The trio chatted to us about bringing the magic of Disney’s Bedknobs and Broomsticks to the stage. Aren’t we due a bit of magic in our lives? Dianne Pilkington thinks so. She is staring in Bedknobs and Broomsticks, and she, for one, is thrilled to be dreaming of the impossible again.
The entire New Adventures company prove once again in The Red Shoes why they’re so revered in this glorious looking and exceptionally assured production.
The masters of laughter, Mischief Theatre are back at it again with a gut wrenchingly funny touring version of Peter Pan Goes Wrong, which takes everything theatrical and jumbles it into a mess of impassioned, choreographed mayhem.
It is difficult not to find yourself tapping your toes along to some classic songs and fabulously fun choreography by Bill Deamer.
I can’t help but wholly recommend Little Miss Sunshine, a feel good road trip with an unconventional, dysfunctional family that brings a smile to your face.
Family musical Annie, with its sheer enthusiasm, joy and optimism, is exactly what we all need in these gloomy times and with Nikolai Foster’s gloriously heartwarming and sincere production of Annie you will certainly leave the theatre with a smile on your face.
The former The Voice contestant Lucy O’Byrne tells us about starring in the new musical stage adaptation of Little Miss Sunshine.
Thrilling and dynamic, Matthew Bourne’s production of Swan Lake stays with you long after the curtain has come down.
The House on Cold Hill has the chill of the usual ghost story, such as Woman in Black but with a modern twist.
Charlie Clements & Persephone Swales-Dawson chatted to us about touring the UK and starring in The House on Cold Hill, playing at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking from 23 to 27 April 2019.
Here are a few reads from Emma Clarendon’s Love London Love Culture that proved particularly popular in March.
While initially slow to start, Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s musical Calendar Girls beautifully draws the audience into the story and the lives of the calendar girls.
Dirty Dancing is not just a show about a love affair against the odds, or an early 60s period piece. Its continued popularity over the past 31 years is just as much due to tackling issues of class, family, loyalty, and right and wrong head on.
Madagascar the Musical was a perfect family night out, full of fun for the young audience as they tapped, cheered and danced their way through the story, against the backdrop of a damp and drizzly night outside the New Victoria Theatre.
Kira Malou, Michael O’Reilly and Simone Covele chatted to Simon Button about taking the production based on the classic film Dirty Dancing out on tour.
Intense and painfully funny, Mike Leigh’s classic comedy is given a new lease of life in this engaging and lively production directed by Sarah Esdaile that keeps the audience thoroughly engaged and entertained from start to finish.
I am old enough to have seen the original televised play for today of Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party in 1977 and have loved it ever since. Therefore, I was really looking forward to seeing Sarah Esdaile’s adaptation of this iconic piece and I wasn’t disappointed.
The Band is a unique experience like no other show I have seen. It is a mix of emotions from beginning to end, stirring up personal memories for everyone lucky enough to be in the audience.
Heart-wrenchingly emotional and beautifully presented, this touring production of Ghost captures the spirit of the film.
Niall Sheehy, Rebekah Lowings & Jacqui DuBois – the stars of the Ghost The Musical – based on the Oscar-winning film, chat about bringing the iconic story to the stage.