Streamlined and stripped of sophistication, sentimental favourite Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat rests upon the proven attraction of its sunny, clap-a-long familiarity.
Artfully produced and lovingly performed, the Old Vic production of A Christmas Carol is seasonal family entertainment at its finest.
Musical theatre’s new guilty pleasure, & Juliet is an accelerated endorphin rush that leaves the cheering crowd on a giddy high.
In a grand, if somewhat muted production of epic Verdi opera Don Carlo, the singers are a key attraction.
Evergreen opera favourite La Traviata shines in a glossy, yet relatively simple staging that allows full, unfettered focus on the wonderful singers at hand.
Cherished golden age treasure The Music Man roars back to life in this big budget, big star revival.
People who have seen Lea Michele in Funny Girl are the luckiest people in the world.
Proving that money and insight do not necessarily mix, this first revival season of Met Opera’s new Rigoletto looks suitably grand, and sounds wonderful, but generally leaves the audience cold.
Brimming with heart, hope and happiness, new Broadway musical Kimberley Akimbo is an inspirational joy.
Gently charming chamber musical A Man of No Importance enjoys a starry revival for its second New York outing.