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HALF A SIXPENCE – West End

In London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Reviews, Sticky, Ticket recommendations by Ian FosterLeave a Comment

It was no surprise to discover that Half A Sixpence would be transferring into the West End – its run at Chichester Festival Theatre was a huge success and with Cameron Mackintosh on producing duties, it was always going to be a case of when rather than if. It’s a slow-burner of a show, the second act really is the business thanks to Andrew Wright’s choreography.

TOP HAT – Touring

In London theatre, Musicals, Reviews, Touring by Matt MerrittLeave a Comment

There’s something about the glitz and glamour of Hollywood’s golden age that continues to intrigue theatre goers. Some love the nostalgia, for others it’s a link to a time they never had a chance to experience themselves. Top Hat is a perfect example, the epitome of style over substance, it nevertheless manages to consistently draw in the crowds.

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Review: Radio Times (Richmond Theatre, London)

In Musicals, Reviews by Johnny FoxLeave a Comment

You’ve never heard of Reg Armitage from Wakefield, have you? Much less heard that he was one of Britain’s most prolific composer-lyricists in the years between the two World Wars or that Sheridan Morley described him as the nearest thing Britain had to a home-grown Irving Berlin. Changing his name to Noel Gay didn’t really […]

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Review: Radio Times (Richmond Theatre, London)

In Musicals, Reviews by Johnny FoxLeave a Comment

You’ve never heard of Reg Armitage from Wakefield, have you? Much less heard that he was one of Britain’s most prolific composer-lyricists in the years between the two World Wars or that Sheridan Morley described him as the nearest thing Britain had to a home-grown Irving Berlin. Changing his name to Noel Gay didn’t really […]

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