Following last night’s performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School Of Rock at the New London Theatre, Mel C joined the cast on stage and surprised the audience with a performance of the Spice Girls hit Wannabe. The audience who had given the show a standing ovation stayed on their feet for this special performance which […]
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At a time when the worries of the world are huge, Joseph And His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat is a wonderful way to escape for a few hours way, way back to many centuries ago. How could anyone resist?
BritishTheatre.com would like to congratulate Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, who tonight reaches a landmark on Broadway. Tonight Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close joins Lloyd Webber’s productions of Cats, The Phantom Of The Opera and Andrew’s latest hit School Of Rock which are currently playing on Broadway. This feat of having four musicals playing concurrently has […]
School of Rock is a triumph. It looks set for a decent run at the New London Theatre. Only time will tell if it will match the run of the Lord’s mega-hit Cats.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical School Of Rock opened in London’s West End last night (14 November). The New London Theatre played host to guests including Ben Aldridge, David Baddiel, Duchess of York, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Jimmy Carr, Julian Fellowes, Blake Harrison, David Haye, Patricia Hodge, Jodie Kidd, Myleene Klass, Andrew and Madeleine Lloyd Webber, Giftie […]
It has to be said: Marianne Benedict as Grizabella gives the best rendition of the infamous show tune that I have ever heard; with the climactic crescendo, her pipes burst with such raw integrity and the uninterrupted audience applause (which will undoubtedly be repeated at each performance) is whole-heartedly deserved.
School Of Rock, Andrew Lloyd Weber’s new musical is now in previews at London’s New London Theatre and we are pleased to bring you these great production images by Tristram Kenton. School Of Rock Tickets are now on sale. Based on the iconic hit movie and with a rocking new score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, […]
Last night, The Phantom Of The Opera London celebrated its 30th Anniversary at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London. At the end of the performance held in aid of The Music In Secondary Schools Trust, a special finale took place that included the current Phantom Ben Forster, Celinde Schoenmaker (Christine Daae and Raoul (Nadim Naaman). Joining them […]