A brief but hugely memorable history lesson awaits you at the Arts Theatre. Sexy, sassy, sensational, seductive, stunning and superb, are just Six ways that you can describe this show and its awesome cast.
Murder For Two is an unmissable murder mystery musical, showcasing the perennial popularity of detective fiction alongside some brilliant piano duets – Ed MacArthur and Jeremy Legat are an exceptional double act.
Overall, A Spoonful of Sherman is a sweet little show that is guaranteed to make you feel nostalgic, slickly performed by a talented cast – you will leave the auditorium still humming the tunes!
Anniversary revival of Joe Orton’s black farce about money and death is a delight from start to finish.
It certainly packs a punch, and this is not solely due to the finesse displayed in the writing. Like an ultrasound revealing Bodies’ truly threatening potential, director Jude Christian heads a show that at one point sends an intersubjective shiver reverberating throughout her audience.
New drama about surrogacy is rich in metaphor and fraught with conflict, but you have to ignore its politics.
Love London Love Culture finally got around to seeing the show that everybody is talking about – and Love London Love Culture finally got around to seeing the show that everybody is talking about – and what an energetic and creative show it is. From the opening title number all the way through to the joyful finale, In the Heights is energetic and heartwarming that shows how a contemporary musical should be done.