Emma Clarendon chatted to Tori Allen-Martin and Sarah Henley about their new not-for-profit organisation, Burn Bright.
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This glorious and musically powerful staged concert version of the beloved musical manages to maintain the drama.
This is a gloriously funny and heartfelt play that offers a fascinating insight into how the barbershop is a place of vital importance for African men.
This lovely musical based on David Walliams’ children’s book is filled with fun and mischief.
This uplifting and compassionate musical is a reminder of how important kindness and friendship is. Now available to watch online via Broadway HD.
Empowering in many aspects, somehow elements of the story feel as though they get lost in this ambitious new musical.
This joyous and lively production, starring Tamsin Greig, is one of the best versions of Shakespeare’s comedy I’ve ever seen.
We chatted to the actor about his project The Show Must Go Online, which weekly presents a Shakespeare play for online audiences.
As part of The Show Must Go On’s series streaming Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musicals online, this glorious celebration of The Phantom of the Opera highlights how it is a musical that celebrates the power and beauty of music.
The cast recording of West End musical The Prince of Egypt allows the orchestra and ensemble as well as the leading cast to shine.
We chatted to theatre PR supremo Chloé Nelkin about keeping the arts world alive during this difficult time as well as celebrating the 10th anniversary of Chloé Nelkin Consulting (CNC) last month.
It would be fair to say that right now what the British public need right now is a laugh – particularly if they are missing going to the theatre – which is why it was a stroke of genius for the National Theatre to stream One Man, Two Guvnors.
There is no denying that Cyprus Avenue is a powerful drama about struggling with identity and prejudice that makes for chilling viewing from start to finish.
Emma Clarendon chatted to The Vault Festival’s Mat Burtcher and Andy George about the early closure of this year’s festival and its future.
Broadway HD streamed Trevor Nunn’s production of Oklahoma! for free this weekend.
Henry V is a vibrant and insightful production that also reveals the importance of regional theatre in keeping the industry alive.
Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon discusses the devastation and impact that the coronavirus is currently having.
We round up the reviews for Mike Bartlett’s play Love Love Love, running at the Lyric Hammersmith until 4 April 2020.
The reviews are in for the world premiere of this new musical based on the hit film Back to the Future.
Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for E.V.Crowe’s new play Shoe Lady, playing for a strictly limited three-week run at the Royal Court Theatre.
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