Rosemary Ashe is ‘the songstress with the mostest’, and her performance ‘rules over all she surveys’ in Upstairs at the Gatehouse’s revival of Irving Berlin’s classic Broadway musical Call Me Madam. Check out our roundup of review highlights.
Rosemary Ashe and Richard Gibson open tonight in Irving Berlin’s Call Me Madam at north London’s Upstairs at the Gatehouse. First-look production shots gallery here.
When classic Irving Berlin musical Call Me Madam gets a rare London revival at Highgate’s Upstairs at the Gatehouse this month, Rosemary Ashe takes the title role written for Broadway legend Ethel Merman, who originated it on both screen and stage.
Preparations are underway for the much-anticipated revival of Irving Berlin’s 1950 Tony Award-winning musical Call Me Madam starring Rosemary Ashe and Richard Gibson. Get behind the scenes at rehearsals – and then get booking!
Olivier Award nominee Rosemary Ashe and ‘Allo ‘Allo!’s Richard Gibson headline a rare revival of Irving Berlin’s 1950 Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Call Me Madam in September at Upstairs at the Gatehouse.
The set is a marvel, with the castle in the background, it is a wonder to behold, the staging is in effect quite simple, but the use of lighting and special effects enhances the scenery and offers the perfect atmosphere for every nuance of the story.