Matilda the Musical Extends Booking to May 2025

Matilda the Musical Extends Booking to May 2025

The Royal Shakespeare Company is delighted to announce that the multi-award-winning production of Matilda The Musical is now booking through to May 2025 with tickets for the new dates now on sale. A tonic for audiences of all ages, this anarchic production about a strong and determined heroine with a vivid imagination has now won…

The Phantom of the Phantom Extends Booking Until March 2025

The Phantom of the Phantom Extends Booking Until March 2025

Cameron Mackintosh is delighted to announce that Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA at His Majesty’s Theatre has extended its booking until Saturday 29 March 2025. The Christmas performance schedule is also announced. THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA currently stars Jon Robyns as The Phantom alongside Lily Kerhoas as Christine Daaé, Joe Griffiths-Brown…

Blue by June Carryl at Seven Dials Playhouse | Review

Blue by June Carryl at Seven Dials Playhouse | Review

Blue, which has recently opened at the Seven Dials Playhouse is a one-act two-hander that covers an “administrative investigation” into the shooting of David Mason, a 33-year-old black man by a white policeman. The officer under investigation is Los Angeles Police Department Sergeant Boyd Sully (John Colella). His statement that he stopped a car for…

The Lonely Londoners at Jermyn Street Theatre | Review

The Lonely Londoners at Jermyn Street Theatre | Review

The Lonely Londoners is a tale about four Trinidadian men, rootless, jobless and unprepared for the hostility they face upon arriving in London in the mid to late1950s. The three women whom they marginally engage with, and either fail to love, respect or protect, reveal a sharp contrast between how women find solutions in difficult…

The Stage Door Theatre: Marry Me a Little | Review

The Stage Door Theatre: Marry Me a Little | Review

Fraught romance, broken hearts, and faded glamour in Marry Me a Little make for an evening of light entertainment, but nothing more. The outtakes of Steven Sondheim’s music are somewhat awkwardly put together into a song cycle of passing love. Set in two cramped New York flats, the revue glances through the romance and emotional…