As Jersey Boys approaches it’s 8th anniversary we got a chance to chat to Matt Corner who is playing Frankie Valli in the show that has become a massive hit around the world. Tell us a bit about your background? I grew up in Darlngton. As a youngster, I went to Stagecoach as a confidence […]
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Tonight is the official press night of Miss Atomic Bomb and to celebrate we are pleased to be sharing this great selection of production shots from the show now running at the St James Theatre. Featuring Catherine Tate, Simon Lipkin, Florence Andrews, Dean John Wilson, and Daniel Boys, Miss Atomic Bomb is inspired by the […]
Musical Director Ted Sperling propels his orchestra of 22 (YES 22!) and cast through Bock’s score never allowing it to drag. For as Fiddler is all about life so is this cast recording.
BritishTheatre.com are pleased to bring you these rehearsal images for Tracy Lett’s (August Osage County, Killer Joe) 20th anniversary production of Bug. Tense and blackly comic, Bug is a taut exploration of two people on the edge; where the lines between reality and delusions become blurred. The cast of Bug includes James Norton (War and […]
In this production Prenger brings the honesty home in droves, forgoing vocal gymnastics and powerhouse divaisms to deliver emotional truth. It’s a daunting task for any performer to walk onto a stage and carry a good 70 minutes alone. Tonight, Prenger walked on and certainly showed herself to be a formidable musical theatre force.
Not knowing the musical I went in expecting a camp night at the theatre, but what I got was a show full of memorable characters with some great music and real heart.
Bar Mitzvah Boy Upstairs At The Gatehouse 11 March 2015 3 Stars BOOK NOW Originally produced in 1978 in London, Bar Mitzvah Boy with a score by Jule Styne and lyrics by Don Black didn’t last closing after 78 performances. In this reworked production, Don Black has unearthed some unused Styne melodies and given them […]
Following it’s acclaimed London season, I Loved Lucy – Lee Tannen’s play based on his personal relationship with comedic superstar Lucille Ball will return to Jermyn Street Theatre for a further three week season. Sandra Dickinson will reprise the role of Lucille Ball for the return run which runs from Wednesday 6 to Saturday 23 […]