Set against the surrounding political unrest in Argentina in the 1940s-50s, many topics, such as sexism, objectification of women, social division and corruption are touched upon, and no doubt hold current relevance for a modern audience.
The final collaboration between Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice returns to the West End, showcasing beautiful music in a production that needs a bit of a lift. Even just reading about Eva Perón’s life in the programme, this is a story that deserved to be told on stage, her life was so extraordinary that leaves you… Read More
Evita returns to the Edinburgh Playhouse with more than a little starryness about the turns, to match the starry nature of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical. Bill Kenwright’s touring production, last seen at the Playhouse in February 2014, gives a strong sense of the operatic to the late seventies show.