Set during JFK administration, this new musical by Lizzie Freeborn, at the London Theatre Workshop, is set in The White House and looks at the staff in-house at the time of the sexual scandal set by JFK himself and Marilyn Monroe.
I saw and loved Eugenius! back in 2016 at its premiere concert at the London Palladium, so I was very excited when I read it was returning to The Other Palace. I’m pleased to say I stand by my initial review – I absolutely adored this, unique, hilarious, feel-good show.
The Mischief Theatre company, founded in 2008, is well known for providing family entertainment and great comedy and they certainly don’t disappoint with the UK tour of the West End hit The Play That Goes Wrong.
Everything about Collective Rage at the Southwark Playhouse is unapologetic and the whole thing is gloriously feminist and queer. For a laugh a minute show that also makes you think, it is the one for you.
Ria Jones takes on the role of the narcissistic, fading Norma Desmond with masterful skill in the touring production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard, reviewed at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking.
The show opens with the bad guys; Dr Bloom played by Marc Pickering and General Blight played by Carl Mullaney, both of whom worked well together and it felt like they had walked straight out of a comic strip into the real world.