Theatre Breaks on Myspace

London Musical Playlists for All on Myspace

Do you remember Myspace? Well it still exists and is growing by the day and now you can visit for a fascinating aray of music and videos from London musicals including Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Wicked, Jersey Boys and Mamma Mia!  Our playlists of songs from the shows will hopefully help you to pick the perfect show for your London theatre break and give you a chance to get to know the show songs that you will be enjoying when you next come to L0ndon.

Songs from the shows

Every show has its own playlist. Some are recordings of the original London cast, others are covers that other artists have done and some are the original recordings by the original artists which have nothing to do with the stage show but I hope are of interest none the less.

For example whilst I have included all the cast recording for Dreamboats and Petticoats, in place of the cast performances for We Will Rock You I have put together a variety of studio recordings, re-mastered mixes and live performances by Queen and a few special guests!

New Musicals in London

As new shows come in to town we will continue to build the collection so I hope you bookmark the site and if you know of anyone who may be interested then do point them our way.

Show Songs for Sale

Of course we hope you keep coming back to but if you want to take any songs away with you, you can even buy individual songs or complete albums through itunes.

London Theatre Breaks Profile Playlist

And just to give you an idea of what my favourites are – here is my playlist

Defying Gravity – Wicked

Born To Boogie – Billy Elliot

Marilyn Monroe – Blood Brothers

Singin’ in the rain – Singin in the Rain

Sherry – Jersey Boys

Flash  – We Will Rock you

Over The Rainbow – Wizard of Oz

Cell Block Tango –  Chicago the Musical

All I Ask Of You – Phantom of The Opera

We Built This City – Rock Of Ages

Bring Him Home – Les Miserables

About Simon Harding

Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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