Jonathan O’Boyle’s production of Stephen Schwartz’s Tony Award-winning musical Pippin will transfer to Southwark Playhouse in February 2018.
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The Break Arts Theatre, Friday 6th October 2017 Seen in a rehearsed reading on the set of the current main house production, ‘The Toxic Avenger’, Katy Lipson’s Aria Entertainments presented a bigger outing than usual for this script sent to her during the last submissions round for the ‘From Page To Stage’. And, indeed, unlike […]
There´s enough to enjoy here to merit the price of the ticket. So, go on, you deserve it. Indulge yourself!
Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre is to host the European premiere of Little Women the musical. Little Women follows the adventures of the four March sisters – Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy. Jo, the eldest daughter, and an aspiring writer, receives yet another rejection from a publisher. When her friend Professor Bhaer tells Jo she can do […]
West End stars have been announced for a festival of musical theatre at The Other Palace in London, headlined by the premiere of a new show co-written by Burt Bacharach.
The wonder of Aria Entertainments’ revues is their simplicity and coherence: two qualities easy to strive for, but easy to miss in this deceptively simple form.
A national London-based arts producer and Manchester’s newest theatre have announced a major collaboration which will put the venue on the arts map in the North of England. Aria Entertainment has joined forces with Hope Mill Theatre in Ancoats to spearhead the venue as a platform to showcase and revive musical theatre. The first show […]
Connor’s score owes a considerable debt to Sondheim, but, that said, it treads in very interesting paths. Complex and intricate, the melodies and harmonies reward careful listening, but there is no danger of a “hummable tune” for the most part, even though individual numbers and vocal lines are quite beguiling, instantly enjoyable.