The Woman In White Charing Cross Theatre, 4th December 2017 5 Stars Book Now Who believes in ghosts? Everyone has their own story to tell with its own special particulars, and mine concerns a night some years ago, about the time that the original production of this musical was coming to the end of its […]
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Ahead of tonight’s press night of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman In White at the Charing Cross Theatre we are pleased to bring you these great first look production images from Darren Bell of Thom Southerland’s new intimate production of the show. The Woman In White stars Anna O’Byrne, Chris Peluso, Carolyn Maitland, Ashley Stillburn, […]
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tony and Olivier Award-nominated musical The Woman In White is to recieve its first ever revival at London’s Charing Cross Theatre directed by Thom Southerland. Tickets are now on sale. The Woman in White recieved its West End premiere in 2004 at the Palace Theatre. Now Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Zippel […]
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 […]
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 […]
The show has been seen in London several times recently, and it is clearly a work that repays revisitation, and reinterpretation. I will certainly be back to see this version again.
Thom Sutherland’s production of Allegro is a definite success, putting a positive gloss on a perhaps unfairly maligned play. It is intelligently directed, perfectly sung and well acted – an entertaining slice of Americana in SE1 .