A Chorus Line at the London Palladium ★★★★

A Chorus Line is finally back in the West End and boy has everyone been waiting for it. The cult classic which has a small cabin in every theatre lovers heart, is 2 hours long without an interval. I’m not going to lie, I was slightly dubious about the fact that without an interval this […]

Viva Forever

Until the end of February 2013, you can have a Spice Girls inspired afternoon tea at Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge. I met up with some of the cast of Viva Forever (the Spice Girls inspired musical) to talk about the show over some lovely cakes! Rebecca McKinnis, Charlotte Wilcott, Simon Slater, Darren Carnall

The Route To Happiness

Rating [rating=4] Reviewed by Tony Peters Alexander S Bermange brings his wonderfully witty and often very moving new musical to the Landor Theatre as part of the venue’s From Page to Stage project, a showcase for new musical theatre writing. With a cast of just three, who are all West End veterans from shows such […]

Supreme fabulettes

Rating [rating=5] Reviewed by Jamie chapman Dixon The Supreme Fabulettes is an ‘all female male show’. With Leicester Square Theatre as our setting and the alcohol flowing, we looked to be in for a good night. As we took our seats the atmosphere was buzzing with excitement and laughter with old school cheesy pop music […]

Chris Ellison

Chris Ellison (best known for playing DCI Frank Burnside in ITV’s The Bill) caught up with West End Wilma, backstage at London’s Vaudeville Theatre where he is currently starring in Great Expectations The Play.

Romeo and Juliet

Rating [rating=2] Reviewed by Jamie Chapman Dixon   When I first heard that there would be a modern adaptation of Romeo and Juliet being performed at Upstairs at the Gatehouse I was excited to see it. I was slightly dubious about the fact that they set it in the 1960’s but I entered the theatre […]

Let It Be

Rating [rating=4] Reviewed by Frances Revel As a former theatre host, I’ve seen my fair share of Beatles tribute acts, ‘the story of’s’ and bootleg copies. The audience is usually characterised by middle aged couples dotted with the occasional drunk old man waving his arms out of time. Whilst Let It Be didn’t let me […]

9 to 5

Rating [rating=4] Reviewed by Ruthie Luff The hit musical 9 to 5 opened at the Richmond Theatre Monday night. With the piercing sound of an alarm clock, the audience perked up and the quiet stage burst to life as the real life Dolly Parton greeted us… well, almost real! 9 to 5, based on the […]

The Tempest

Rating [rating=3] Reviewed by Tony Peters Cast (in order of appearance) Prospero​​ – Nicholas Farr Ariel​​​ – Nicola Foxfield Alonso – ​​Richard Lynson Antonio – ​​Nicholas Maxwell Gonzalo​​ – Adam Samuel Sebastian – ​​George Collie Miranda – ​​Jennifer Elizabeth Cooper Caliban – ​​Mackenzie Thorpe Ferdinand – ​​Ed Sheridan Trinculo – ​​Jack Berry Stephano – ​​Andrew […]

Sherie Rene Scott

Direct from a sold out season at New York’s prestigious 54 Below, the Tony Award nominated Broadway star Sherie Rene Scott brings her acclaimed show, Piece of Meat – one of Time Out New York’s Best of 2012 – to the Hippodrome for three nights only in a strictly limited run. Sherie’s celebrated storytelling and […]

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