On the 24 May 2017, the new cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child take over from their wonderful wizarding predecessors at London’s Palace Theatre and we are delighted to bring you these first look studio portraits of the shows new leads by Charlie Gray. Please welcome Jamie Glover as Harry Potter, Emma Lowndes […]
We are pleased to bring you these great rehearsal images by Scott Rylander of the cast of The Colour Purple in Concert which is being held this Sunday 21 May at London’s Cadogan Hall. The Color Purple tells the inspiring and unforgettable story of a woman who, through love, finds the strength to triumph over […]
West Side Story with book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by a then-aspiring young lyricist (although he wanted to write both music and lyrics) Stephen Sondheim is one of the truly great musicals of all time. In taking Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and transposing its story to the gang culture and […]
The 17th Pulse Festival at the Wolsey Theatre is almost upon us, and, once again, a huge range of contemporary performance is being presented across the 10-day festival, from June 1st-10th. Still a teenager, the festival can afford to remain challenging, occasionally confrontational, but containing loads of promise! Picking out what may be worth seeing […]
It is going to be fascinating to see how this new version of The Quentin Dentin Show takes them all forward with their respective careers, and with the show.
With an incredible Bernstein score and Olivier Award-winner Drew McOnie directing and choreographing, On The Town hits Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in London on May 19. They have now released these great rehearsal pictures for what is set to be the venue’s biggest dance musical yet. We are pleased to bring you these great rehearsal photographs by Johan […]
It’s not often that a British film captures the imagination of the world but Billy Elliot did just that. Released in 2000 the film was a sensation worldwide thanks to its honesty, sincerity and humour. The story of a boy who favoured ballet shoes over boxing gloves, it was set against the background of the […]
Perhaps one of the most beloved musicals of all time thanks in main part to its movie adaptation, The Sound Of Music was the last collaboration of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. These two incredible musical writers would not only pick up where Showboat! left off and change the face of musicals forever, they […]