12 amazing shows scheduled for this weekend, November 24-26. Which one do you choose?

We know you have a busy schedule and that the weekend is short. But we believe that taking one or two hours from it and attending a theatre show, a concert of classical music or a stand-up comedy show would do no harm to you, but on the contrary. You will feel more relaxed and you will get rid of stress. Don’t take our words for granted, go and see it for yourself! We have 12 great suggestions for this weekend, November 24th -26th.

1. 42ND STREET

What other way to start the weekend better than going to a theatre show? For this Friday, November 24th, we recommend the “42nd Street” show. It’s one of the most popular Broadway productions that was first played on a stage back in 1980. This has made it one of the longest-running productions of today. So get your 42ND STREET tickets and be at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, at 7.30 pm.

2. BSO: SMOOTH CLASSICS

Are you a fan of classical music? In case the answer is “Yes”, then we suggest you attend the amazing show Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra has scheduled for this Friday, November 24th at Portsmouth Guildhall at 7.30 pm. Don’t forget to get your BSO: SMOOTH CLASSICS tickets.

3. AMORE/SVETLANA ZAKHAROVA

There are a couple of shows that everyone needs to attend at least once in their lifetime and one of them is Svetlana Zakharova’s show entitled “Amore”. She’s a very talented and incredible prima ballerina and most of her shows were staged with Bolshoi Ballet. Know that this Friday, November 24th, she will perform the previously mentioned ballet show at London Coliseum at 7.30 pm. You have no excuse to miss it. Buy your AMORE/SVETLANA ZAKHAROVA tickets.

4. NO SUCH THING AS A FISH - THE 2017 TOUR

The QI Elves that present the weekly podcast No Such Thing As A Fish have decided to go on a UK tour and present the most interesting facts they have discovered. The format is simple: each of the QI Elves takes turn and presents their favourite facts they have come across. If we managed to stir your curiosity, you should definitely consider buying some NO SUCH THING AS A FISH - THE 2017 TOUR tickets for this Friday, November 24th at Nottingham Playhouse, at 8.00 pm.

5. SING-A-LONG-A BEAUTY & THE BEAST

The Beauty And The Beast is one of the most popular and beautiful stories that have ever existed. After the huge success of the movie, producers decided to put the show on stage too in the form of a musical. Make sure that this Saturday, November 25th you reserve it for this dreamy and full of magic musical. Buy your SING-A-LONG-A BEAUTY & THE BEAST tickets from here and be at 2.00 pm at Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline.

6. SOUTHAMPTON PHILHARMONIC CHOIR (WITH SU PHIL)

It seems that this weekend is not only about theatrical interpretations, but also about music, a different kind of music that you probably don’t hear on the radio or at the TV. The Southampton Philharmonic Choir has scheduled a majestic show for this Saturday, November 25th at O2 Guildhall Southampton at 7.30 pm. If you’re a fan of this type of shows, you should waste no more time and buy your SOUTHAMPTON PHILHARMONIC CHOIR (WITH SU PHIL) tickets from here.

7. MARGARET CHO - FRESH OFF THE BLOAT

Actress, stand-up comedian, singer-songwriter, author and fashion designer – it seems that there’s nothing that Margaret Cho can’t do, although it’s worth mentioning she’s best known for her stand-up routines. Most of her routines are focused on critiquing political and social problems related to sexuality and race. Need a good laugh? Then go and get your MARGARET CHO - FRESH OFF THE BLOAT tickets for this Saturday, November 25th ASAP. Be at Queens Hall Edinburgh at 8.00 pm.

8. TOM STADE: I SWEAR

A Canadian who lives in Edinburgh and who has a unique “drunken Canadian” accent – there’s nothing special about this, right? Well, if you place that Canadian on a stage and watch him perform a stand-up comedy show everything seems to make sense now. Tom Stade is the one we’re talking about and he’s really great and making others laugh. See it for yourself by buying TOM STADE: I SWEAR tickets to his show for this Saturday, November 25th at Leicester Square Theatre, London, at 9.30 pm.

9. ELAINE PAIGE

When it comes to musical theatre, Elaine Paige is by far one of the most influential actresses and singers throughout the entire UK and not only. She has more than 50 years of experience on stage, making her first appearance on a theatre stage back in 1964. Her shows impressed numerous people, so if you want to be one of them too, you must buy your ELAINE PAIGE tickets and be this Sunday, November 26th at Alban Arena, St Albans, at 6.30 pm.

10. JUSTIN MOORHOUSE

You are supposed to get some rest on Sundays and recharge your batteries for a new work week, but did you know you can do this in other ways too? One suggestion would be to attend a stand-up comedy show, such as the one of Justin Moorhouse’s. He will perform this Sunday, November 26th at King George's Hall, Blackburn, at 7.30 pm. It’s best if you get your JUSTIN MOORHOUSE tickets ASAP.

11. THRILLER LIVE

The entire planet fell in love with the music of Michael Jackson and it is generally agreed that he wrote an entire chapter in world’s music industry’s history. Not even years after he passed away people couldn’t stop listening to his music and creating shows to celebrate him. This is also what the Thriller Live musical is all about. The show is scheduled for this Sunday, November 26th at Lyric Theatre, London at 7.30 pm. The sooner you get your THRILLER LIVE tickets, the better it will be for you.

12. THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY

How long has it been since you’ve attended a comedy play? Long enough, right? Well, that’s what we thought about and that’s why we chose The Comedy About A Bank Robbery as our final suggestion for this weekend. You’ll have some good time, you’ll laugh and you’ll recommend it to your friends too, we guarantee you that. This Sunday, November 26th, at Criterion Theatre, London, at 7.00 pm. Get your THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY tickets now.