Ivor Novello: glamorous stage and screen star, author and matinee idol is mostly known today as a glorious melodic theatrical composer.
Running at just forty minutes, this play with songs is a little gem: a bit rough round the edges and lot of polishing may be required, but talent is on show and an endearing centra…
The dedicated, hard-working and committed cast of six actors
worked hard to bring this piece alive on a cramped stage.
The Oxford Dictionary describes ‘Diva’ as: “A celebrated female opera
singer, a famous female singer of popular music, or a woman regarded as
temperamental or haughty”.
Joe Stilgoe and his excellent band create a wonderful atmosphere with their musical stylings, charming personalities, and atmospheric lighting.
There is no doubt that an audience of a certain age will fondly remember
the two famous actors starring in You’re Never Too Old, although
audiences of any age could not fail to e…
Billed as a poignant one-woman comedy drama, actress Davina Leonard delivers exactly that, with more accent on the drama.
This is character comedy at its best.
Griffith’s slightly self deprecating solo show, is an easy-going fun hour spent in his company.
Coronation Street is iconic.
Sometimes a title of a show can be so specific in its subject matter that it can pull the audience in and deliver exactly what they expect to see.
If you revel in the musicality of the 1930s, take pleasure in performance poetry or wish to be swept away with some old world charm, then push the boat out and go see this show.
Tommy Sheridan cuts a rather sad figure of fun these days.
Good looks and charm can go a long way to be a success in stand up comedy.
Ivor Novello and Noel Coward have both been celebrated countless times in musical biopics, but this could be the first time that their respective careers and lives have been combin…
This fast paced, quick-fire sketch show has the audience rolling in the aisles.
What makes a lot of cash in the Musical Theatre? Juke Box musicals: Mamma Mia, We Will Rock You, Jersey Boys.
If you like non-confrontational theatre, plays without a message, or just fancy a pleasant morning, Hell’s Bells is the play for you.
From the moment Joel Dommett stepped onto the stage with his mop of perfectly tousled hair, handsome looks and frequently exposed midriff (one wonders if he sponsored by the makers…
For all the atrocities of the Second World War, it was a fertile period for great songs.
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