West End line-up announced for CHILDREN OF EDEN 30th Anniversary Concert

Forty Four Productions present the 30th Anniversary Concert of Children of Eden, the musical by legendary Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz, with a book by acclaimed director and writer John Caird, on Sunday 3rd October 2021 at Cadogan Hall – with two performances at 1:30pm and 6pm. The concerts feature an all-star West End cast including […]


Based on the classic 1952 film starring Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds, Singin’ In The Rain has been a well-loved classic musical ever since. The show was last seen on stage in London at the Palace Theatre in 2012 but is now back making a splash at Sadlers Wells, playing until 5 September 2021. Don […]


I first saw Nick Payne‘s play Constellations at the Duke Of Yorks Theatre in 2012 when it transferred from the Royal Court starring Rafe Spall and Sally Hawkins. In 2015 I saw the Broadway production with Jake Gyllenhall and Ruth Wilson and now, back in London, I couldn’t turn down the chance to see Russell […]


Based on the TV series (which, full disclosure, I have never seen) The Windsors: Endgame opened at The Prince of Wales Theatre this week, poking fun at the royal family in a cruel yet (somewhat) hilarious way. The Queen has resigned and Prince Charles (Harry Enfield) is now King. Camilla (Tracy-Ann Oberman) has let the […]

REVIEW: 2:22 A GHOST STORY (Noel Coward Theatre)

Do you believe in ghosts? It’s an interesting topic of discussion to have at a dinner party and that is just what is happening in 2:22 A Ghost Story, playing now at the Noel Coward Theatre in London. Making her West End debut, Lily Allen stars as Jenny, mother to a young baby and living […]

UK Tour of BLOOD BROTHERS kicks off this week

Smash hit musical Blood Brothers returns to the stage this week starting a UK new tour. In celebration of the musicals’ relaunch, Lyn Paul returns for her farewell tour in the iconic role of Mrs Johnstone, which she first made her own in London’s West End. Completing the cast is: Hannah Barr (Brenda), Joel Benedict […]

REVIEW: CAROUSEL (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre)

For most people, the image of a fairground is nostalgic, perhaps conjuring up fond childhood memories of candy floss and laughter amongst the galloping horses… Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel is not quite as happy. Adapted from Ferenc Molnár’s 1909 play Liliom, the musical looks at love, loss and regret. It also deals with desperation and […]


Chris Woodley‘s new farce about a Hollywood heartthrob trying to avoid being outed as gay in order to have a chance at winning ‘Best Actor’ at the Oscars, is currently playing at Above The Stag Theatre in Vauxhall. Set in a hotel room on the eve of the Oscars, Tommy Miller, his boyfriend George and […]

REVIEW: ANYTHING GOES (Barbican Theatre)

Originally titled ‘Bon Voyage’ (changing its name just before opening due to sensitivity around a recent ship which caught fire and killed 137 people in America) ‘Anything Goes‘ opened on Broadway in 1937 and quickly became one of Cole Porter‘s most well loved musical stage shows. The show is back in London for the first […]

REVIEW: JOHN & JEN (Southwark Playhouse)

A brand new version of the Andrew Lippa and Tom Greenwald musical ‘John & Jen’ (with orchestrations by Jason Robert Brown & Andrew Lippa) is currently playing at the Southwark Playhouse in London – a short walk from Elephant and Castle tube station (3 stops from Charing Cross). It is an emotional rollercoaster of a […]

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