The key to all this is John Partridge’s iconic rendition of the complex, fascinating, physically and emotionally demanding role of Albin: an exercise in stagecraft of the highest order.
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Every member of the audience stood at the end, and that’s because this is a show with no fancy heirs or graces that captures your heart.
It looks like Producer Bill Kenwright has certainly pulled out all the stops in the lavish new production of the musical La Cage Aux Folles which began its UK tour last week in Oxford. With 800,000 sequins, 52 pairs of heels, 50,000 feathers, 82 wigs and 57 quick changes, it’s sure to delight! La Cage […]
Producer Bill Kenwright has announced that Sarah Harding will make her stage debut opposite Andy Moss in Ghost The Musical, when it starts a UK tour later this year. Sarah Harding who will play Molly, is perhaps best known as part of one of the most successful pop acts in UK history, Girls Aloud. Andy […]
Paul Nicholls, Jack Ellis and Ben Onwukwe will star in Bill Kenwright’s 2016 tour of The Shawshank Redemption. Based on the classic film and based on the short story by Stephen King, the Shawshank Redemption is back following a successful tour in 2015. In the new tour of The Shawshank Redemption Paul Nicholls (Eastenders, Grantchester) […]
The Classic Thriller Theatre Company has announced that it is extending the UK tour for Rehearsal For Murder. Rehearsal For Murder is one of stage and screen’s all time classic thrillers. Written by Richard Levinson and David Link, whose work included the television series Murder She Wrote, Rehearsal For Murder was a popular television movies […]
Producer Bill Kenwright will present a new Unchained and Reimagined tour of Ghost the musical in Autumn 2016. Taking its inspiration from the classic movie, this innovative reimagining will feature an expanded book, new music and original staging. Walking back to their apartment late one night a tragic encounter sees Sam murdered and his beloved […]
Willy Russell and Bill Kenwright speak to Elaine Peake about Blood Brothers EP: How did you come up with the idea of writing a full-scale musical? WR: The kind of theatre I was involved in right from the word go didn’t make a distinction between musical and non-musical. When I started work at the Everyman […]