Archive | West End

Bad Jews Arts Theatre

Bad Jews Poster Censored By London Underground

London Underground has banned a poster for the play Bad Jews after it was ruled it may cause “widespread or serious offence“. The poster advertises the West End transfer of the production which was a success at the St James Theatre. The poster contains the name of the show, three cast members fighting and some […]

Continue Reading
Dara review National Theatre

REVIEW: Dara, Lyttleton Theatre ✭✭✭

The vision that Fall and Ronder and their team have for Dara is as grand and awesome as the Taj Mahal itself. Lindsay’s wonderful set uses the full length, breadth and height of the Lytleton’s vast space. A series of beautifully patterned screens is employed, moving in constantly changing configurations across and above the stage, […]

Continue Reading
Olivier Award winner Lesley Manville.

Olivier Award Nominations Announced 9 March

The nominations for the Olivier Awards 2015 with MasterCard will be announced by internationally acclaimed actors Lesley Manville and James McAvoy on Monday 9 March at Rosewood London, and simultaneously live streamed to audiences worldwide at 12:00 GMT (08:00 USA EDT) at Lesley Manville, winner of the Olivier Award for Best Actress in 2014 […]

Continue Reading
Kinky Boots London Bound?

Kinky Boots London Tickets on Sale Today

The UK premiere of Kinky Boots, the feel-good multi award-winning musical, will open in the West End on 15 September at the Adelphi Theatre, with previews from 21 August 2015. Kinky Boots London Tickets are on sale today. With a book by four-time Tony Award-winner Harvey Fierstein, music and lyrics by pop icon Cyndi Lauper, […]

Continue Reading
Gary Trainor, Ian McIntosh, Lorna Want, Katie Brayben in Beautiful. Photo: Brinkhoff Moegenberg

REVIEW ROUND UP: Beautiful – The Carole King Musical

Beautiful – the Carole King Musical has now opened in London at the Aldwych Theatre. Here’s a summary of what the major critics had to say. Book tickets to Beautiful – The Carole King Musical. Stephen Collins ★★★★★ Everything about the production seems fresher, lovelier and livelier than on Broadway. It’s a feast for […]

Continue Reading

Send this to a friend

This website uses cookies to give you the best experience. Agree by clicking the 'Accept' button.