As a work in its own right, if you ever wanted to know why it was such a colossal and damaging failure the first time around, then this version of Twang! provides abundant clues.
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And The World Goes Round is a show that makes you not only want to hear more of these performers – and, please, let us! – but also directs right back to where all the stuff came from and delve into the creative genius of two of the very greatest of Broadways legends: Kander and […]
One of the more exciting developments this month is surely the arrival on our shores of this splendid new revue-like song-cycle Island Song by the brilliantly talented American writing team of Sam Carner (words) and Derek Gregor (music).
These really are the most wonderfully written and excitingly conceived songs. Few people today – in this country, at least – can master the intricacies of rhyme in the way that Bermange can; and there is significant pleasure to be derived from hearing these wonderful ‘escapades’ into punning, twisting lyrical creation.
Love Bites at the White Bear Theatre is a well managed and pleasant debut for this enterprising new company, who have made so many right choices with this production that one looks ahead to their future ventures with keen anticipation.
The auditorium was virtually empty when I attended, and it is quite plain that they are struggling to find an audience for this dry and lifeless text.
Julian Eaves reviews Soldier On at the Playground Theatre.
Julian Eaves takes a look at Crazytown : The World of Ryan Scott Oliver which is being presented at The Other Palace Studio on Monday 26 March 2018. There’s a welcome return to London coming up for the multi-talented Ryan Scott Oliver, one of the most original – and accomplished – musical theatre voices in […]