REVIEW: Out There, Union Theatre ✭✭✭✭

Out There at the Union Theatre

Nevertheless, this is another creditable creation from the production stables of Sasha Regan and underlines her continuing commitment to the development of new British musical theatre. Very much worth your serious consideration, which it will repay by pleasing and charming.

REVIEW: James Freedman – Man Of Steal, Trafalgar Studios 1 ✭✭✭✭

James Freedman - Man Of Steal at the Trafalgar Studios

It is always fantastic to see original theatre in London and Man of Steal certainly breaks new ground in putting on a public safety lecture with a difference. Freedman rightly received a warm reception from the crowd but perhaps the biggest compliment of all was the number of people checking and rearranging their pockets and bags as they left the Trafalgar Studios. Proof if it were needed that he really did steal the show.

REVIEW: Loserville, Union Theatre ✭✭✭✭

The cast of Loserville at the Union Thetare

With direction from Michael Burgen, musical direction from Bryan Hodgson, and choreography by Matt Kazan, this version of Loserville sparkles with enthusiastic effervescence, combining familiar comic stereotypes with excellent ensemble singing and dancing, and giving some excellent performers a chance to shine, all the while emphasising the inherent gifts provided by book, score and lyrics.