Simon Callow to return in A Christmas Carol in London

Simon Callow to return in A Christmas Carol in London

Following previous runs in 2012, 2013 and 2016, Simon Callow will reprise his role in A Christmas Carol at the Arts Theatre for a strictly-limited 5-week season this Christmas. 

Fame the Musical to get West End run in 2019

Fame the Musical to get West End run in 2019

The 30th-anniversary tour of Fame the Musical is set to stop in the West End next year as it celebrates three decades since the original Miami production. 

Danny Dyer and Jo Brand to star in Nativity the Musical in London

Danny Dyer and Jo Brand to star in Nativity the Musical in London

Danny Dyer is set to star in the return of Nativity! the Musical to London this Christmas, alongside comedian Jo Brand. 

Aladdin set to close in the West End

Aladdin set to close in the West End

The London production of Aladdin is set to close following a run of over three years at the Prince Edward Theatre. 

Liquid Refreshment that could promote your show

Liquid Refreshment that could promote your show

Win yourself advertising on Broadway Baby just by visiting the pub this Festival. 

Madagascar Musical to tour UK with X Factor winner Matt Terry

Madagascar Musical to tour UK with X Factor winner Matt Terry

Go wild as Matt Terry – winner of 2016's X-Factor is announced to play Alex The Lion in the brand-new stage adaptation of Madagascar - The Musical opening at New Wimbledon Theatre on 16 July prior to a UK Tour. 

Anthony Horowitz’s Mindgame to run at the Ambassadors Theatre later this month

Anthony Horowitz’s Mindgame to run at the Ambassadors Theatre later this month

Following the early closure of All or Nothing, Anthony Horowitz’s play Mindgame is set to run for three weeks at the Ambassadors Theatre, ahead of the opening of David Haig’s Pressure. 

Dawn French and Julian Clary to star in Snow White at the London Palladium. Book now.

Dawn French and Julian Clary to star in Snow White at the London Palladium. Book now.

Actor, writer and comedian Dawn French will be making her pantomime debut as The Wicked Queen. She will be starring alongside Julian Clary as The Man in the Mirror, Nigel Havers as The Understudy, Paul Zerdin as Muddles, Gary Wilmot as Mrs Crumble, Vincent Simone as The King, Flavia Cacace-Mistry as The Queen and Josh Bennett, Simeon Dyer, Craig Garner, Ben Goffe, Jamie John, Blake Lisle and Andrew Martin as The Magnificent Seven. 

David Witts to play Fiyero in Wicked in the West End

David Witts to play Fiyero in Wicked in the West End

Actor David Witts has been announced as the latest actor to take on the role of Fiyero in the West End production of Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre. 

Bat Out of Hell announces partnership with Invictus Games Foundation

Bat Out of Hell announces partnership with Invictus Games Foundation

Bat Out of Hell has announced a new partnership with the Invictus Games Foundation which will see an exclusive performance of the musical held for Invictus Games competitors. 

Tony Awards 2018: Brits among Broadway award nominations

Tony Awards 2018: Brits among Broadway award nominations

Broadway transfers of Angels in America and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child are among some of the most-nominated productions at this year’s Tony Awards. 

The Spiegeltent returns to Underbelly Southbank Festival

The Spiegeltent returns to Underbelly Southbank Festival

Underbelly Festival’s 10th year on the Southbank went off with a bang in April with the London premiere of the effervescent, multicoloured Circus Abyssinia, and May looks set to be even more exciting with the opening of the iconic Paradiso Spiegeltent – a West End for the weird and wonderful – on 28 April. 

Nick Gilbert has some questions to ask about masculinity. Are you a New Age man?

Nick Gilbert has some questions to ask about masculinity. Are you a New Age man?

Nick Gilbert takes the role of a TV game show host as he explores the issues of masculinity in his new show at Greenwich Theatre Studio from 12-14 April. 

Orlando Bloom to star as Killer Joe in the West End

Orlando Bloom to star as Killer Joe in the West End

Orlando Bloom (The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Hobbit, the Pirates of the Caribbean series) is to star in the West End as a cop who moonlights as a killer-for-hire in multi award-winning Tracy Letts' blackly comic thriller, Killer Joe. 

