The cast and production Of Girl From The North Country are flawless, with orchestrations that transform Dylan’s songs into a rich multi-layered score that will haunt you with its beauty and sadness.
You come out of the theatre longing to grab a cast album at the merchandise desk – but that’s yet to come! If you can get a ticket for this run, grab one now. You’ll be back.
It’s not yet completely clear where West’s heart lies, but he is a relative newcomer to this craft and surely will take time in experimenting with different voices.
Doodle The Musical Waterloo East Theatre 12th January 2018 2 Stars Book Now Well, here’s yet another musical that concerns itself with WWII nostalgia: uniforms; hummable ditties; 2-dimensional characters; and lashings of escapism. If that’s your bag, you may enjoy this. The music is certainly often very appealing: Andy Street has good creds in the […]
Douglas Mayo is dazzled by OVO by Cirque Du Soleil at the Royal Albert Hall as once again this talented company make it all look so easy. Cirque Du Soleil OVO Royal Albert Hall 5 Stars Book Now I look forward each and every year to Cirque Du Soleil’s residency at the Royal Albert Hall. […]
What shines through in strangers In Between is tenderness, and this coming of age tale is steadfast in its honesty about life’s complications and how we struggle to escape the past, and our families.
Shaw doesn’t exactly give us hope, but he paints a picture we can recognise as speaking to us today. It’s a bit of a wait to get there, but more than worth persevering with.
Originally staged at the Octagon Theatre in Bolton, this is a timely revival that has been given added relevance by continuing debate over exploitation and masculinity.