4 Socially distanced theatre shows to see this winter break: Death of England: Delroy, GHBOY, Six The Musical and Pantoland

The shows you must see in London and can still see in the next coming months.

Death of England: Delroy

The play that speaks to the summer of Black Lives Matter, shows the life of a white English identity in which a working-class Black Englishman squares up to white Englishness feels nothing if not timely. This is a sort-of sequel is a Clint Dyer and Roy Williams directed play written back in March. The Black best friend of the protagonist Michael who is a conflicted and a self-destructive individual. Social distancing measure are put into place in the national theatre. ( Main image)

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GH Boy

This drama-based play is filled with dark secretes of the streets in East London. This stems from the murder of a young man dying unexpectedly and there are rumours of an unnamed killer. Robert the grieving the death of his father so desperately wants to be a better person but his journey is not easy as his boyfriend Sergio suddenly proposes. These twists and turns of this play are not be missed.

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This uplifting musical is here to lift your moods and groove you into the pop-concert, girl-group fashion of the six wives of the Henry VIII. This play unveils the drama behind the six queens, from their marriage, to their heart aches, and the beheaded. With exceptional rhymes through the luminous and apt music.

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To get yourself into the Christmas spirits, the London Palladium Pantoland will have the likes of regular stars Julian Clary, Nigel Havers, Paul Zedrin and Gary Wilmot working with them this year we will see the likes of Elaine Paige, Ashley Banjo & Diversity and Charlie Stemp with debutants Beverley Knight and Jac Yarrow.

Social distancing measures will be put in place as you enjoy the mash-up of bits from previous five years; season extravaganzas. The National Lottery scheme has made this all possible as they aimed at salvaging the panto season with effectively buying the seats that can’t be sold. Christmas seems to be back on with Pantoland.

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