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Tickets On Sale Now for Carousel at the ENO

Tickets On Sale Now for Carousel at the ENO

Tickets on sale now for Rodgers & Hammerstein’s iconic musical Carousel at the London Coliseum, starring Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins on stage together for the very first time. They will be joined by members of ENO’s award-winning Orchestra and Chorus. Continue Reading

Balletboyz join The Big Give Christmas Challenge in aid of Parkinson’s CAN Dance

Balletboyz join The Big Give Christmas Challenge in aid of Parkinson’s CAN Dance

The internationally celebrated dance company BalletBoyz have announced that they will be taking part in ‘The Big Give Christmas Challenge’ from noon on Tuesday 29 November to noon on Friday 2 December to raise money for their Parkinson’s CAN Dance class. The Big Give, a 72 hour fundraising initiative across the country, will match all donations made during this time, effectively doubling the value of each one. Continue Reading

Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins to star in ENO\'s Carousel

Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins to star in ENO's Carousel

Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins will star for the first time together in the West End as Billy Bigelow and Julie Jordan in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel, the third production in the partnership between English National Opera (ENO) and the GradeLinnit Company. Continue Reading

A New Play, A New Studio Theatre, And A Bright Future For Greenwich

A New Play, A New Studio Theatre, And A Bright Future For Greenwich

This week Greenwich Theatre opens its eagerly awaited new studio space with the world premiere of a new play, presented in partnership with emerging company CultureClash Theatre. Shortlisted for this year’s first ever RED Women’s Theatre Award, Cassiah Joski-Jethi’s Under My Thumb tells a dark story of sexism taken to a horrible extreme, throwing a spotlight on the continuing discrimination that exists in today’s society and issuing a powerful call for change. Continue Reading

Fringe Diary with Adrian Bradley - Day 6

Fringe Diary with Adrian Bradley - Day 6

Join Adrian Bradley for Fringe Diary, your bulletin on the news, views and schmooze at the Edinburgh Fringe. In which Ade sees the best and the worst of the Fringe, why some people have more money than sense, and why not to pretend you’re a level four if you’re really not a level four. Continue Reading

Fringe Diary with Adrian Bradley - Day 5

Fringe Diary with Adrian Bradley - Day 5

Join Adrian Bradley for Fringe Diary, your bulletin on the news, views and schmooze at the Edinburgh Fringe. In which Ade finds his favourite show so far - and talks about the highs and lows of Edinburgh audiences. Continue Reading

Fringe Diary with Adrian Bradley - Day 4

Fringe Diary with Adrian Bradley - Day 4

Join Adrian Bradley for Fringe Diary, your bulletin on the news, views and schmooze at the Edinburgh Fringe. In which Adrian Bradley learns some more Fringe lessons and speaks up for the little show. Continue Reading

Fringe Diary with Adrian Bradley - Day 3

Fringe Diary with Adrian Bradley - Day 3

Join Adrian Bradley for Fringe Diary, your bulletin on the news, views and schmooze at the Edinburgh Fringe. In which Ade Bradley reveals his dark secret, and why he thinks size isn’t everything at the Fringe. Continue Reading

A Fitting Tribute For Saki

A Fitting Tribute For Saki

The centenary of the Somme has been commemorated in many ways this year. One such way was We’re Here Because We’re Here, a nationwide ‘living memorial’ devised by Turner Prize winner Jeremy Deller, produced by the National Theatre, for which 1,500 volunteers in replica WW1 uniforms appeared at public places around the UK and silently handed out cards bearing the name, age and regiment of ‘their’ soldier: a specific soldier who died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Continue Reading

One-man play sweeps the board at Brighton Fringe Awards

One-man play sweeps the board at Brighton Fringe Awards

Groomed, a powerful play about child abuse written and performed by Patrick Sandford ex-artistic director of Southampton’s Nuffield Theatre, swept the board at the Brighton Fringe Awards last night including picking up Broadway Baby's very own Bobby Award. Continue Reading

First Look: Character Portraits of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Released

First Look: Character Portraits of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Released

In the first of three sets of Charlie Gray’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child portraits, joining the previously announced Jamie Parker as Harry Potter are Poppy Miller who will play Ginny Potterand Sam Clemmett who will play Albus Potter. Previews for Part One of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will begin on 7 June with previews of Part Two starting 9 June 2016. The Official Opening performances of Part One and Part Two will take place on Saturday 30 July 2016. Continue Reading

Booking opens 25 May for School Of Rock

Booking opens 25 May for School Of Rock

Public booking will open on 25 May 2016 for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s West End production of School of Rock - The Musical. Previewing at the New London Theatre from 24 October 2016 with opening night on 14 November 2016, School of Rock - The Musical is initially booking to 12 February 2017. Continue Reading

Tearing down ivory towers with the Sex Workers\' Opera

Tearing down ivory towers with the Sex Workers' Opera

The Sex Workers' Opera rehearses on the third floor of Theatre Delicatessen, a multi-level studio space and gutted workplace that used to serve as an office-complex for The Guardian. It's here that the show's creators, Alex Etchart and Siobhan Knox, and co-director Clare Quinn, talk me through the 'impossible task' they set themselves: to put sex workers centre-stage and tear down the misconceptions around their profession. Devised from a series of testimonials, submitted from over sixty sex workers from seventeen countries, Knox and Etchart offer a multi-coloured palette of women's experiences which can't be tarred with the same brush. Continue Reading

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