Free to view on YouTube, this edition of The Showstoppers’ Alternative Eurovision for 2021, a week in advance of the main event, proves to be a dramatic sequel to last year’s shenanigans, but with stronger production values.
The first of three opportunities to see Austentatious at the Savoy Theatre in December in a hilariously scandalous affair indeed.
Directed by Alice Hamilton, Thirty Christmases brings the external peculiarities of the holiday season to the fore, plus the bittersweet nature of spending time with family at the close of the year.
As many of us lurch from swapping random Secret Santa gifts at office parties to necking eggnog at pantos (just me?!) in preparation for the culinary bliss that is my dad’s Christmas dinner, it is easy to forget that the festive season is necessarily a happy one for everyone.
Jonny Donahoe’s hit comedy play-with-songs THIRTY CHRISTMASES receives its London premiere this week to warm up your festive season, running at the New Diorama Theatre from tonight (Monday 4 December) to 23 December 2017, with a press night 8 December. Check out our pictures – and then get booking!
A monthly micro-review from There Ought to be Clowns.
Who knew you could email the Samaritans? You learn something new everyday and often in the most unexpected of places.
I don’t think I’ve ever been disappointed by this company in the many many times I’ve been. So I really do recommend making going to see Austentatious one of your New Year’s resolutions.