Lewisham dance programme Love2Dance wins London Youth Award

Lewisham dance programme Love2Dance wins London Youth Award

Love2Dance, a free street dance programme for young people in Lewisham, was a winner at the London Youth Awards on Wednesday 21 March. Held at Channel 4’s headquarters, the inspiring ceremony celebrated the best of youth engagement across the capital, from dance, sports, and employability, to volunteers and young leaders. 

Tickets now on sale for Take That musical The Band at Theatre Royal Haymarket from 30 November

Tickets now on sale for Take That musical The Band at Theatre Royal Haymarket from 30 November

Tim Firth's hotly anticipated jukebox musical The Band, based on the music of the most successful boyband of all time, Take That, are now on sale with performances starting from 30th November at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. 

The Albany and ARC Announce Two New £40k Christmas Commissions

The Albany and ARC Announce Two New £40k Christmas Commissions

ARC Stockton and the Albany, Deptford are seeking to commission two new Christmas shows for children aged 3 – 7. Each show will be presented in one venue in 2019, and then in the other venue in 2020. 

Concrete Dreams Exhibition To Take Audiences On Immersive Historical Journey Through Reopened Venues And Archives

Concrete Dreams Exhibition To Take Audiences On Immersive Historical Journey Through Reopened Venues And Archives

A new Southbank Centre exhibition, Concrete Dreams, is announced today, bringing to life the creative spirit of iconic arts venues, the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room and celebrating their public reopening after two years of extensive restoration and redesign. 

Friends For All heads to The Roundhouse

Friends For All heads to The Roundhouse

Poet Simon Mole will be bringing Friends For All, his interactive spoken word performance for families, to The Roundhouse, London, on Sunday 24 June 2018 at 1.00pm & 3.00pm as part of his 2018 Spring Tour... 

European Premiere of Club Swizzle at the Roundhouse

European Premiere of Club Swizzle at the Roundhouse

The Roundhouse announced today that Club Swizzle, a brand new show from the multi-award winning creators of La Soirée, will take over the iconic venue this summer for its UK and European premiere... 

IMPERIUM transfers to the West End

IMPERIUM transfers to the West End

The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and Playful Productions has announced the West End transfer for acclaimed, historical two-part thriller IMPERIUM – I: Conspirator andII: Dictator, running for a limited engagement at London’s Gielgud Theatre from 14 June to 8 September 2018. 

RSC Announces Six New Dates for the UK & Ireland Tour of Matilda The Musical

RSC Announces Six New Dates for the UK & Ireland Tour of Matilda The Musical

The Royal Shakespeare Company has announced that the UK and Ireland Tour of Matilda The Musical will extend into 2019, touring to six more cities and accompanied by a specially devised education programme, Change My Story, for schools. 

Underbelly Festival adds more names to line-up for 10th year

Underbelly Festival adds more names to line-up for 10th year

Now preparing for a 10th year on the Southbank and having smashed through the million-tickets-sold barrier last year, Underbelly Festival Southbank 2018 has added yet more names to the incredible array of talent on display by the Thames between April and September. 

West End Transfer Announced for The Jungle

West End Transfer Announced for The Jungle

Following universal critical acclaim, and a sold-out run at the Young Vic, producers Sonia Friedman Productions, Tom Kirdahy and Hunter Arnoldare delighted to announce the West End transfer of the National Theatre and Young Vic co-production with Good Chance Theatre of Joe Murphyand Joe Robertson’s  The Jungle. 

Kander and Ebb songbook heads to Stockwell Playhouse

Kander and Ebb songbook heads to Stockwell Playhouse

Starring Katy Baker, who won an OFFIE 2013 for her portrayal of ‘Flora Meszaros’ (Flora the Red Menace), is joined by Daniel Hall (My Land’s Shore), Suzanna Kempner (Assassins, Brexit) and Georgina Nicholas (When Midnight Strikes)... 

Rhys Ifans forced to withdraw from the Old Vic’s Mood Music

Rhys Ifans forced to withdraw from the Old Vic’s Mood Music

Rhys Ifans has been forced to withdraw from the Old Vic’s upcoming production of Joe Penhall’s Mood Music, citing family reasons. 

