This musical represents a massive achievement in many
Buried deep under Edinburgh, accessible only via a side street and past an inconveniently parked white van, Paradise in the Vault is the perfect venue for this chilling chamber ope…
Another outing for put-upon mother-of-three Ruth Rich, Something Fishy charts an ill-fated school trip to Marrakech.
PhD student Carrie leads us through several case studies of female mental illness, spanning centuries and hitting quite close to home.
Ruth Rich’s madcap scheming to avoid a diary clash fills this hour of light comedy at the Pleasance Courtyard.
This darkly comedic two-hander plunges us straight into the aftermath of a murder in the Scottish Highlands.
Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has been framed and is now forced to share a cell with a prostitute and possible murderer, Lina.
35MM is subtitled ‘a musical exhibition’.
Sadly displaced from their usual venue, the St Andrew’s and St George’s West festival-within-the-festival have set themselves up in Royal Overseas House.
Sovereign debt, bad credit, riots and scandals – the Euro, and the sky, is falling.
Thank goodness they didn’t call it Greenday: The Musical, because if they had, they wouldn’t have got half the audience they did.
The A-level drama students of St Marylebone CE School in London give this frothy oldie a new lease of life.
Deep in the bowels of the Barbican lies a show which defies categorisation.
Let me start by suggesting that people of a nervous disposition need not read this review, since you sure as anything won’t enjoy the show.
It is a great honour for any composer to have their work cherry-picked by fans and turned into a revue.
When is a musical not a musical? When it’s a sung play, of course.
Misdirected sexual attraction is the plate of the day from the Cambridge University Opera Society.
What can a reviewer say about a musical that’s different every night? By extension, what can a reviewer say about any show, since surely no two performances are the same? If you�…
Edinburgh is a beautiful city, with its ancient monuments, imposing churches and symmetrical townhouses.
Are you back for more Dick, or are you inexperienced in these areas? Of course I’m referring to the madcap world of adult panto at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Maybe it was lack of sleep.
Tick…Tick…Boom! is a show created by Jonathan Larson (of RENT fame) centred around a promising musical theatre writer ‘Jon’, who is running out of time.
If you are a fan of hilarious songs and impeccable singing then this is the show for you.
What a charming narrative – a mountain man cons a young lady into marital servitude, at which point his six younger brothers steal six other women, holding them captive over wint…
This show suffers from a major conceptual problem.
Dinner and a show: a winning combination.
I had never been to a strip club before.
This bitter-sweet musical errs self-consciously on the side of the sweet, providing a Rom Com where everything seems to go right.
When I was little I had a Jackanory audio tape which I would listen to as I fell asleep.
The self-proclaimed professors of ‘pop hermeneutics’ return in stunning form to the Udderbelly, revealing their miraculous insights into the world of music and mass-culture, li…
This was my first venture over to C eca, a venue with a reputation amongst some as being out of the way.
Who am I? What price, fame? What is reality? These are just some of the inane issues dredged up to validate this otherwise empty narrative.
The songs of Belgian-born chanteur Jacques Brel are renowned for their colourful imagery and dramatic storytelling.
In this North London retelling of Bizet’s opera, our feisty titular heroine is caught between two men in a world of crime, sleaze, and skinny black jeans.
Call me strange, but watching this show twice (in English and in Japanese) has been my most fascinating theatre experience in a long time.
In this energetic operetta, The Tabard’s own in-house company Pulling Focus give us a bizarre romp through a blood-thirsty country club.
In this offering from the American High School Musical Theatre Festival, Shakespeare’s text is revamped into a slick news room in a specially commissioned work from Chris Wynters…
In a blank-canvas office, the corporate machine squeezes one last drop of inspiration from two ad-men at the end of their tether.
‘Colour and light’ exclaims Georges, and this production takes that seriously.
This picture-book musical follows a young orphan girl who casts off her mourning clothes and warms the hearts of those around her.
Have you seen that Jason Robert Brown musical where the smart Jewish guy falls for the neurotic Irish Catholic girl? Despite being the premise of three of his shows to my mind, in …
‘Ooh, he were good, that Mercutio! Shame he had to die, really.
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