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Cast announced for 9 to 5 The Musical – Upstairs at the Gatehouse

Casting is announced today and tickets are on sale for the London Fringe Premiere of 9 to 5 The Musical which is being produced at Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Highgate Village from 30th August through to 1st October 2017 with press night on 1st September, at 7.30 p.m. This hilarious musical comedy is based on […]

REVIEW: PAPER HEARTS (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) ★★★★

After it’s successful run at last years Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Paper Hearts arrives Upstairs at the Gatehouse. The story tells of young Atticus Smith (Adam Small), an aspiring writer working in a bookshop trying to find his way in the real world while simultaneously living in the world of his novel, Angel Star which he […]

Director of PAPER HEARTS Tania Azevedo has Tea With Wilma

West End Wilma reviewer Kara Alberts caught up with Paper Hearts director Tania Azevedo for a chat about the show I saw Paper Hearts at the Edinburgh Fringe last year and absolutely loved it. Now you have a transfer to Upstairs at the Gatehouse from the 2nd of May before going to Germany. So for people […]

REVIEW: THE MGM STORY (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) ★★★★

Judy Garland saunters through an empty film studio of Hollywood institution MGM, browsing through the unused costumes and camera equipment, while some stagehands sweep the premises. Or so it seems – the snappy start of the narration soon breaks the spell, and all cast burst into song. Less a musical or play than an educational […]

REVIEW: HAYFEVER (Upstairs at the Gatehouse)

It takes a great deal of natural comic timing, delivery and skill to perfect performing the work of Noel Coward. His plays call for both insouciance and melodrama simultaneously. This production, mounted by Logos Theatre Company, who strive to mimic the rep companies of yesteryear by giving drama school graduates the opportunity to perform alongside […]

The Goodbye Girl – Upstairs at the Gatehouse

Life isn’t fair. As a young girl I believed that I’d grow up, get married and have children. Simple, expected and so straightforward. But that is not the case. Life never pans out the way you expect and the so-called nuclear family no longer exists. But this doesn’t matter. Based on the 1977 film, The […]

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