Tag Archives: St James’ Theatre

The Great British Musicals – Review 5/07/2014

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★★★☆☆

The world of musical theatre may often be explored through concerts, but the history of British musicals is one that is seldom touched upon. The void has been filled with The Great British Musicals, performed by the newly-formed Novello Singers and artistic director Ross Leadbeater. Read the rest of this entry

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A Spoonful of Sherman – Review 13/01/14

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©Ben Davies

©Ben Davies

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