Actors Ed MacArthur and Jeremy Legat talk Murder For Two, the two-hander murder mystery musical A hilarious high-energy musical whodunit, Murder For Two is a madcap murder mystery with a twist – two actors play thirteen characters, and the piano. A loving homage to the canon of murder mystery plays, Murder For Two is a hysterical blend of music, […]
Keith Jack is currently touring the UK playing Nick Piazza in Fame the musical. Here he talks to Sammy Jones about appearing in the iconic musical. After a long association with Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, this is a chance for Keith Jack to stretch his wings a little, and he is relishing the […]
Stage and screen star Mathew Horne talks to us about playing a role close to his heart in the stage version of hit movie, Rain Man. For anyone who doesn’t know the film, what’s Rain Man about? It’s a heart-warming story of love and tenderness between two brothers. It’s about a 29-year-old car dealer who […]
Paul T. Davies has been a fan of playwright Tom Wells since seeing his breakthrough play Jumpers For Goalposts, (which is also being performed at the Fringe by Kite in the Storm at The Space on the Mile), and here Tom chats about his and Matthew Robins’ new musical, Drip, performing as part of this […]
While London’s Gays The Word bookshop is more in the public eye, (it featured heavily in the film Pride), less is known about Lavender Menace, the bookshop that began in the cloakroom of Scotland’s first gay nightclub and became the beating heart of Edinburgh’s LGBT community. Now celebrated as a play, Love Song to Lavender […]
Paul T Davies speaks to Clive Brill, Producer and Artistic Director of Frinton Summer Theatre.
Playwright and author Diane Samuels spoke of her play Kindertransport and the real- life events that inspired it. Can you tell us a little about the Kindertransport story? Between 1938 and the outbreak of the Second World War, almost 10,000 children, most of them Jewish, were sent by their parents from Germany, Czechoslovakia, Austria to […]
Sir Matthew Bourne talks about New Adventures and their re-telling of the classic story Cinderella which is touring the UK. The most striking aspect of this re-telling of the Cinderella story is the setting. Why did you choose to set the world’s most famous fairy tale during the London Blitz in 1940? I first fell […]