Tag: Mark Inscoe

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The finalists of The Offies 2019

Some decisions that reflect my own nominations for the year, many others for plays I haven’t seen…

Posted in LGBTQ+ Musicals Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch Theatre Theatre review

Review: Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch

A wonderfully warm-hearted production makes the regional premiere of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert a show to…

Posted in Ivo van Hove Lee Hall National Theatre Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2017

Review: Network, National Theatre

“I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore”  With Network, Lee Hall’s adaptation…

Posted in Cast Recordings Music Musicals

Album Review: Salad Days (2013 Live London Cast Recording)

“Oh yes it’s not that I want to stay.  It’s just that I don’t want to go”…

Posted in Charing Cross Theatre Maury Yeston Musicals Theatre

Review: Death Takes A Holiday, Charing Cross

“I’m Death.  ‘And you’re on holiday?’” The ways in which the titles of shows are worked into…

Posted in Andrew Lloyd Webber Cast Recordings Music

Album Review: The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall

“We had such hopes…” To celebrate its 25th anniversary, The Phantom of the Opera decamped to the…

Posted in Curve Theatre Musicals Not-London Theatre UK

Review: The Sound of Music, Curve

“My heart should be wildly rejoicing”   Rodgers and Hammerstein’s undeniable classic of a score, Paul Kerryson’s…

Posted in Musicals Riverside Studios Theatre Theatre review

Review: Salad Days, Riverside Studios

“There is joy in the air so begone with dull care” There’s always something of a delicious…

Posted in Jason Robert Brown Musicals Southwark Playhouse Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2011

Review: Parade, Southwark Playhouse

“It means the journey ahead might get shorter, I might reach the end of my rope” Hardly…