Columbian performer and Royal Ballet principal Fernando Montano on what moved him to create an evening of performance supporting the Marine Conservation Society, shooting incredible underwater images and an unsung hero of British theatre. Read the interview then book your tickets for Fernando Montano and Friends – Dance for the Sea.
The British Theatre Academy presents this colourful, semi-staged concert version of Stephen Schwartz’s Godspell. Providing a space for young performers to gain real theatrical experience, this particular version is a lovely ode to a well-loved piece of music theatre.
Leading Latin American dance star and Royal Ballet soloist Fernando Montano will stage Fernando Montano and Friends – Dance for the Sea, an evening of music and dance, later this month to raise both awareness and funds for the Marine Conservation Society. Book your tickets now!
In his premiere London concert, Ben Platt performed his Sing To Me Instead tour to thunderous applause and proved that sublime vocal skill and authentic connection are the perfect combination for a magical night.
From cabarets to The Woman in Black via biscuits at Holby City: That Stagey Blog reflects on his latest Stagey Week.
Hugh Jackman thoroughly delights and entertains in a show that celebrates his career – dotted with plenty of personal anecdotes.
The West End star Liam Tamne chatted to Emma Clarendon about taking part in Main Men of Musicals at Cadogan Hall on 31 May 2019.
The Greatest Love of All is Belinda Davids’ tribute concert to one of the most beautiful voices of all times, Whitney Houston.
If you have an opportunity to catch Rob Lamberti in action do so, his performance is truly outstanding and a fitting tribute to the legend that was George Michael.
Debbie Kurup chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in The Best of… Rock Musicals and the Donmar Warehouse production of Sweet Charity.
Overall, All You Need is Love might not offer any major surprises, but it is still a warm and nostalgic show that will be enjoyed by fans of The Beatles.
Eccentric, scandalous, provocative, exuberant and funny as ever, internationally renowned designer Jean Paul Gaultier is shaking up London with his stunning new creation, Fashion Freak Show.
Since the closing of Bat Out of Hell, fans of the show have been able to keep their love and involvement alive through Rob Fowler and Sharon Sexton’s album Vision of You which charts the backstory of their characters Falco and Sloane.
This is the second Woman themed West End Live Lounge, but this time, the team have graduated from The Other Palace Studio to the main space as they become bigger and better.
Sensational 60s Experience was a night to remember, the finale was a sight to behold and I can’t wait to see the show again.
There’s no denying that we all love a bit of magic in our lives and the Royal Albert Hall’s Disney’s Broadway Hits provided the perfect sprinkle of fairy dust on a grey Saturday afternoon.
West End Live Lounge is back at The Other Palace on 10 March 2019 for a celebration of WOMEN. The stellar line up of performers will sings songs from powerful ladies, all whilst raising money for Samaritans. I spoke to founder Shaun McCourt about all things West End Live Lounge…
Fake folkies and Armenia’s greatest boogie-woogie pianist stand out in the sixth instalment of Allan Stewart’s Big Big Variety Show.
At the Stafford Gatehouse Theatre The Searchers played a two-hour concert to a full house packed to the rafters with fans and it was glorious.
Taking up the mantle, A Beautiful Noise is a tribute show by Fisher Stevens to the music of Diamond. Performing in lead vocals for the majority of songs, Stevens makes every effort to look and sound like the man himself.