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?
Eschewing the path of development workshops and showcases, producer Hannah Elsy has built her original rock musical The Quentin Dentin Show into an ever-expanding, cult phenomenon in full view of the paying public.
Richard Bean is perhaps best known for making people laugh. He’s a dab hand at the escalating frenzy of farce, as well as a pleasurable punchline. Whilst One Man, Two Guvnors was a global juggernaut, his latest play, Kiss Me, is an intimate duet.
At the Edinburgh Fringe, I was on at 3:30pm at a family-friendly venue. For those of you who have seen the show, you will understand how utterly inappropriate this was. Walk-outs became more regular than walk-ins and I developed a drinking problem.
Quarter Life Crisis presents an upbeat take on the millennial phenomenon of big dreams, no cash, going viral, YouTube tutorials, having numerous zero-hour contracts, and surrendering the 16-25 railcard.
The UK premiere of this new American musical – a tale of love, desire and murderous obsession – stars Kerry Ellis, Ramin Karimloo, Norman Bowman and Victoria Hamilton-Barritt. It’s booking at the Arts Theatre until 3 December 2016. What have critics been saying about it?
Sara is freewheeling but needy; she falls for Tom who is sexy but untrustworthy. With clever use of minimal props and the stage’s revolve, we watch the trajectory of a relationship play out through song and choreography … until it runs its course and ends badly.
Adrian Berry is the writer and director of From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads, a one-man show about an obsessive David Bowie fan (played by Alex Walton) which opens this month at Waterloo East Theatre ahead of a UK tour. Adrian originally trained as an actor himself and has collaborated with a wide variety of artists across circus, music and …
I have been a huge musical theatre fan for as long as I can remember – anyone who knows me well would agree with me when I say I was stagey from birth.
Louise is a successful actor and singer with numerous, impressive credits to her name, a gorgeous family, and a plenty of auditions. But when a cold turns out to be a sign of something worse, Louise is sent into an existential spin.
I’m interested in responsive work and collaborating to research, analyse, visualise and present an audience with live experiences that have a direct link to their lives, politics, now, today and sharply and truthfully ask difficult questions.
To celebrate the release of the Official London Theatre Audio Tour with Ian McKellen, we’ve teamed up with the Society of London Theatre to give away £100 of Theatre Tokens! Theatre Tokens can be redeemed at over 240 venues, including the historic theatres visited in this first-ever immersive walking tour of the West End, voice by six-time Olivier Award winner, Sir Ian McKellen.
Russian Dolls, the title of my play, has nothing to with Russia or Dolls. But you know those pretty wooden Russian dolls that are identical and fit inside each other one after another until you get to the tiniest one? Those are the dolls I’m referring to, in a roundabout way.