ongoing crisis – you can find ways to help here.
What the Constitution Means to Me
The Broadway hit is truly unmissable (given the recent events in the US) – so we would recommend giving it a try ASAP.
Tom Hooper's version of the stage titan is back and available for Prime members!
Our first Macbeth on this list is the recent version starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. A brooding, visually beautiful recording, it is directed by Justin Kurzel.
Michael Crawford stars in this musical about the iconic circus master. It was an out-and-out hit well before The Greatest Showman came along, and features some great tunes including "Join the Circus".
Anthony Hopkins, Florence Pugh, Andrew Scott and more tackle the Bard's great tragedy (apparently written during a quarantine, by the way) in this BBC special that aired a couple of years ago. While we're on the subject – isn't it about time Pugh comes to the stage? A separate version featuring James Earl Jones is also available!
The Riot Club
The film version of Laura Wade's smash-hit play Posh arrives on Amazon Prime.
Fiona Shaw is brilliant at most things (cough, Killing Eve, cough) and to see her take on one of Shakespeare's most iconic monarchs in this production is worth its weight in gold.
A drum, a drum, another Macbeth doth come! Patrick Stewart and Kate Fleetwood star in this production courtesy of Rupert Goold, which made the leap to TV after initially running at Chichester Festival Theatre in 2007.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Try this for a cast – Helen Mirren, Ian Richardson, Judi Dench, Ian Holm, Diana Rigg, Clive Swift and MORE appear in what might be one of the starriest filmed stage productions. Theatre royalty at its best.
Kiss Me Kate
Want to spend the holidays brushing up your Shakespeare? Well look no further than this film version of the fantastic musical caper.
Much Ado About Nothing
Shot over the space of two weeks, Joss Whedon (of Avengers fame) got a group of friends together to shoot their own take on Much Ado all in the same LA household. The results are low-fi and endearing.
Based on the RSC's Greg Doran version of the show, Paterson Joseph stars in this filmed version of the Shakespeare classic.
The 2007 film is a feel-good dose of fun – just what we all need right now!
Every Little Step
A pertinent look behind the magic on A Chorus Line, given the death of choreographer Bob Avian recently this one hits home.
Featuring Glen Hansard's lovely tunes, the film went on to inspire the heart-warming, award-winning musical. So it's essential viewing for any theatre fans.
Jesus Christ Superstar
Got heaven on your mind? The 1973 film version of the iconic musical is a rollicking blast and features some outstanding voices (and some edgy desert sets) so if you want to bask in some proper ALW tunes then head for this.
One Night in Miami
The film version of the charged Kemp Powers play looks set to be a big awards contender.
Pride and Prejudice
The musical played on our Facebook page in summer 2020, but it's now available for any enterprising Austen fan up for a musical twist!
Guys and Dolls
The hit show might not be rockin the boat on stage right now, but you can catch the 1955 film here.
BOTH seasons of Phoebe Waller-Brdige's hit series, based on the stage play, is available for Prime users now!
Featuring that iconic Fred Astaire "Dancing on the Ceiling" moment, this is a complete gem of a vintage show – perfect for warming cockles!