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‘Ultimately a feel-good show’: REPUTATION – The Other Palace ★★★

In Features, London theatre, Musicals, News, Opinion, Plays, Press Releases, Reviews, Ticket recommendations by Emma ClarendonLeave a Comment

Despite the plot holes, this is a charming musical that has potential. This might be the first outing for Alick Glass’s 1930’s set musical but there is still plenty of potential to be found in it despite the flaws in the plot and number of songs included in it. Taking place in 1935, Michelle is… Read More

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‘Karimloo’s voice remains a thing of wonder’: BROADWAY @ LEICESTER SQUARE – Ramin Karimloo

In Cabaret, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Reviews by Ian FosterLeave a Comment

The Broadway @ The Leicester Square brand is one which surfaces infrequently but always pays rich rewards when it does. Having attracted Patti LuPone, then Audra McDonald and John Barrowman into the intimate surroundings of an informal chat and sing-song arrangement with Seth Rudetsky, it is now Ramin Karimloo’s turn to deliver such a boutique concert.

Review: Sweeney Todd (Harrington’s Pie and Mash Shop)

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  We love us a bit of site-specific theatre.  We’re also almost indecently partial to a pie.  So the opportunity to sample both in a staging of Sondheim’s enduring Sweeney Todd in a 100-year-old London pie and mash shop was right up our street.  Even if that street was in Tooting. Not that Tooting is to be […]

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