REVIEW: THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG (The Lighthouse, Poole) ★★★★

Some plays make the audience smile, others even manage to draw out a chuckle, but THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG had its audience hooting with laughter and tearing up with its dangerously well-designed disasters. After the BBC TV production of PETER PAN GOES WRONG was aired following its filming in front of a live studio […]

Namaaste Kitchen

Namaaste Kitchen is the brainchild of ‘Best Chef of The Year’ award-winner Sabbir Karim. Since opening in November 2010 Namaaste Kitchen has received a multitude of critical acclaim, named as ES Magazine’s ‘Critics’ Choice’ in 2011 and voted Best Indian Restaurant 2014. Serving a variety of North and South Indian inspired dishes, all with a […]

REVIEW: LA VOIX – Red Hot Globe Trot (Crazy Coqs) ★★★★★

La Voix is a divine, sophisticated drag artist with bright red hair and a body that is the best money can buy. She was a finalist in Britain’s Got Talent and has even appeared in the Ab Fab Movie. She also came second in Ru Paul’s Drag Race! La Voix is a very talented mimic […]

Cast announced for HONEYMOON IN VEGAS at the London Palladium

After the resounding success of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s State Fair (Cadogan Hall November 2016) and the sell out concert of Alan Menken & Lynn Ahrens’ A Christmas Carol (Lyceum Theatre, December 2016), with numerous five star reviews for both performances, The London Musical Theatre Orchestra is delighted to announce the full casting for its first […]

Cast announced for war-time gay love story YANK! at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre

The 12-stong cast has been revealed for the international premiere of war-time love story Yank! which opens in Manchester next month. The moving gay love story set in World War Two is the latest collaboration between leading London-based theatre production company Aria Entertainment and one of Manchester’s newest and leading arts venues, the award-winning Hope […]

Coming-out play 46 BEACON transfers to the West End

Making its West End debut, 46 Beacon, a coming-of-age and coming-out play set in 1970’s America, arrives at Trafalgar Studios 2 for a limited season, running from 5 – 29 April 2017, following a short run in 2015 at The Hope Theatre. Written by Drama Desk and Richard Rodgers Award winner Bill Rosenfield, this memory […]

INTERVIEW: Joe Aaron Reid chats about DREAMGIRLS at the Savoy Theatre

I caught up with Broadway star Joe Aaron Reid who is now starring in the West End production of DreamGirls playing Curtis Taylor Jr. alongside Glee star Amber Riley at the Savoy Theatre. Joe Aaron Reid’s previous credits include Benny in In the Heights (Kings Cross Theatre); Stephen in If/Then (Broadway); understudy Willie Lopez in Ghost […]

Theatre Etiquette: The girls who ruined THE GIRLS

Yet another blog about theatre etiquette As I sit down this morning, with a cup of tea, ready to start the day, I should be reflecting on last night’s glorious press night for Gary Barlow’s new musical THE GIRLS. Sadly, I have other things, more pressing on my mind that I need to get off […]

REVIEW: THE WILD PARTY (The Other Palace) ★★★★

Based on the 1928 Joseph Moncure March poem of the same name, Michael John LaChiusa and George C. Wolfe’s The Wild Party makes its UK premiere at The Other Palace. Formerly the St James Theatre, The Wild Party also marks the first production at Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Other Palace. When the poem was first […]

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