Julian Eaves reviews Howard Goodall’s musical Girlfriends performed by the London Musical Theatre Orchestra at the Bishopsgate Institute.
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The kids will be somewhat amused by it, and you may enjoy the quips, but Bananaman probably won’t be a holiday show to remember for long.
A Christmas Carol London Musical Theatre Orchestra Lyceum Theatre, 11th December 2017 5 Stars Book Tickets Seeing this sprawling, grand, majestic musical entertainment again in the once splendid surroundings of Bertie Crewe’s opulently spacious rococo interior (behind Beazley’s proudly neo-classical facade), with the full resources of the LMTO massed on stage, complete with a chorus […]
While it may poke fun at these values, Daisy Pulls It Off at the Park Theatre doesn’t pretend to be anything other than a lot of jolly good fun.
For those who didn’t see Sunday In The Park With George, then all I can say is, please – if you can – try and find time to see the productions of this astonishing young company. Your life will not be the same again.
Right from the first notes of the thrilling overture, this was going to be a night no one present would ever forget.
Stephanie Beacham is to play HRH Princess Margaret in the world premiere of A Princess Undone, a new play by Richard Stirling. Kensington Palace, 1993. She was the Diana of her day. That day has gone. But HRH The Princess Margaret, the most glamorous figure of her generation, has a final chance to be of […]
Don’t come to Gods and Monsters expecting a re-telling of the making of Frankenstein. It’s far more than that. This is a well-told tale full of humour, emotion and well constructed characters.