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WATCH: David Bedella sings ‘I Won’t Send You Roses’ ahead of LMTO concert, Full cast

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Full casting has been announced for next weekend’s London Musical Theatre Orchestra much-anticipated concert presentation of Jerry Herman’s Mack and Mabel, which runs for one night only at Hackney Empire on Saturday 23 September 2017. Have you got your tickets yet? Have you entered the competition on our sister site StageFaves.com?

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Once more unto the breach: What’s new about Henry V?

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After an acclaimed tour in 2016, Antic Disposition’s production of Shakespeare’s Henry V returns in February to embark on a tour of eight of the UK’s most historic and beautiful cathedrals, including Southwark Cathedral on Bankside in the heart of Shakespeare’s London. Antic Disposition’s Ben Horslen and John Riseboro explain their approach to the classic – and why they’ve cast French actors in it…

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The Doppel Gang: What can The Marx Brothers tell us about identity today?

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Dominic Hedges’ comedy The Doppel Gang, which transfers to London’s Tristan Bates Theatre this month, centres on four hopeless entertainers devise a plan to save their theatre from closure, by masquerading as The Marx Brothers. It’s director Terence Mann’s third production for Just Some Theatre Company…

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The Acedian Pirates: A year’s fundraising for the pirate crew

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Bobby Brook is the director of Jay Taylor’s new play The Acedian Pirates, which premieres at London’s Theatre503 next week. My journey with this play began, if my memory isn’t too hazy, almost three years ago now. I was working in-house at Theatre503 at the time, as their Resident Assistant Director. One of my first directing gigs was to work on their …