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LOOK AHEAD: West End Transfer for The Trials of Oscar Wilde Previews Open Next Week

Director: Peter Craze Lighting design: Duncan Hands Set/Costume design: Dora Schweitzer Co-writer and artistic director: John O'Connor Co-rriter: Merlin Holland Following a 43 date UK Tour and sell out run at St James Theatre, The Trials of Oscar Wilde is transferring to Trafalgar Studios for a strictly limited four week...

LOOK AHEAD: My Lifelong Love – An Evening with Georgia Stitt and Friends

Danielle Tarento (Dogfight, Titanic) presents My Lifelong Love - An Evening with Georgia Stitt and Friends, featuring: Simon Bailey (I Can’t Sing!) Norman Bowman (Mack & Mabel) Cynthia Erivo (The Color Purple) Jamie Muscato (Dogfight) Eva Noblezada (Miss Saigon) Caroline Sheen (Putting It Together) US composer and lyricist Georgia Stitt is to...

REVIEW: Speed-the-Plow at The Playhouse Theatre

Speed-The-Plow. It's that play with Lindsay Lohan in. You know, the one by David Mamet that's had critics positively salivating at the prospect of some easy prey to sink their teeth into. You know the one I mean? The play where the previews were beset...

LOOK AHEAD: Memphis at the Shaftesbury Theatre

New images of the cast of Memphis have been released, marking one week until the opening of previews to the West End production. Starring Killian Donnelly (The Commitments) and Beverley Knight (The Bodyguard), Memphis is inspired by true events from the underground dance clubs of...

LOOK AHEAD: Dickens with a Difference at the Trafalgar Studios

‘Dickens with a Difference’ comprises two London premières, Miss Havisham’s Expectations and Sikes & Nancy. Featuring Linda Marlowe and James Swanton, they will be performed on the same evening at Trafalgar Studios, and can be watched either as separate plays or following on from one...

REVIEW: The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre

Describing a play as “a perfectly choreographed catastrophe” could be considered a very unorthodox way of opening a rave review. But it’s the only possible description of The Play that Goes Wrong, which is quite frankly, a down right disaster. In all the ways you...

West End Heroes at the Dominion Theatre

Last night West End Heroes lit up the newly refurbished Dominion Theatre, in a very special show featuring pop stars Collabro, performances from across Theatreland and an incredible moment when dancer Freddie Huddlestone climbed the side of the Dominion Theatre stage to then tap -...

CASTING: Nicole Scherzinger to Star in West End Production of Cats

One of the worst-kept secrets in West End casting was finally confirmed today, as the Really Useful Company announced that Nicole Scherzinger will be making her West End stage debut as Grizabella in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats, which is returning to the West End for...

REVIEW: Evita at the Dominion Theatre

“With more than 20 major awards to its credit, and an Oscar winning film, Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita is iconic. Featuring some of the best loved songs in musical theatre, including Don’t Cry For Me Argentina, On This Night of a Thousand...