Magic Show ‘Impossible’ Comes To Noel Coward Theatre This Summer

IMPOSSIBLE, the biggest magic show in decades, is set to thrill audiences in London’s West End this summer at the Noël Coward Theatre. The show will feature the very best magicians and tricksters from around the world, fusing dazzling grand stage illusions, up-close-and-personal magic, cutting-edge technological tricks and death-defying escapology in a fast-paced, breath-taking spectacular for […]

The Vote – Donmar Warehouse

The Donmar Warehouse’s latest dramatic venture The Vote is its most ambitious to date. While the large cast and topical subject matter present director Josie O’Rourke with distinct challenges, it is the logistics of the play that must be giving her the biggest headache. On May 7th The Vote will have to be performed nigh on […]

Brian Gilligan has Tea With Wilma

Brian Gilligan is playing the lead role of Deco in The Commitments at the Palace Theatre. I sat down with him for a cup of tea and a natter about the show! Take a look…..

Billy Elliot – Victoria Palace Theatre

What started as a musical adaptation of a much-loved film, Billy Elliot is now celebrating its tenth year at London’s Victoria Palace Theatre. Seen by over 10 million people world-wide, the inspirational story of a young boy from Durham who dreams of becoming a ballet dancer, is still captivating audiences of all ages, and it’s […]

Godspell in Concert UK tour to close early

  The UK tour of Godspell in Concert is to close two months early, producers announced this morning. The final performance will be at the Princess Theatre, Torquay on Wednesday 6 May. It had been scheduled to play 28 venues up to 3 July. Russell Scott, Producer & Musical Director of the show said “It is with […]

Dead Royal – Ovalhouse

Reading the description of Chris Ioan Roberts’ one man show could not have been camper if it had been hand-delivered by Conchita Wurst on a pillow of glittery rainbows. Set in 1981 on the eve of the Royal wedding, the infamous mistress Wallis Simpson invites Lady Diana Spencer to her apartment in Paris in a […]

Closer to Heaven – Union Theatre

The Union Theatre is a small fringe theatre with very intimate spacing, in the heart of Southwark. The theatre itself has reputation for staging high-quality musicals, such as a very successful Gilbert and Sullivan operetta season, Bare and The Dreaming. In spite of all this, last year the theatre petitioned to keep their space as […]

Sunday In The Arts – Arts Theatre

Sunday In The Arts is a new cabaret show above The Arts Theatre in the heart of London’s West End, playing on the last Sunday of every month with a multitude of West End stars. It is a quaint, homely, intimate space, perfect for a cabaret. Hosted by the hilariously stagey Emma Ralston and Anthony Williamson, performing […]

American Buffalo – Wyndham’s Theatre

Playwright David Mamet has not always been liked by the public, causing many complaints in the 80’s about the bad language used in his plays. The hilarious comedy, American Buffalo, is certainly no exception to this rule with so many expletives that a warning notice has had to be displayed in the foyer! American Buffalo […]

Get Happy – The Judy Garland Story – Jermyn Street Theatre

Get Happy is a warm and informative musical tribute to the life and work of Judy Garland. An insightful and entertaining evening which left me wanting to go home and download Judy Garland films.  Sparkly drapes laid over tables, red back drops and red roses give the feeling you could be in Judy Garland’s Hollywood […]

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