Fantastical extravaganza: The Southern Light Opera Company charm and fascinate as they take the trip over the rainbow every day until Saturday at the Kings Theatre, Edinburgh.
Two syndicate Mates in the My Theatre Mates collective – Katharine Kavanagh and Laura Kressly – today announce the Network of Independent Critics for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Read on for full details including how to apply. Well done, Katharine and Laura! Providing accommodation for established independent critics to visit Edinburgh Fringe without breaking the bank. Increasing media coverage of …
Our brilliant Mrs Henderson Presents lyricist Don Black once said that mounting a new musical was like wrestling with an elephant. How true he is. After months of hard labour, Mrs Henderson Presents finally had its West End debut last week. We have all put our heart and soul into this production and no matter how many times we all reassure ourselves with the thought that reviews don’t really matter the horrid truth is they do. Bad/mixed reviews hurt deep down into the very soul of you.
Alan Bennett is a playwright that most are familiar with, if not for his plays then certainly for his films (which started as stage productions), History Boys and Lady in the Van. From my personal point of view, he never fails to astound with the topics he chooses to pursue and this particular piece pushes […]
As the Shrek UK tour draws to a close, it was fun to catch up with the show’s final week at Manchester’s Lowry Theatre. Long long ago, before Shrek became a stage musical, it was an award winning DreamWorks movie that stole the hearts of adults and children alike. Upon its release in 2001, Shrek won the first ever Academy award for Best Animated Feature, as well as receiving countless nominations at the BAFTAs and Golden Globes.