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Are you tired of Jazz hands? Sick of the predictable eleven o’clock number? Do tap shoes and sequins leave you thirsty for something else? Then Fables For A Boy, which boasts to be a “Different Kind of Musical”, is for you! The new musical aims to answer the question, “What happens when the stories from […]

REVIEW: THE WITCHES (Rose Theatre Kingston)

When a little boy unknowingly stumbles into the annual meeting of witches, he overhears their horrible plan to get rid of all the children in the world. Witches detest children and are planning to wipe them out like weasels; by turning them all into mice! With the help of his grandmother, he must use all […]

REVIEW: THE CHILDRENS HOUR (Rosemary Branch Theatre)

Hidden in a little black room above the jovial and unassuming Rosemary Branch pub, a dark secret uncurls and writhes, stretching itself against the imagination of its keeper. This secret, however, is completely fictitious and slithers out of the mouth of a fiery tempered schoolgirl and sinks its teeth into those looking to protect and […]


Neil LaBute’s Reasons to Be Happy (sequel to Reasons to Be Pretty) follows a group of friends in an awkwardly complex love square. Since separating from Steph, protagonist Greg is now tentatively venturing into an auspicious relationship with Carly. Carly has recently split up with adulterous Kent, with whom she has a daughter. Steph and […]

REVIEW: BUG (Found 111)

After staging his acclaimed production ‘The Dazzle’ at Found111 last year, Simon Evans now returns with a revival of Tracy Letts’ play Bug twenty years after it premiered at the Gate Theatre in Notting Hill. Of course Bug went on to New York and became a film with Michael Shannon and Ashley Judd in 2006, […]

Simon Bailey (JERSEY BOYS) has Tea With Wilma

For those who may not be familiar with your work, can you give me a little run down of some of your career highlights so far? I’ve been very lucky to have been in many great shows, but the highlights would have to be playing Raoul in London and on the 25th anniversary tour of […]

New short film ‘The Roof’ released today featuring Ian McKellen and Jude Law

Today The Roof, a short film written by Nigel Williams and directed by Natalie Abrahami, is available on the Young Vic website. The full cast of the film is: Natalie Dormer, Noma Dumezweni, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Rory Kinnear, David Lan, Jude Law, Marcello Magni, Ian McKellen, Sinead Matthews and Hugh Skinner. David Lan, artistic director of […]

DREAM GIRLS accidentally sells tickets at dream prices

According to sources on social networking sites, when tickets went on sale yesterday to priority bookers for the Broadway transfer of Dream Girls (which opens at London’s Savoy Theatre in November 2016), they got more than they bargained for. Rock bottom prices! Fans managed to accidentally book seats for just £5.95 (instead of £59.95) and […]

Wicked’s EMMA HATTON flies into the Pheasantry for one night only

Following her much-acclaimed, sell-out show at Kettner’s, Emma Hatton brings her unique blend of jazz and soul back to Pizza Express on 1st May to take Chelsea’s Pheasantry by storm, as part of the London Festival of Cabaret. Currently starring as Elphaba in the West End production of ‘Wicked’, Emma has also been making waves […]

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