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In London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Reviews by Jonathan BazLeave a Comment

The musical Half a Sixpence bounds into the West End from Chichester, newly adapted by Julian Fellowes, with a spring in its step and an infectious grin. The story of Arthur Kipps, a lowly haberdashers’ assistant who comes into money but ultimately questions what happiness it brings, is brought to life in a visually beautiful production directed by Rachel Kavanaugh.

Coq-Tales & Conversation: Terri quizzes Moby Dick’s Andrew Wright, Anton Stephans & Brenda Edwards

In London theatre, Musicals, Special Events by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

At Crazy Coqs on Friday 28 October 2016 at 4.30pm, I’ll be chatting to a trio of talents from the 25th anniversary revival of Moby Dick! The Musical, which opens this month at the Union Theatre: director-choreographer Andrew Wright along with Anton Stephans and Brenda Edwards, who play Headmistress and Esta in the show and who are both former X Factor finalists.