Murder Ballad has got a bit of rock music in, a bit of country, a bit of musical theatre. It is completely sung through, it deals with real people’s situations and, obviously, there’s a murder, but I’m not going to tell you who did it!
The UK premiere of American musical Murder Ballad will now play at the Arts Theatre until 3 December 2016, having previously been booking until 29 October 2016. With Kerry Ellis, Norman Bowman, Ramin Karimloo and Victoria Hamilton-Barritt lead the cast
The Railway Children play and In the Heights musical have both added three months to their booking periods at the King’s Cross Theatre, taking them through to Sunday 10 April 2016.
The evenings may be getting colder, but inside the King’s Cross Theatre there’s a heatwave going on, in more than one sense. In the Heights was a word-of-mouth hit on Broadway before arriving in London, and it’s easy to see why; the show is vivacious, colourful and full of energy, with a strong story and a memorable cast of characters. What’s not to love?
The Dutch singing sensation Willemijn Verkaik In Concert at The Ambassadors Theatre was always going to be highly anticipated. Having sung the role of Wicked’s Elphaba in three different languages (an un-precedented feat) and recorded the voice of Elsa in Disney’s Frozen in Dutch and German, a one off London concert to let the audience know a bit more about the lady behind the voice was long overdue.
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