Producers have announced that acclaimed musical theatre star Anna O’Byrne will play the lead role of Laura Fairlie in the first ever revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Olivier Award-nominated musical The Woman In White at the Charing Cross Theatre. Anna O’Byrne played Christine in the hugely successful Australian premiere of Love Never Dies, which […]
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With its tidy ending and compact narrative, The Knowledge is satisfying enough, but capable of so much more than is ever delivered.
Producers have announced that Andy Coxon will join the cast of the upcoming 50th Anniversary cast of Hair the Musical. Andy has recently been seen in the West End productions of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical and Les Miserables. He is currently appearing in Yank! the musical at Charing Cross Theatre. As relevant today […]
The cast has been announced for the world premiere of a new stage adaptation of Jack Rosenthal’s classic British film, The Knowledge. Steven Pacey, Celine Abrahams, James Alexandrou, Jenna Augen, Louise Callaghan, Ben Caplan, Michael Chance, Alice Felgate and Fabien Frankel have joined the show which runs at Charing Cross Theatre from 4 September to […]
Maureen Lipman is to direct the world stage premiere of Jack Rosenthal’s The Knowledge at the Charing Cross Theatre in September 2017. Based on the iconic 1979 film which Lipman played a leading role in, The Knowledge has special significance for Lipman as she is Rosenthal’s widow. Set against the backdrop of the harsh […]
Yank is an accomplished, tightly paced show with a flawless cast led by Andy Coxon as macho Mitch, with matinee idol good looks
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 […]
Poor translation, vague concepts and an undramatic source material all make for a dispiriting and slightly uncomfortable fare.