Willy Russell’s classic musical packs considerable punch when presented as an understated, softly spoken drama.
The minute you walk in the joint…your eyes are immediately drawn to red hot dynamo Verity Hunt-Ballard in her already legendary, award-winning performance as sweet Charity Hope Valentine.
To borrow a backhanded compliment from the great Mel Brooks, Sexercise the Musical is, in my opinion, “surprisingly good.”
Thank goodness for independent theatre producers. While commercial producers churn out rehashed retreads, StageArt have the courage, vision and passion to present this highly original, Tony Award-winning musical that is as much […]
A pristine exemplar of Broadway creativity at its zenith, The Lion King illustrates with sterling clarity why it is the world’s highest grossing musical.
As melodious as it is heartbreaking, Kander and Ebb’s The Scottsboro Boys is a brilliantly conceived combination of upbeat song and downbeat drama.
Prolific theatre director Jamie Lloyd presents an unrelenting, devilishly dark take on Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s revered, if troubled, musical fantasia of despair, dander and death.
A sure contender for one of the top musicals of all time, Miss Saigon steps out of the shadow of its older sibling to be seen as an acclaimed and adored masterwork […]
If someone that young and beautiful needs to travel up, up, up to the Heaviside Layer then I am afraid that there is no hope left for me.
The West End’s hottest music theatre stars shine in a production as ingenious as the source material.