Douglas Mayo reviews A Christmas Story, a musical by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul and Joseph Robinette now playing at Waterloo East Theatre.
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The remarkable company of Ballroom has been gathered together to present not so much as a production as a ‘happening’.
Children Of Eden will be presented at the New Union Theatre from 10th August, with a new production celebrating the shows 25th Anniversary. Inspired by the Book of Genesis, Children of Eden tells the timeless story of what it means to be a parent. From the moment you bring a child into the world everything […]
This is an intriguing and valuable revival with some very solid performances at its heart. I am not fully persuaded that this double-bill has earned a lasting niche in the repertory, but the performers make a persuasive and consistently attractive case for it.
This revue is great fun and well-produced, combining superb music and performances with an insightful journey through the history of Jewish musical theatre. The show has wowed audiences in Tel Aviv (talk about preaching to the converted!) but judging by tonight’s crowd it has made its mark in London as well.
Victoria Sierra as Jenny Cavilleri and David Albury as Oliver Barratt IV, as the young student couple share the warmth and passion of youth, determined to make their place in the world, despite family misgivings. There is real chemistry in their performances, allowing the audience to buy into their relationship.