Zizi Strallen and Charlie Stemp are to star in the London revival of Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre in late 2019. Tickets on sale Monday at 10am
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Charlie Stemp and Danielle Hope complete the all-star casting for this year’s London Palladium pantomime Snow White. QDOS Entertainment has announced that Charlie Stemp will return to the London Palladium’s family pantomime Snow White as The Prince together with Danielle Hope as Snow White. Charlie and Danielle will join the previously announced Dawn French as […]
Douglas Mayo reviews Dick Whittington starring Charlie Stemp, Julian Clary and Elaine Paige at the London Palladium. Book Now!
Fresh from his acclaimed performance in the West End production of Half A Sixpence, Charlie Stemp is to make his Broadway debut in Hello Dolly! Stemp will play Barnaby Tucker starting from January 20, 2018, the same day that Bernadette Peters and Victor Garber begin performances. Stemp replaces Taylor Trensch who will be going on […]
Broadway legend Bernadette Peters (Sunday In The Park With George, Follies, Annie Get Your Gun) returns to the Broadway stage in one of the greatest musicals of all time – Hello, Dolly! Starring alongside Victor Garber, Ms Peters leads the revival of Jerry Herman and Michael Stewart’s glorious comedy as the redoubtable matchmaker Dolly Gallagher […]
Producer Cameron Mackintosh has announced that his acclaimed production of Half A Sixpence will play its final performance at the Noel Coward Theatre on Saturday 2 September 2017. This dazzling new reinvention of the classic musical first opened at the Chichester Festival theatre last summer before transferring to the West End where it received rave […]
Live theatre lovers are probably going to hate me for this one, but I have to say that I actually enjoyed the Half A Sixpence recording more than I enjoyed the show – but not by much!
All in all, this collaboration between the Chichester Festival Theatre and Cameron Mackintosh is a splendidly handsome revival of a much-loved classic story, offering a fresh look at one of the greatest British musical scores ever written, and incorporating a lot of fine new writing by some of the most experienced creatives in the industry. […]