When The Wedding Singer comes to town, dig out your best eighties leftovers and prepare for a great night out. If you weren’t around in the eighties go along and be prepared to have a great time taking the mick out of those of us who were whilst enjoying a truly hilarious musical.
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Thanks to this energetic reimagining, Annie can finally escape the chorus of groans that once accompanied its name. It’s once again acceptable to hum Charles Strouse’s Tomorrow (boy oh boy!) and soak up Thomas Meehan’s saccharine rags to riches story – just as I did when I was seven. Foster’s fast-paced and punchy production – […]
Casting has been announced for the upcoming UK tour of Annie which opens on Saturday 11 July 2015 at the Theatre Royal Newcastle. Set in 1930s New York during The Great Depression, brave young Annie is forced to live a life of misery and torment at Miss Hannigan’s orphanage. Determined to find her real parents, […]
This is a theatrical treat: a good, old fashioned musical done in a new fangled way. It’s great to hear such good songs so well sung by a cast that basically accompanies itself. Prenger’s crowd pleasing turn as Calamity, together with first class support from Lister, Delaney, Street and Hammond ensures an evening that moves […]