Unsurprisingly, a musical based on the hits of Rod Stewart relies heavily on the vocal talents of its cast. Fortunately for Tonight’s the Night, the show is packed with incredible singers churning out an extensive catalogue of music. Read the rest of this entry
No film would be complete without its soundtrack, as the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra proves with Pixar in Concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
The 60th Anniversary touring production of The Mousetrap has now arrived at Watford Colosseum and it is no wonder that this absorbing play has endured for so long. Read the rest of this entry
In the McOnie Company’s stunning debut performance, Drunk, a heady
ensemble of alcohol is mixed together in a dance performance that tantalises its audience.
In this dark musical about a mysterious strangler living for the limelight and killing for the headlines, who dresses appropriately for every murder, comedy has taken a sinister turn in the streets of New York City to create a genuinely funny show with a talented cast. Read the rest of this entry
In an attempt to create a chilling interpretation of the much-loved children’s classic Peter Pan, Lost Boy has indeed lost the boy the world grew to love in JM Barrie’s magical creation. Read the rest of this entry
The celebration of the composers of some of the world’s most iconic music in A Spoonful of Sherman is truly scrumptious. The work of three generations of songwriters come together at St James’ Theatre to form one fluid performance of songs with such a distinct style that it could be mistaken for the catalogue of a single composer. Read the rest of this entry
Last night saw the vocal talents of Kerry Ellis, Alasdair Harvey, Helen Hobson and Oliver Tompsett join forces in the theatrical extravaganza of West End Anthems at the Watford Colosseum. Returning with their show from last summer’s Glow festival at Bluewater, the talented quartet invited audiences back to join them on a journey through some of the world’s most famous musicals. Read the rest of this entry
With plenty of puns, pirates and the appearance of Phil Mitchell, the pantomime adaption of JM Barrie’s Peter Pan has flown into Croydon. Quinn Patrick is back for a third year to play the dame, this year in the form of Mrs Smee, and the production is in safe – and silly – hands. Read the rest of this entry