The London Musical Theatre Orchestra has announced casting for their concert version of Camelot at the London Palladium on 6 October 2018. Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot returns to the West End for the first time in over thirty years. Based on T.H. White’s novel The Once and Future King, Camelot won four Tony Awards and […]
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Now in its record breaking 33rd year, Cameron Mackintosh announces major cast changes for the London production of Les Miserables at the Queens Theatre. Les Miserables will undergo major cast changes from 11 June 2018. The show which is the World’s longest-running musical is now in its 33rd year and continues to run at the […]
Cameron Mackintosh confirmed today that David Thaxton would return to the role of Javert in the London cast of Les Miserables
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Jesus Christ Superstar returns to Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre by popular demand following a sell out season last year. Jesus Christ Superstar features Tyrone Huntley (who won the Evening Standard Emerging Talent Award for his performance as Judas), Declan Bennett as Jesus, David Thaxton as Pilate and Peter […]
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre have announced that Declan Bennett (Jesus), Tyrone Huntley (Judas), David Thaxton (Pilate) and Peter Caulfield (Herod) will reprise their roles in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Jesus Christ Superstar when it returns this year. The show which was a sell-out last year went on to win the Evening Standard […]
BritishTheatre.com is pleased to bring you these great rehearsal room images from the forthcoming production of Jesus Christ Superstar which is being staged as part of this years season at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. With lyrics by Tim Rice abd music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jesus Christ Superstar stars Declan Bennett who plays […]
If you have never seen Les Miserables, this is a good year to see it; if you have seen it, this cast provides fresh approaches and interesting nuance to scenes you think you know very well and characters you think can no longer surprise you.