The mind reading duo DNA is currently on tour with their show, coming to Live at Zédel today (18 March). They chatted to Emma Clarendon about being on tour.
Richard Shelton’s insightful and entertaining show Sinatra Raw successfully captures the many different elements of Frank Sinatra’s life.
Transferring to the capital from a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Richard Shelton’s tribute to Frank Sinatra makes for a fabulous evening.
Mark Mander’s creation in The Clementine Show is a sharp and sassy diva who provides a hilarious evening of comedy and music.
If you want to see a truthful artist who is so giving in her performance and able to magnetise a crowd toward her, then go and witness the star that is, Lucie Jones.
Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to cabaret star Michael Griffiths about his upcoming London shows.
The cast and crew for Champagne For Clementine did an amazing job in such a small room, in a short space of time. It’s a perfect show to take in before a night out, it’s upbeat, fun and funny, I left the theatre singing and feeling uplifted.
From the opening number which promises so much, through to the second half that might feel as though it is dragging on just a bit too long, the audience’s plight is fully acknowledged in this spirited production.
This perceptive and entertaining show celebrates the highs and lows of being a musical theatre performer through the songs of Alexander S Bermange.
For something fun and light-hearted, especially for those wanting to break into the theatre world, I Wish My Life Were Like a Musical is worth a view.
Liza Pulman‘s knowledge and love for Barbra Streisand helps the night flow in an entertaining but sincere way. I don’t doubt that Streisand would be honoured to hear and see Pulman’s fantastic celebration of her music and career.
Janie Dee’s brief residency at Live At Zedel was a chance to glimpse a performance of understated excellence. A two-time Olivier winner – and just nominated for a third – Dee drew her inspiration from across the spectrum of song in an enchanting yet eclectic set.
Back in London for a one-week residency, Scott Alan was in sparkling upbeat form as he played to a packed audience at Live At Zedel.
Any number of shows could have been included in this post; frankly it’s ludicrous that I decided to stick with my whole top 12 idea… As I’ve seen about 90 more individual shows than last year.
Live At Zédel, Soho’s unique live entertainment concept at Crazy Coqs, announces its new 2018 winter/spring season produced in partnership with Fane Productions.
How did you celebrate the fourth annual #LoveTheatreDay on Twitter yesterday? MyTheatreMates’ latest addition Debbie Gilpin (who runs Mind the Blog) marked the occasion online by sharing this great insight into a day in the life of theatre blogger. Do you think you could do it?
It’s nigh on forty years since this reviewer first clapped eyes on Patti Boulaye. Her braided hair in tight plaits, Boulaye lit up our TV screens on a Saturday evening.
As a performer Dixon is blessed with exceptional technical skills – her voice is pitch perfect and she liberally dilutes her vocal turns with perfectly syncopated tap routines throughout the gig.
Celebrating a selection of music written by three generations of the Sherman family, A Spoonful of Sherman has plenty to make you smile about.
It’s a surefire treat after a hard day of toil or tourism, to slip into the comfort of a collection of songs from the Sherman dynasty.
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