Tag: Jack Wilcox

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Review: Anything Goes 2022, Barbican

My favourite show of 2021 returns with added Bonnie Langford! And an excellent Kerry Ellis now at…

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Some more musicals casting news for March

Just as I published one set of casting news for forthcoming musicals, then a whole lot more…

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Your reminder that Anything Goes is now available to watch on BBC iPlayer

Looking for something to watch in festive limbo time? You can’t go far wrong than this Barbican…

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Review: Anything Goes, Barbican

Sutton Foster soars in this superlative revival of Anything Goes which almost justifies the ticket prices at…

Posted in Music Musicals News Pasek + Paul

News: You Will Be Found by #CheerUpCharlie & West End Friends to be released on 15th November

Auburn Jam Music are delighted to be releasing ‘You Will Be Found’ by #CheerUpCharlie & West End Friends,…

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Lockdown treat: ‘We’ll Meet Tomorrow’ – the casts of Titanic The Musical

Across 6 productions, from Southwark Playhouse in 2013 through to last year’s tour of China, Titanic the…

Posted in Christmas Musicals Theatre Theatre review West End

Review: White Christmas 2019, Dominion Theatre

The reliable charms of White Christmas reappear at the Dominion Theatre “When what’s left of you gets…

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August theatre round-up

I might have taken a break from reviewing for the last couple of months, but I didn’t…

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Review: Kiss Me, Kate, London Coliseum

Opera North’s production does nothing to address the inherent problems of Kiss Me, Kate and thus feels…