How can something so Wrong be so right?
Beginning their 2017 season, Victorian Opera, continues their admirably prolific output of original material with ‘Tis Pity: An Operatic Fantasia on Selling the Skin and the Teeth.
The UK premiere season of 2011 Maury Yeston musical Death Takes A Holiday is as exquisitely sung as it is handsomely staged.
A riveting, finely honed performance from Ben Gerrard brigs equal balance to the entertaining and the thought-provoking aspects of the life of survivor Charlotte von Mahlsdorf in I Am My Own Wife.
**In which Man in Chair Keeps The Secrets (ie no spoilers), but rather just gives a brief reflection on this incredible play** As a means of continuing the story of beloved wizard […]
Slick, streamlined and spirited, Dreamgirls is a hit all over again in its first ever West End outing. High production values and excellent direction mean the show could open on Broadway tomorrow […]
Equal parts charmingly festive, dreamily romantic, eerily haunting and tenderly moving, Mary Skeaping’s Giselle provides English National Ballet with a pristine showcase for the beauty of dance.
Brimming with lively energy and infectious charm, classic musical Half A Sixpence benefits mightily from the Cameron Mackintosh reinvention treatment.
A stunning new large-scale production, 42nd Street deservedly enjoyed a sold out season at Théâtre du Châtelet.
As big a hit now on the West End as on Broadway, School of Rock has cemented its place as Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s return to the top.