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Matthew Bourne’s THE RED SHOES – Sadler’s Wells & touring

In Dance, London theatre, Opinion, Reviews, Sticky by Carole WoddisLeave a Comment

Well, he’s done it again. Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes, based on the iconic movie by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger is a triumph, whichever way you look at it. Scenic-wise, music wise and not least as a gripping story, from first to last you know you are in the hands of someone who loves and has complete mastery over the technical and dramatic qualities of theatre.

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NEWS: Dreamgirls extends booking to October, TICKETS ON SALE

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With best availability from March 2017, and all shows so far sold out, booking for this critically acclaimed new production extends through to October. Sonia Friedman Productions is delighted to announce that at midday on Friday 16 December Dreamgirls, which opened this week at the Savoy Theatre to widespread critical acclaim 35 years after originally opening on Broadway, will extend …

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Press pass: Everything you need to know about Amber Riley in Dreamgirls

In Features, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Quotes, Reviews, Sticky, Ticket recommendations by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

It’s taken 35 years, but Broadway hit Dreamgirls, inspired by the story of The Supremes, finally received its West End premiere last night (14 December) at the Savoy Theatre. Was it worth the wait? Based on most overnight reviews, the answer is a – very very loud (possibly over-amplified) – YES!

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NEWS: Mathew Horne joins Griff Rhys Jones & Lee Mack in The Miser, Full cast announced

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Full casting has today been announced for a major West End revival of Molière’s classic comedy The Miser. The full cast, which includes Mathew Horne, join previously announced Griff Rhys Jones who returns to the West End stage after a five year absence and Lee Mack who makes his West End debut. The play has been newly adapted by Sean …