Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - A Review

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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - A Review

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels has made that difficult and often risky journey from hit comedy movie to hit Broadway musical to a supremely entertaining West End musical production. The show is based on the 1988 Michael Caine, Steve Martin starrer, which in turn inspired the 2005 Broadway show. [More]

Stars On The Stage - June

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Stars On The Stage - June

There is plenty going on in London during the month of June. The hectic season includes the West End theatre district. Many new shows have either opened or older ones have had their runs extended. [More]

Bring Up The Bodies - A Review

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Bring Up The Bodies - A Review

Bring up the Bodies is the second instalment in a planned trilogy by Man Booker Prize winner, Hilary Mantel. It has been adapted for the stage by Michael Poulton and Mantel herself and directed by Jeremy Herrin. The show was commissioned by the Playful Productions and originally performed at the Swan theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon by the Royal Shakespeare Company until earlier march of this year. It transfers to the Aldwych Theatre, London with performances slated for the 1st of May2014. [More]

Stars On The Stage - May

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Stars On The Stage - May

May is upon us and the summer seems to be reluctant to warm up. That is not the case with the London theatre season where things are warming up quite nicely with a spate of shows and performers who look like making a great impact. [More]

Review : The Elephantom

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Review : The Elephantom

The Elephantom is a terrific piece of adaptation by Ben Power, of the much loved picture book by Ross Collins. Under the sensitive yet playful hands of helmers, Finn Caldwell and Toby Olie, the story moves at a cracking good pace – literally with the larger-than-life puppets discoing and sashaying around the stage to some brilliant retro music. [More]

1984 – A Grim Reality Check

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1984 – A Grim Reality Check

Events over the last couple of years bear a scary resemblance to George Orwell’s, now prophetic novel, 1984. When it was published, way back in 1949, Nineteen Eighty-Four introduced the world to the disturbing concepts of Big Brother, doublethink, thoughtcrime, telescreen and newspeak. [More]

Stars On The Stage - March

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Stars On The Stage - March

Spring is the harbinger of better things to come. Though Spring seems rather late in coming this year. However, the West End theatre season is blooming and rather well, too. The actors and shows offer a brilliant mixture. Enough to get you out of your home and into a theatre seat. [More]

Angela Lansbury Brings Back Blithe Spirit

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Angela Lansbury Brings Back Blithe Spirit

Blithe Spirit is one of Noël Coward’s most successful and funniest plays. Mr. Coward’s scathing look at society is heavily tinged with brilliant lines that will have you laughing out loud. It will be a spring time pleasure not to be missed. [More]

Stars On The Stage - February

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Stars On The Stage - February

This winter season, the West End has put its best and brightest faces on stage. There are some very well known actors strutting their stuff on the boards of various theatres around the theatre district. [More]

The West End Gets Its Mojo Back

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The West End Gets Its Mojo Back

It’s been seventeen years since Mojo rocked (forgive the pun) London. This gritty, dark comic and biting look back at the rising beast – Rock ‘n’ Roll music has returned to the West End and the Harold Pinter Theatre. [More]

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