Gypsy Tickets on sale London West End – Starring Imelda Staunton

By | December 18, 2014

Don’t miss Gypsy, one of the greatest ever Broadway musicals, as it transfers to the West End following its sell-out, rapturously acclaimed five-star run at Chichester Festival Theatre. Starring Imelda Staunton, Gypsy is at the Savoy Theatre London from 30th March 2015, booking until the end of November 2015.  Based on the true life memoirs of legendary burlesque entertainer, Gypsy Rose Lee, it tells the tale of Momma Rose and her two… Read More »

In Profile with Zizi Strallen

By | December 5, 2014

There is a countless number of talented individuals working in the UK theatre industry, and sometimes, a group of these individuals all happen to belong to the same family. Everyone knows the Strallen name; between them, sisters Scarlett, Summer, Zizi and Saskia have appeared in some of the biggest and best shows in the West End. For this edition of In Profile however, the spotlight is being shone on third… Read More »

Review of The Wind In The Willows London West End

By | December 4, 2014

The Royal Opera House’s creative adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s iconic novel provides a light-hearted evening’s entertainment. A cluttered attic springs to life as it is transformed into the pastoral woodlands that are home to the animals who tell the story through dance, puppetry and song. It’s an eclectic mix of art forms that befits The Vaudeville Theatre’s heritage in, well, vaudeville. Guiding us through the performance is the narrator, Alan… Read More »

London Theatre Preview: December 2014

By | November 27, 2014

December is just days away, which means that Christmas is almost upon us. In the time between then and now theatre can prove a huge help though, whether as inspiration for the perfect gift or as the perfect distraction from the stress and mayhem of the season, and in the spirit of giving, here’s a selection of the Top Picks of new shows opening in the West End this December.… Read More »

A Merry Christmas Cabaret shows that Christmas is for sharing

By | November 25, 2014

It’d be hard for anyone to miss the abundance of Christmas-themed adverts which have been seen on TV in recent weeks, with the Big Day only a month away now. Amidst the endless campaigns for people to bestow happiness upon their family and friends with (overpriced) toys and jewellery and the latest technological gadgets though, there are one or two adverts which come a lot closer to the truth of… Read More »

In Profile with Nadim Naaman from The Phantom of the Opera

By | November 22, 2014

The Phantom of the Opera is probably my favourite musical. The story, the characters and, of course, the music, all come together to create a musical which is as close to perfect as I think you can get. It holds a special place in many people’s hearts, and former Phantom cast member Nadim Naaman would count himself among those too. He has continually spoken about the two years he spent… Read More »

Why every day is #LoveTheatre day

By | November 20, 2014

Wednesday 19th November 2014 was the first ever #LoveTheatre day, with hundreds of venues and companies offering fans live updates and exclusive backstage photos/videos on Twitter throughout the day. Over 300 venues and drama organisations joined in with the online celebration of British, European and global theatre, reaching out to audiences with a torrent of theatre-related news and information and engaging fans in conversation about life in the theatre as… Read More »