Bunny boiling, psychotic lovers and thrills aplenty when the stage adaptation of the film Fatal Attraction arrives in the West End early next year for a limited season.
The stage door of the Harold Pinter Theatre tells a hundred stories. A stage door keeper, literally the keeper of the stories, presides over a comfy nook covered in headshots, some yellowing, corners curling. A hundred stories, a hundred once-upon-a-times. Jenna Russell’s dressing room tells its own story. She shares with Merrily We Roll Along […]
It has to be the hottest pink ticket in town folks! As Jordan prepares for the opening of his one man show, can Phil Matthews get him to reveal even more? If you aren’t aware of the name Leslie Jordan by now – one has to pose the question – where have you been hiding? […]
With Peter Bowles and Penelope Keith in the roles, the chemistry between them is positively infectious as the gently flirt their way through the proceedings.
When a company is having this much fun, the audience are merely there to help them ride the wave.
Martin Harvey first performed at the Aldwych Theatre at the age of six. Now 24 years later he is back playing the lead in Dirty Dancing. He drops in for a chat. You made your stage debut aged 6 at the Aldwych in Peter Pan. How was it playing Michael at such a young age? […]