More of a dramatic piece than a concert, Ute Lemper (once described as “the new Marlene”) brings back the memory of the progressive woman, “Hollywood icon, chanteuse, soldier”, through song and speech. This is Ute Lemper – Rendezvous With Marlene.
Playwright Ron Elisha chatted to Emma Clarendon about the world premiere stage production of Falling in Love Again at the King’s Head Theatre.
Peter Groom’s fascinating and entertaining show Dietrich: Natural Duty highlights the extraordinary contribution Marlene Dietrich made during the war.
Dietrich – Natural Duty, as part of the VAULT Festival, flies by and ends at the perfect moment. It’s such an interesting piece that you’d like more but are satisfied that you have been educated and thoroughly entertained. Peter Groom as Marlene Dietrich is enigmatic, engaging and totally captivating.
“Natural Duty is a one (wo)man cabaret exploring the life of Hollywood icon Marlene Dietrich. The show is a mix of theatre, drag and cabaret and uses songs and stories to explore a legends extraordinary commitment to duty.”
Terry Johnson’s new play is a deeply felt and typically witty look at the cinematographer Jack Cardiff.