Singular Sensations

Singular Sensations is a new series of interview and performance sessions (hosted by Ed Seckerson) which takes stars of musical theatre and talks to them in-depth and about their careers. Think Parkinson but with theatre people. Kerry Ellis was the first in this series. It was a nice informative and intimate session with some lovely […]

Afraid of the Dark

Rating **** Reviewed by Alex Foott Click here for tickets   Sidling along the row and dropping into my seat, I thank my lucky stars that I have been placed slap-bang in the middle of the auditorium. No chance of being grabbed by any shadows lurking in the aisles (thankyou, very much!) Suddenly, the audience’s […]

Diva's Unsung

Diva’s Unsung is a cabaret of leading lady show stoppers coming to the Leicester Square Theatre on 22nd September. Three of the six divas, Jenny Potts, Rebecca Trehearn and Kirby Lunn put pen to paper to tell me about the show and themselves. Can you tell me about your show and what people can expect […]

Nellie McQuinn

Nellie McQuinn is currently starring in The Spring Tide at The Old Red Lion Theatre. Nellie sat down to have Tea With Wilma to talk about the show and herself Click here to see who else has had Tea With Wilma

Farragut North

Wilma’s Rating *****   Farragut North opened at London’s Southwark Playhouse last week, attracting a lot of attention because of one particular cast member, Rachel Tucker. Having just released a solo album ‘The Reason’, this is Rachel’s first show since leaving the West Ends biggest show Wicked where she played the leading lady role of […]

Another Way

West End stars Julie Atherton and Andy Coxon are currently starring in a new musical ‘Another Way’ at Londons Cockpit Theatre. I caught up with them on press night to have a chat about the show. Click here to see who else has had Tea With Wilma

Another Way

Wilmas Rating *** Friday 13th, the Cockpit Theatre, drenched right through from the rain outside, I entered the room needing a well deserved sit down to dry off. But to my horror the audience were all stood in the middle of the room, squashed together, with the seats cornered off. I couldn’t think of a […]

The Speed Twins

Rating ** Reviewed by Tony Peters A glance at playwright Maureen Chadwick’s television credits and one could be forgiven for expecting something here along the lines of the populist Waterloo Road and Footballers Wives that she has created for the small screen. So this drama comes as something of a revelation, at least from the […]

Sincerely Mr Toad

Rating *** Reviewed by Alex Foott Splashing about in the wake of its critically acclaimed run at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Sincerely, Mr Toad flings forth its fresh-faced cast to show us the rather unexplored story of one of Britain’s most celebrated writers. Sell A Door Theatre Company’s latest work is an ambitious biopic […]

War Horse

Wilmas Rating **** War Horse is one of those plays that everyone needs to see (and most people surely have by now). It transferred to the New London Theatre from the National in 2009 after a 2 year run and has been delighting audiences night after night ever since. As usual I galloped straight to […]

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