War, racism, an Australian Idol winner and some soul classics.
A heart wrenching true story of family, love and war uplifted by singalong soul train classics.
‘If you don’t like shoes, it’s going to be a very long evening’.
Updated with iPhones and MacBooks this Sondheim revival brings some fresh perspectives.
Jazz era musical The Boyfriend will be put together in 48 hours flat and performed in the West End for charity this May. Wanna be in it?
A new musical by singer-songwriter Tori Amos, a new play by Mike Leigh and Simon Russell Beale playing Stalin are all part of the National Theatre’s plans for next year.
Love Story is a classy chamber musical, full of gorgeous melodies, featuring a sassy young lead, and a heart-breaking conclusion. But we understand that for some, sentimental musicals about love and death will leave you and your bargepole equally unmoved. That’s OK – you can stop reading now.
This week’s Arts Ahead features plenty of festive fare for younger theatre audiences, as well as some Shakespeare, some schmaltz, an annual Snowman, and a touch of ventriloquism. There’s also a smattering of exciting new contemporary art shows, and a new Climate Change gallery opening at the Science Museum…
It’s definitely not everyone’s cup of tea, but if like us you’ve been enjoying the tales of teenage and teacher life set to the sounds of 80s pop and musical theatre, then June 25 and 26th, 2011 better be marked out in your diary right …
We’ve got a confession to make: one of the reasons we went to see End of the Rainbow at the Trafalgar Studios last night was the promise of hearing some incredible songs sung live, rather than listening to recordings. We weren’t disappointed. But what a shame the script failed to live up to the singing.
Jo Morris wearing Natacha Marro by Manuel Vason Glitz and glamour were the order of the night at Sadlers Wells yesterday. A sleb spangled gala audience arrived via red carpet, many of them in fancy footwear apt for the occasion. Their fabulousness was fully reflected …