School Of Rock London Celebrates 1000th Performance

School Of Rock the musical

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s award-winning musical School Of Rock celebrated its 1000th performance last night at London’s Gillian Lynne Theatre. Present at the celebrations at the Gillian Lynne Theatre were the show’s book writer Julian Fellowes, the show’s director Laurence Connor and the show’s choreographer JoAnn M Hunter. Craig Gallivan leads the cast in the role of Dewey Finn with Claudia Kariuki as Rosalie Mullins, Alan … Read more

Mel C Joins School Of Rock Cast For Surprise Performance

School Of Rock musical

Following last night’s performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School Of Rock at the New London Theatre, Mel C joined the cast on stage and surprised the audience with a performance of the Spice Girls hit Wannabe. The audience who had given the show a standing ovation stayed on their feet for this special performance which brought the house down. Based on the iconic film starring … Read more

Olivier Awards 2017 – Nominations Announced

Olivier Awards 2017 Nominations announced

This year’s Olivier Awards look set to be amongst the most exciting in recent times with Harry Potter And The Cursed Child receiving 11 nominations, Groundhog Day (8 nominations), The Glass Menagerie (7 nominations)  and Dreamgirls (5 nominations) featuring prominently. Presented by The Society Of London Theatre, The Olivier Awards are named after Sir Laurence Olivier, one of Britain’s finest actors. Thies year the awards … Read more

Andrew Lloyd Webber Reaches Broadway Landmark With Sunset Opening

Andrew Lloyd Webber becomes first composer for 53 years to have 4 shows running concurrently on Broadway

BritishTheatre.com would like to congratulate Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, who tonight reaches a landmark on Broadway. Tonight Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close joins Lloyd Webber’s productions of Cats, The Phantom Of The Opera and Andrew’s latest hit School Of Rock which are currently playing on Broadway. This feat of having four musicals playing concurrently has only been achieved once before by Rodgers and Hammerstein 63 … Read more

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