Tag: Julie Atherton

Posted in LGBT+ Musicals Southwark Playhouse Theatre Theatre review

Review: LIFT, Southwark Playhouse

Nearly 10 years since its Julie Atherton-starring debut, London musical LIFT is vibrantly revived at Southwark Playhouse…

Posted in Bridge Theatre Bryony Lavery Philip Pullman Theatre Theatre review

Not-a-re-review: The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage, Bridge Theatre

Nothing new to say that I didn’t cover in my initial review, other than I liked it…

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News: more names added to Gypsy and Camelot concerts

Paul Foster’s concert presentation of Gypsy at Alexandra Palace has added yet more to its already exciting castlist. Ebony…

Posted in Bridge Theatre Bryony Lavery Curve Theatre Kander + Ebb Marvin Hamlisch Musicals Not-London Philip Pullman Photos Theatre West End

Photo teasers from some big new productions

To whet the appetite for some of this month’s big openings, here’s some photographic teasers… Transforming the…

Posted in Bridge Theatre Bryony Lavery Philip Pullman Theatre Theatre review

Review: The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage, Bridge Theatre

Nicholas Hytner returns to the world of Philip Pullman with an impressively atmospheric take on The Book…

Posted in Bridge Theatre Bryony Lavery Donmar Warehouse Musicals National Theatre Patrick Marber Philip Pullman Shakespeare Theatre Tom Stoppard West End

News: National Theatre Live relaunches with new programme of four productions in cinemas worldwide

The National Theatre today announces the return of National Theatre Live with a new programme of four…

Posted in Musicals News Theatre

News: Well-Behaved Women take over Cadogan Hall

Producers Jamie Lambert and Eliza Jackson have announced a production of Carmel Dean’s song cycle, entitled Well-Behaved…

Posted in Film Jonathan Larson Lin-Manuel Miranda Musicals

News: musicals coming to the screen soon

In The Heights Due to arrive on 25th June, Jon M Chu’s film of In The Heights,…

Posted in Adam Gwon Digital Musicals Theatre Theatre review

Review: Ordinary Days

Pickle Productions’ new version of Adam Gwon’s Ordinary Days is streaming via The Theatre Cafe now “I’m…