Sebastien Lancrenon and Jean-Baptiste Sauray’s musical, newly translated from French by Ranjit Bolt, is a devoted tribute to the french hero. It focuses the conflict between pro- and anti- disability rights on the school’s resources and teaching methods, with Louis at the centre of the fight.
What a great way to get the Bank Holiday weekend off with a swing. Last night, I hosted a post-show Q&A at MISS NIGHTINGALE. This original British musical is now in its sixth iteration – musicals, as Sondheim says, aren’t written but re-written – since starting life as a short piece in Ipswich and at […]
The Wild Party, a simple and to-the-point title, perfectly describes the show as well as the evening I experienced. There was so much to like about this performance. Adapted into a performance piece here by Mingled Yarn Theatre Company, The Wild Party was originally a book-length narrative poem by Joseph Moncure March in the roaring twenties.