Mamma Mia! remains an incredibly fun night at the theatre and it’s still difficult to believe that the show’s score of timeless pop was not purpose written for this show.
One of the best elements of the evening was us, the audience, the British, still laughing at ourselves and appreciating the irony of the lies politicians speak and the truths people live. It made me feel strangely patriotic.
Ellen McDougall’s Othello is a very solid production, with excellent performances and a number of intriguing original motifs. Whilst these did not all work for me, mileage will vary between audience members, and the production’s many strengths and the excellent venue means it is to be recommended.
The great, central achievement of this production is in the two-handed coup of Jeremy Legat and Ed MacArthur’s dazzling performance as duetting singer-actor-dancer pianists.
This year’s Olivier Awards look set to be amongst the most exciting in recent times with Harry Potter And The Cursed Child receiving 11 nominations, Groundhog Day (8 nominations), The Glass Menagerie (7 nominations) and Dreamgirls (5 nominations) featuring prominently. Presented by The Society Of London Theatre, The Olivier Awards are named after Sir Laurence […]
Overall, despite a good cast and production values, the play doesn’t reach the heights it could have.
The Play That Goes Wrong, the Olivier award-winning play that has audiences flocking every day to the Duchess Theatre in London with morbid fascination have announced that much to the horror of Nica Burns at Nimax Theatres the show will extend into its third year with bookings now open until 25 February 2018. Cornley are […]
The 23rd March is Mother’s Day and we’d like to suggest some great shows that your Mum might enjoy this Mother’s Day. With some of our London choices you can even add a meal to your tickets. Here’s our list of shows your mum might enjoy:- The Girls – Phoenix Theatre, London Gary Barlow and […]