Make a night of it at The Tuff Nutt Jazz Club. Enjoy an exclusive live jazz show with dancing and cocktails, taking place at London’s hottest new pop-up club. Admission for ‘Nutcracker Nights’ is included in tickets purchased for selected performances of Nutcracker.
November 2023 - January 2024
This festive season McOnie Company reinvents a classic with a fresh new take on Nutcracker, opening at London’s hottest new venue, the Tuff Nutt Jazz Club at Southbank Centre.
Opening September 2023
Introducing our first ever permanent venue, Underbelly Boulevard!
November 2023 - April 2024
Ralph Fiennes and Indira Varma in William Shakespeare’s Macbeth Directed by Simon Godwin.
Kit Kat Club
The Kit Kat Club in London's West End opened it's doors November 2021 with the musical Cabaret, recently winning 7 Olivier Awards. Initial cast included Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley, now starring Aimee Lou Wood and John Mccrea.
A night of laughs, gasps, naughtiness and the best in cheeky adult cabaret.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that anyone in possession of wit and good taste must be in want of great entertainment.
A major production of the Olivier nominated, smash-hit West End and Broadway musical.
Abandoman brings his innate ability to craft songs on the spot to the world of Coachella. Combining hip hop, pop, EDM and more, he'll create a fully improvised music festival in an hour.
Described as an Aussie ‘Cirque du Soleil' meets 'Ru Paul’s Drag Race’, this award-winning all male, all vaudeville, all trash brat-pack is a cult variety hit.
An action-packed show led by world-famous Youtube sensation trials rider Danny MacAskill.
Ten acrobats take audiences on a stirring journey of what it means to be human.
Based on the novel BIG FISH by Daniel Wallace and the Columbia Pictures film screenplay by John August, this new production was the London premiere of the musical.
We all want something to believe in. It’s 1987 and Frankie Vah gorges on love, radical politics, and skuzzy indie stardom. But can he keep it all down?
Four of the West End’s leading ladies took centre stage in McEwan Hall