Tag: Tim Morgan

Posted in Andrew Lloyd Webber Musicals News Theatre West End

News: 4 West End shows announce their casts

As a comedian, impressionist, game show host, reality TV star, soap, screen and stage actor, Les Dennis…

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,…

Posted in Cast Recordings Music Musicals

Album Review: Mary Poppins (2005 Original London Cast Recording)

“Children who refuse to learn will not return” I only actually got round to seeing the ‘new’…

Posted in Cast Recordings Music

Album Review: Lord of the Rings (2008 Original London Production)

“Eä, Arda, Ainulindalë. Aratar, Maiar, Rána, Nénar” Believe it or not, there was a time when I…

Posted in Chichester Festival Theatre Musicals Stephen Sondheim Theatre West End

Re-review: Sweeney Todd, Adelphi Theatre

“There’s no place like London” Last year was undoubtedly a great one for Chichester Festival Theatre’s musicals…

Posted in Almeida Theatre August Strindberg Barbican Theatre Federico García Lorca fosterIANs Gilbert and Sullivan Ivor Novello John Webster Martin Crimp Musicals Not-London Old Vic Theatre Union Theatre West End

Shows I am looking forward to in 2012

Though the temptation is strong, and the actuality may well prove so, I don’t think I will…

Posted in Andrew Lloyd Webber Cast Recordings Music Musicals Theatre

CD Review: Evita 2006 London Cast Recording

 “Just a little touch of star quality”    I haven’t done many reviews of soundtracks to shows…

Posted in Chichester Festival Theatre Musicals Not-London Stephen Sondheim Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2011 UK

Review: Sweeney Todd, Chichester Festival Theatre

“No denying times is hard sir, even harder than the worst pies in London” This may surprise…

Posted in Donmar Warehouse Musicals Stephen Sondheim Theatre

Review: Passion, Donmar Warehouse

“How can I have expectations? Look at me…” Expectations are a funny thing. When Passion was first…