With a focus on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sumptuously melodious score, the new chamber-sized production of The Woman in White avoids the excesses of the original staging, allowing the gripping Victorian melodrama to be enjoyed purely on its own merits.
Are you a fan of Victorian melodrama? Are you a fan of Musicals? And finally, are you a fan of the work of ’The Lord’ – you know who I mean? If you can answer yes to at least two of these, then get yourself down to the Charing Cross Theatre where they are staging a revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White.
Acclaimed Australian musical theatre star, Anna O’Byrne, will take the role of Laura Fairlie in the first-ever revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tony and Olivier Award-nominated musical, The Woman in White. Directed by Thom Southerland, the production runs for 12 weeks at London’s Charing Cross Theatre, from 20 November 2017 to 10 February 2018, with a press night on 4 December. …
While many a non-Disney musical can be lost in the mighty Regent Theatre, the perspective in Oliver Smith’s scenic designs is given room to breathe in the cavernous auditorium. For audience members sitting well back from the stage, the three dimensional depth achieved through ingenious design can be clearly enjoyed and appreciated.
Predating the UK’s entry into the EEC/EU (and quite possibly outlasting it too!) the Cambridge University European Theatre Group has over the years amassed a fine degree of cross-Channel cultural integration. To some extent, this year is no exception and having just completed a Swiss tour via Belgium the group bring their 2016 production of Hamlet to the Cockpit Theatre for one day only.
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