INTERVIEW: Joe Pasquale on playing Frank Spencer in Some Mother Do ‘Ave ‘Em

Some MOthers Do 'Ave 'Em

We speak to Joe Pasquale on being Frank Spencer in the Some Mothers Do ‘Ave’Em on stage, living dangerously and a naughty on-stage habit… What can people expect from the stage show of Some Mothers Do ‘Av ‘Em? Proper family comedy that is set in the 70s and is so funny that you will laugh solidly for two hours. In the original TV series there … Read more

FIRST LOOK: The cast of Nativity The Musical UK Tour

Nativity the musical UK tour

Take a look at these great photos from the forthcoming Nativity the musical UK tour starring Daniel Boys, Sarah Earnshaw and Simon Lipkin which starts at Birmingham Repertory Theatre on 20 October 2017. Every child in every school has one Christmas wish, to star in a Nativity, and at St Bernadette’s School they’ve decided to mount a musical version! Join teacher Mr Maddens and his … Read more

Cast announced for Nativity! The Musical in Birmingham and on tour

Casting announced for Nativity The Musical UK Tour

West End stars are among cast announced for the world premiere of the musical of hit film Nativity! at Birmingham Rep and on tour. Daniel Boys will play Paul Maddens, a primary school teacher trying to put on a nativity show against the odds, while Simon Lipkin will play over-enthusiastic classroom assistant Mr Poppy. Sarah Earnshaw, who was part of the original London cast of … Read more

REVIEW: You Won’t Succeed On Broadway If You Don’t Have Any Jews, St James Theatre ✭✭✭✭

The cast of You Won't Succeed On Broadway If You Don't Have Any Jews. Photo: Pamela Raith

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.

REVIEW: Spamalot, Richmond Theatre (on Tour) ✭✭✭✭

Joe Pasquale as King Arthur in the UK Tour of Spamalot

The balance in Luscombe’s revival is precisely right. The “make-do” feel of the sets is in sync with the coconut clacking of the unrelentingly cheery Patsy and helps set the tone of silliness and frivolity with which one must approach Spamalot to reap its many rewards. Versatility is at a premium in this cast. Wide-eyed, dry, droll and gently teasing, Pasquale makes a lovable and very funny Arthur.

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