Ah, Broadway. The undisputed home of magical musical marvellousness. Getting its start in New York in 1750, Broadway theatre entered a golden age between 1950 and 1970 thanks to the runaway hit Oklahoma! which played for 2,212 performances.
Today, 41 theatres across Midtown Manhattan are home to the best shows musical theatre has ever seen. Remarkably, shows from the 1950s still form the core of the musical theatre repertory.
Next time you visit New York, whether you favour a classic like Phantom Of The Opera, Cabaret, Cats or Chicago or your tastes are more suited to a modern production like Hamilton, The Book Of Mormon, The Lion King or Wicked, just go.