In a nicely balanced, highly entertaining double bill, The Royal Ballet presents Rhapsody and The Two Pigeons, two gems from the treasured catalogue of works from Frederick Ashton.
Christopher Hampton’s ever-intriguing play Les Liaisons Dangereuses is given a classy revival at the Donmar Warehouse, where the intimacy of the tiny auditorium immerses the audience in the great salons of 18th […]
Spectacular dancing enlivens evergreen chestnut Guys and Dolls in this solid new production.
Showcasing two of the finest stage actresses, Grey Gardens finally comes to London in this impressively staged production.
Fanny Brice may sing the song but it is Sheridan Smith who is the greatest star, leading a long overdue, sassy revival of Broadway classic Funny Girl.
Blessed with three excellent lead singers, this revival of Jonathan Kent’s 2006 production lands all the thrills of Puccini’s magnificent classic.
What appears, at first glance, an unusual choice for a musical proves a joyous celebration of culture, identity and acceptance.
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 […]