Following its critically acclaimed UK premiere at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre, producers have today announced that the moving, war-time gay love story Yank! will come to London’s Charing Cross Theatre for a limited season from 3 July – 19 August 2017. Tickets for Yank! are now on sale. Yank! is based on the true, hidden […]
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Poor translation, vague concepts and an undramatic source material all make for a dispiriting and slightly uncomfortable fare.
“The Braille Legacy” is the story of a revolution and an heroic fight for independence, with the themes of difference, freedom, hope and love and the triumph of human values over adversity. This new musical is now enjoying its world premiere at London’s Charing Cross Theatre and we are pleased to bring you these great […]
Maury Yeston’s magnificent score for Death Takes A Holiday – one of the finest in London right now – is a glory not to be missed in this European premiere of one of his more extraordinary creations.
We are pleased to bring you these first look rehearsal photographs by Scott Rylander from Maury Yeston’s new musical Death Takes A Holiday which opens at Charing Cross Theatre on 18 January 2017. Directed by Thom Southerland, the cast of Death Takes A Holiday is led by Maxwell Caulfield, Zoë Doano and Chris Peluso. BOOK […]
We are pleased to bring you this great first look video of Zoë Doano and Chris Peluso singing More And More from the musical Death Takes A Holiday which runs at Charing Cross Theatre from 18 January – 4 March 2017. In Northern Italy, shortly after World War One, Death disguises himself as a handsome […]
Producers have announced that Maxwell Caulfield, Zoë Doano and Chris Peluso will lead the cast of Death Takes A Holiday at the Charing Cross Theatre in January 2017. Tickets are now on sale. Based on the 1928 Italian play of the same name, Death Takes A Holiday has a lush, romantic score by multi Tony […]
There is no doubt in my mind that Disaster! has everything needed to be a success in the West End. Judging from the audience reaction I would have thought it might already be on the cards!