As a work in its own right, if you ever wanted to know why it was such a colossal and damaging failure the first time around, then this version of Twang! provides abundant clues.
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When the stage is abuzz with all 14 of the cast, it fairly bristles with an often astonishingly high level of Fifties glamour, making it far and away the most spectacular production we have seen at this address in a long time
Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds’ classic British musical Salad Days will be presented at London’s Union Theatre from 16 August to 9 September 2017, sixty three years after its first London production. The cast of Salad Days will be led by Lowri Hamer as Jane and Laurie Denman as Tim. Both are making their […]
I’ve been to see 110 In The Shade at Ye Olde Rose and Crowne twice this week, and have enjoyed it thoroughly.
This is very New York. A constant hurly-burly of influences and crossed paths, with the players packed into the smallest space possible