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REVIEW: The Mikado at The Charing Cross Theatre

For a moment, suspend everything you know about Japan. Imagine a far off and mysterious country where it’s a criminal offense – punishable by death – to flirt. Insert an authoritarian leader called the Mikado, overlay a 19th century English social hierarchy and now call...

LOOK AHEAD: The Mikado at The Charing Cross Theatre

Music - Arthur Sullivan Libretto - W. S. Gilbert Director - Thom Southerland Choreographer - Joey McNeely Musical Director - Iain Vince Gatt Set Designer - Phil Lindley Costume Designer - Jonathan Lipman Lighting Designer - Mike Robertson with Rebecca Caine as Katisha Mark Heenehan as The Mikado Director Thom Southerland, who wowed critics and public...

REVIEW: Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris

“It is amusing to note that Jacques Brel is something, much like Champagne or croissants, that the French are generally very reluctant to admit is not, well, French. Some might say that this is due to the fact that Brel remains to this day one...

REVIEW: Long Story Short at the Charing Cross Theatre

In a world that’s been undergoing gradual globalisation for hundreds of years, the 21st century has heralded unprecedented technological innovation, which in turn has led to unprecedented changes in the ways we live our lives. The Earth has become a global marketplace, zigzagged by flightpaths,...

PRESS NIGHT: Long Story Short at the Charing Cross Theatre

Written by Andrew Whyment, Lee Anderson and Adam Foster Director - Andrew Whyment Production Designer - Georgia DeGrey Lighting Designer - Aaron J. Dootson Composer - Rhys Lewis Movement Director - Kane Husbands Following an acclaimed run at South Hill Park and the Pleasance Islington earlier this year, Long Story Short...