Over the past six months, we’ve become an ardent fan of some great theatre podcasts. Once you get the hang of the technology there are some great podcasts out there for theatre fans, and we thought we’d list the podcasts that we now make time to listen to. Whilst some have an insider slant, appealing […]
In an appearance on The One Show on BBC One this week promoting his new show Half A Sixpence, the world’s most successful producer Sir Cameron Mackintosh hinted that Mary Poppins may be headed back to the West End.
Cirque Du Soleil has worked out exactly how to bedazzle and audience and they do it year after year, in production after production around the world.
We are pleased to bring you some great first look rehearsal photos by Johan Persson for the new West End production of Edward Albee’s classic American drama Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolfe which opens at the Harold Pinter Theatre for a limited 13 week season from 22 February 2017. This will be the first production […]
If the play sounds intense and grim, it’s strength is in its blackest of black humour, making interesting points about how we all think in “media speak”
We’re often asked what we listen to here at BritishTheatre.com HQ and it just takes too long to make a list so we decided to put together monthly playlist to highlight shows that are currently playing and material from new musicals that excite us. So, will the help of Apple iMusic the January 2017 Playlist […]
it builds to a hugely emotional climax, and you may need a tissue! In our fearful times, The Kite Runner offers an open palm of reconciliation and hope. I would advise you to take it.
Disney Theatrical have announced that they will be holding open auditions for their new West End musical Aladdin. The critically acclaimed show which opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in June 2016, and Disney’s casting team will be holding auditions for both male and female singers and dancers to play ensemble and featured roles. Disney’s […]