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LOOK AHEAD: Howard Goodall’s Love Story at the Union Theatre

The Union Theatre in association with Aria Entertainment present Love Story By Erich Segal Book And Lyrics by Stephen Clark Music & Additional Lyrics by Howard Goodall Directed by Sasha Regan Choreographer Lucie Pankhurst Musical Director Inga Davis-Rutter Designer Elle-Rose Hughes Introducing David Albury and Victoria Serra Inspired by Erich Segal’s best-selling novel and...

REVIEW: the dreaming at the Union Theatre

It’s 1913 in Midsomer Magna, Somerset, and the runaway son of a blacksmith, Jack (Simone Murphy), creeps through the forest, searching mythical woodland creatures. At the same time, the beautiful and oft-admired Charlotte (Holly Julier) is reported to have eloped with a local man, Alexander...

The Writers’ Playground: An Evening of British Writers

The West End is awash with jukebox musicals, musical revivals and Broadway imports. It's a tried-and-tested method that churns out hit after hit after hit, but it's a model that doesn't give much scope for new and exciting work to play to London audiences. Of...

REVIEW: The Homefront – The Union Theatre

Starring: Josh Maddison, Bruno Loxton, Alasdair James McLaughlin Director/musical director: John Kristian Associate director/percussion: Josh Haberfield The Homefront is a show that really packs a punch. Or rather, it packs a whole lot of punches. It drags the cold, hard reality of homelessness in London off the frozen...

Introducing A New British Musical, The Homefront

The new production of Miss Saigon shows us just how incredible - and popular - a well executed musical revival can be. But whilst there is no denying that the old favourites can offer a great night out, there are murmurings in stagey circles that...