Now that I’m getting into a rhythm on these daily columns, I’m going to try to introduce some regular features. And starting today, I’m planning on launching the week with column of disparate “diary” items — some fun, some not, that of stories that have made the news in the previous week.
Let It Be is fab way to experience the Fab Four, and without a doubt the reunion concert of your dreams – it’s about time for it to ‘Get Back’ to the West End…
It honestly doesn’t let up. At all. After an Edinburgh-focused August, and a ‘keep myself busy at all costs’ September (mostly to avoid the hell that is rush hour transport), October has rolled in, bursting at the seams because there is too much to do.
On the broader theatrical landscape, there are plenty of things opening this month! In London Eugenius! returns to The Other Palace, Milly Thomas’ Dust transfers to Trafalgar Studios 2, and Foxfinder opens at the Ambassadors.
Upstanding: If it’s an on-your-feet, singing all the words and leaving with joy in your heart kind of evening you expect from your Beatles jukebox musical, then Let It Be hits all the right notes.
Let It Be, kicking off its tour in Bromley this week, serves as a remarkable reminder of The Beatles’ story. Tracing the band’s beginnings in The Cavern club in Liverpool, it follows the soon to be named Fab Four on their fast track to greatness, hurtling to London and America and on to packed stadium tours, taking the audience with them on this journey.
I had ninety, non-stop magic moments at the Menier Chocolate Factory earlier this month at the opening of What’s It All About? Bacharach Reimagined.
There are few things that excite me more at a party than when I meet someone who says they can do card tricks. I will move heaven and earth to find a playing deck and then trail that person around for the rest of the night. When an actual magician is booked to mingle and […]
West End LIVE in association with MasterCard takes place in Trafalgar Square on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 June 2015. Now in its 11th year, this free annual event – the largest event of its type in the world – is organised by Westminster City Council and Official London Theatre and offers fantastic free family entertainment from London’s top theatre productions and attractions.