Utterly hilarious, The Play That Goes Wrong is a classic example of the chaos that can be achieved by control.
Mesmerizing and relentless, the world premiere season of Young Men by BalletBoyz garners much audience appreciation and leaves plenty of scope for interpretation and thought.
With its first-rate ensemble cast intact, Donmar Warehouse’s acclaimed revival of Kevin Elyot’s 1994 comedy of gay manners My Night with Reg makes an effortless transition to the West End’s Apollo Theatre.
The West End’s hottest music theatre stars shine in a production as ingenious as the source material.
Secretive suitors and supernatural specters tinge the pure, romantic love story at the heart of perennial ballet favourite Giselle. Peter Wright’s lovingly traditional production remains a jewel in the crown of the […]
A beloved childhood novel, movie and movie remake, the blue chip property Charlie and the Chocolate Factory finally makes it to the music theatre stage. Housebound and bogged in exposition through act […]
Le Corsaire is a traditional full-length ballet that is light on storytelling, allowing plenty of scope for a multitude of featured dances, and set in an exotic locale, giving the opportunity for […]
Art isn’t easy. This well constructed revue of Stephen Sondheim gems is a pleasure to hear, but suffers from a dismally slight production and an unevenly matched cast.
Massenet’s lush, romantic setting of the time-honoured French tale of Manon is given a lavish treatment in this sumptuous yet stylish production. The journey of impetuous anti-heroine Manon from rags to riches […]
Another flashy West End crowd pleaser, The Bodyguard demonstrates the fact that London music theatre does not have the award-focused obsession that Broadway does when creating new works. There Is nothing like […]