I’ve just got back from New York and Toronto where I saw 11 shows in 11 days in 2 countries. Watch what I got up to in my new vlog! Make sure you’re subscribed to my YouTube channel to see all my latest videos as they happen!
Last week I took a look back at the shows I said I was looking forward to seeing in 2016 and what I actually thought of them in the end. Now it is time for the obligatory end of year round up of my favourite shows from 2016. It will be unsurprising for you to […]
On Friday 4th November 2016, the Wilma Awards took place at the Hippodrome Casino celebrating the best theatre from the past twelve months. https://youtu.be/6TKiKw5sxNY Best West End Musical (Sponsored by TodayTix) Guys and Dolls (Phoenix Theatre)Kinky Boots (Adelphi Theatre)Funny Girl (Savoy Theatre) Best West End Play (Sponsored by Curtain Call) People, Places and Things (Wyndham’s Theatre)Nell […]
I am delighted to announce the nominees for the third annual West End Wilma Awards, which will be held, once again, in association with the Hippodrome Casino on Friday 4th November 2016 at the Hippodrome Casino at 2pm. This years nominees are: Best West End Musical (Sponsored by TodayTix) Guys and Dolls […]
There are just six weeks left to see the critically acclaimed, Olivier Award nominated musical MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS at the Noel Coward Theatre. The final performance of this strictly limited 18-week season will be on Saturday 18 June 2016. Based on the 2005 film of the same name MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS stars Tracie Bennett as […]
What do these hugely popular shows that are either playing in London right now, or have played there over the past few years, all have in common? Show Stoppers: The Improvised Musical, Nell Gwynn, Funny Girl, Gypsy, Sweeney Todd, Mrs Henderson Presents, Sunny Afternoon, Matilda, Singing’ In The Rain and Urinetown. Hangmen, Constellations, The Nether, […]
Mrs Henderson Presents… one of the most uplifting British musicals to grace London’s West End in recent years. Get tickets here Based on the 2005 Oscar-nominated film, the Noël Coward Theatre is transformed into the Windmill Theatre for this old-fashioned but uplifting ‘revudeville’ about the beginning success of the theatre and its naked female performers. The […]