American company Savio(u)r productions have brought Autobahn, a collection of seven short plays by Neil LaBute (who’s play In A Forest Dark and Deep played at the Vaudeville Theatre in 2011), to London’s Kings Head Theatre in Islington. I’ve always loved the Kings Head. There is something about having a tiny venue in […]

Kerry Ellis has Tea With Wilma

Kerry Ellis is one of the West End’s leading ladies. She is currently reprising her role of Elphaba in Wicked the Musical as well as releasing a new solo album and touring the UK. I caught up with Kerry backstage at Wicked for a cup of tea and a chat about everything that’s been happening!

Sarah Ingram & David Bedella have Tea With Wilma

Olivier Award winner DAVID BEDELLA will soon play razor-wielding madman Sweeney Todd with SARAH INGRAM as his pie-making partner in crime, Mrs Lovett at the Twickenham Theatre. I caught up with them for a cup of tea and a pie to have a chat about the show. Can you tell me about some of your career highlights for anyone […]

Avenue Q

After two successful West End runs and several UK tours, Avenue Q is back touring the UK and I caught the show at the New Wimbledon Theatre in London. Avenue Q is a street on the poorer side of New York whose inhabitants all feel a little down on their luck.  The story centres around […]

See Rock City & Other Destinations

America is a huge country and even if you decide to journey across it you might fail to notice the people within this vast land. See Rock City (and – apparently – Other Destinations) considers the non-tourists at these destinations and why they might be there. A drifter (Alex Lodge) and a waitress he picked […]

The Sequel

The London Welsh Centre houses Untouched Theatre’s adaptation of The Sequel, by Percival Wilde, as part of the Camden Fringe this month. The premise of The Sequel, we are told by the narrator, is to look at what happens after the traditional love story ends. And so we join newly engaged Prince Henry and Princess […]

The Philippine Dream

In Manlia (The Philippines) the Tuloy Foundation helps keep abandoned, abused and lost orphans off of the streets and raises them in a safe environment. Mamma Mia star Katy Osborne was so inspired by her trip to Manlia that she organised The Philippine Dream, a one night cabaret show at the Leicester Square Theatre to […]

Daniel Boys has Tea With Wilma

Daniel Boys is no stranger to the theatre world having performed in Avenue Q and Spamalot. On 28th August 2014, Daniel will be performing at the Delfont Rooms at the Prince of Wales Theatre in An Evening With Daniel Boys. I sat down for a cup of tea with Daniel to chat about what we can […]

Top Hat

Kicking off it’s UK tour in Wimbledon is Irving Berlins 1935 musical Top Hat (which originally starred Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodgers in their most successful film together). In 2011, the hit film was adapted for the West End stage and after a brief UK tour, opened at London’s Aldwych Theatre starring Summer Strallen and […]

The Actors Nightmare

The Actors Nightmare is a swift 30 minute play being showcased at the Phoneix Artists Club this month as part of the Camden Fringe Festival. George is an accountant (or so he believes) who is thrust onto the stage at the beginning of a play. He has no idea what play he is in or […]

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