Review of Next Thing You Know at Garden Theatre at Eagle London

Next Thing You Know - Amelia Atherton and Nathan Shaw - Photo by NatLPh.

Lambco Productions remain innovative and stoic as they constantly adapt to new social distancing regulations so that Londoners can enjoy musical theatre entertainment during the Great Pestilence of 2020. Their third musical outing at the Eagle Pub’s Garden Theatre (cleverly dry and warm and a great evening out no matter what!) is a showcase for … Read more Review of Next Thing You Know at Garden Theatre at Eagle London

Review of Magic & Mind-Reading at Le Meridien Piccadilly

Magic & Mind-Reading at Le Meridien Piccadilly

The West End in London is what Americans would call ‘downtown’. Whether organically or by deliberate marketing effort another, better name has arisen for the area around Shaftesbury Avenue: Theatreland. There’s such a concentration of theatres in this small area that in normal times you can take your pick from big-name musicals, serious dramas, or … Read more Review of Magic & Mind-Reading at Le Meridien Piccadilly

The Merry Wives of Windsor at the Roman Theatre | Review

MERRY WIVES at Maltings Open Air Theatre Festival August 2020. Photo by Laura Harling

Panto season might be cancelled, but with its bright and colourful costumes, audience participation and pop songs galore, Adam Nichols’ wonderfully camp production of The Merry Wives of Windsor is a real outdoor treat. As part of its double bill in OVO’s season, it’s playing back-to-back with Henry V, perhaps of note that that’s two … Read more The Merry Wives of Windsor at the Roman Theatre | Review