We are pleased to bring you this sneak peek into the rehearsal room for Maury Yeston’s new musical Death Takes A Holiday which opens this month at the Charing Cross Theatre. Starring Maxwell Caulfield, Zoe Doano and Chris Peluso, Death Takes A Holiday is a soaring story of the preciousness of life and the overwhelming […]
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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 […]
Producers have announced that Titanic, the critically acclaimed musical by Maury Yeston and Peter Stone and directed by Thom Southerland, will extend it’s run at the Charing Cross Theatre by one week, now closing on 13 August 2016. The regular midweek matinee that week will move from Wednesday to become a Stagey Matinee on Tuesday […]
BritishTheatre.com is pleased to bring you this exclusive video sneak peek at Thom Southerland’s production of Titanic The Musical, which opens at the Charing Cross Theatre on 28 May 2016. Returning to London’s West End by popular demand, this highly acclaimed production of Titanic has won numerous awards. Speaking from Japan, where he’s directing a […]
As previously announced Thom Southerland’s award-winning production of Titanic will be returning to London for a limited season at the Charing Cross Theatre. In the cast of 20, eight of the originals are back aboard: Scarlett Courtney, Matthew Crowe, Sion Lloyd, Shane McDaid, Philip Rham, Dudley Rogers, Victoria Serra and Judith Street. They are joined […]
This is a thoroughly engaging production with many highs and real drama at play – and the music makes you float through the passages where the vocal work does not. Maury Yeston is a genius.