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REVIEW: Dead Royal at Ovalhouse

When HRH King Edward VIII decided that he wanted to marry the woman he loved, it was a decision so controversial that it threatened a constitutional crisis; so much so, that he felt compelled to abdicated the throne. The sticking point? His choice of a...

NEWS: Gypsy Extends West End Run

Book - Arthur Laurents Music - Jule Styne Lyrics - Stephen Sondheim Choreography - Stephen Mear Designs - Anthony Ward Musical direction and orchestration - Nicholas Skilbeck Lighting - Mark Henderson Sound - Paul Groothuis It was today announced that Jonathan Kent’s production of Gypsy starring Imelda Staunton as the indomitable Rose will...

LOOK AHEAD: World Premiere of The Verb ‘To Love’

Directed by Jonathan O’Boyle Written by Andy Collyer Produced by Katy Lipson Aria Entertainment have announced the world premiere of new musical, The Verb, ‘To Love,’ by Andy Collyer. Building on an already strong reputation for producing exciting new musical theatre, The Verb, ‘To Love’ is an intimate...

REVIEW: Apartment 40C at the St James Studio

Awarding a show the full five stars is a strange and wonderful thing. It’s normally done basking in the warm afterglow of an incredible show, something that’ll be spinning around your head for weeks to come, that’s made you feel so excited you need to...

NEWS: First UK Stage Production of Irving Berlin and Moss Hart’s Face the Music

Director: Brendan Matthew Musical Director: Aaron Clingham Choreographer: Sally Brooks Casting: Benjamin Newsome Producer: Andrew Yon All Star Productions have announced that they are to stage the first UK Stage Production of Irving Berlin and Moss Hart's musical comedy Face the Music. Having opened on Broadway on February 17th 1932, Face...

REVIEW: Spend Spend Spend at the Union Theatre

If you won the lottery tomorrow, what would you do? Aside from being a standard-issue “getting to know you” type job interview question, it’s one that most of us will have given at least a passing thought to at some time or another, probably in...

REVIEW: Dorian Gray at the Kings Head Theatre

125 years after the novel was originally published, and seven months after an acclaimed debut at the Edinburgh festival, Another Soup’s immersive musical vision of Dorian Gray is being staged at the King’s Head Theatre. A masterpiece of controversy from Oscar Wilde, it centres on...