WICKED THE MUSICAL at London’s Apollo Victoria Theatre

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS TO WICKED THE MUSICAL Playing at the Apollo Victoria Theatre until 25 November 2023 ★★★★★ “According to the Time Dragon Clock, The Melting occurred at the thirteenth hour…” and in honour of the thirteenth year of Wicked in the West End at the Apollo Victoria Theatre, the show celebrated with a […]

Could you be the new star of EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE in the West End?

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the award-winning feel good musical sensation, has announced a new booking period until Saturday 29 August 2020. As Layton Williams, the current star, sets off from the Apollo to lead the first national tour of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the Producers are launching a national search for an outstandingly talented undiscovered […]


CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS TO MAMMA MIA! THE PARTY Playing at London’s O2 until 3 March 2024 Created by ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus, Mamma Mia! The Party is a new and unique entertainment experience that puts guests in the heart of the action. Over the course of about four hours, the audience enjoys a spectacular show, […]

REVIEW: ZEUS ON THE LOOSE (Fire Nightclub) ★★

I saw Vicky Vox last year in the Regent‘s Park Open Air Theatre’s tremendous production of Little Shop of Horrors, in which she absolutely shone. I was delighted earlier this year when I arrived at the What’s On Stage Awards to find that she was co-hosting with Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, who she rendered speechless regularly throughout […]

REVIEW: THE LIFE I LEAD (Wyndham’s Theatre) ★★★

“When I think of an English man I picture you” was Mr Disney’s remark to David Tomlinson’s individual brand of quirky wit and upper class oafishness as the quintessential Edwardian Mr Banks in the beloved family film, marking the career transfer to the silver screen for Dame Julie Andrews in ‘Mary Poppins’. Starring comedian Miles […]

REVIEW: CALL ME FURY (The Hope Theatre) ★★★

Call Me Fury, a play about the hysteria surrounding witchcraft worldwide, written by Sacha Wilson is a seventy five minute piece of musical dramatic storytelling, it works because of the four actresses telling the stories. They are challenged to play multiple roles, switching between them by the simplest of costume changes and while occasionally we lose the […]

REVIEW: WAR HORSE (Curve) ★★★★★

The National Theatre’s War Horse galloped in all its splendour into Curve last week. The production is based on the 1980s novel by Michael Morpurgo, who originally denounced a stage adaptation of his masterpiece as an act of madness (but thankfully was very wrong). Adapted by Nick Stafford and presented in association with the award-winning […]

REVIEW: BIG THE MUSICAL (Dominion Theatre) ★★★

Based on the 1988 film starring a young Tom Hanks, Big The Musical features music by David Shire and lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr. Opening on Broadway in 1996, the show closed after 193 performances having not been received well and is known as one of Broadway’s costliest flops. The show then went through an […]

AJ Bentley talks about MAMMA MIA THE PARTY and the infectious music of ABBA

AJ Bentley plays Adam in Mamma Mia The Party. AJ won Gary Barlow’s BBC’s talent search Let It Shine, with his band Five to Five. From this, he embarked on an 18-month UK tour in The Band Musical, including an eight-week run in London’s West End. We caught up for him for a natter about the show over […]

REVIEW: NOW AND THEN (Above the Stag Theatre) ★★★★

 Now and Then is a new musical written by Ronnie Larsen, with original music and lyrics by Dennis Manning. We find ourselves in what can only be a country-and-Western setting, and we’re ready for some romancing. It’s 1978 and Greg, a university student and aspiring comic, is hosting one of his popular open-mic nights. Nervous […]

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