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Churchill Theatre set to host Kent premiere of a new musical adventure of The Jungle Book.

Churchill Theatre set to host Kent premiere of a new musical adventure of The Jungle Book.

The show which is currently touring the UK, is an exciting new adaptation based on the 1894 classic book by Rudyard Kipling and will run for five days (28 February – 4 March, including World Book Day on 1 March) at Churchill Theatre. 

Kinky Boots celebrates its 1000th performance

Kinky Boots celebrates its 1000th performance

Olivier award-winning Kinky Boots celebrates its 1000th performance and has now welcomed over 1,000,000 customers in the West End. 

Commonwealth Week at Westminster Abbey

Commonwealth Week at Westminster Abbey

Visit Westminster Abbey this half term and celebrate the Commonwealth during a week of special events for families. 

An Ideal Husband at the Vaudeville Theatre

An Ideal Husband at the Vaudeville Theatre

The Rolls-Royce of English comedies, Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband, brings an act of political sin into the heart of the English home. 

Bryan Ferry at the London Paladium

Bryan Ferry at the London Paladium

Former Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry heads to the London Palladium for one night only in May 2018.  

Chicago returns to the West End in March 2018. Tickets onsale tomorrow.

Chicago returns to the West End in March 2018. Tickets onsale tomorrow.

The world’s longest running American musical, the multi award-winning Chicago, returns to London’s West End after a 5½ year absence. Following a successful UK and international tour, Chicago will be transferring into London, with performances at the Phoenix Theatre from Monday 26 March 2018... 

Black Friday Deals on West End Shows

Black Friday Deals on West End Shows

All this week we've got some fantastic offers on your favourite West End shows. Check back daily for the latest offers. 

The King And I - On Sale Now

The King And I - On Sale Now

Tipped to be London’s theatrical event of 2018, the multi-award winning and critically acclaimed Lincoln Center Theater’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King And I comes to London's iconic Palladium in Spring 2018. 

Matilda the Musical announces extension until February 2019

Matilda the Musical announces extension until February 2019

Booking for Matilda has been extended until 19th February 2019. 

Save up to 72% on the Mane Chance Charity Gala with Ronan Keating

Save up to 72% on the Mane Chance Charity Gala with Ronan Keating

Get last minute tickets to see Ronan Keating in the Mane Chance West End Charity Gala Spectacular at up to 72% off. 

Barry Humphries' Weimar Cabaret at The Barbican Theatre

Barry Humphries' Weimar Cabaret at The Barbican Theatre

Barry Humphries is our masterfully seasoned emcee and cabaret diva Meow Meow our chanteuse in this risqué, sophisticated and seductive tribute to the jazz-infused music of the Weimar Republic. 

The Christmasaurus at the Eventim Apollo

The Christmasaurus at the Eventim Apollo

The debut novel from McFly star and bestselling children's author Tom Fletcher The Christmasaurus comes to the London stage for a special Christmas spectacular in December. 

Murder in the West End!

Murder in the West End!

There’s Murder in the West End this Halloween as an ancient curse turns cast members of London’s leading shows into method-acting murderers! The curtain has fallen on unsuspecting cast, crew and front of house, meeting their maker in ghoulish fashion... 

48 Hour Priority Sale for Rosalie Craig and Patti LuPone in Company

48 Hour Priority Sale for Rosalie Craig and Patti LuPone in Company

Sondheim’s musical comes to the West End starring Rosalie Craig and Patti LuPone at the Gielgud Theatre for a strictly limited season next year, and you can get your hand on tickets in our 48-hour priority sale from 3pm today. 

TINA - The Tina Turner Musical tickets on sale from 12pm today

TINA - The Tina Turner Musical tickets on sale from 12pm today

Tickets go on sale at 12pm today for the world premiere of TINA - The Tina Turner Musical, which opens at London's Aldwych next Spring.  

First images of Le Grand Mort with Julian Clary and James Nelson-Joyce

First images of Le Grand Mort with Julian Clary and James Nelson-Joyce

Rehearsal photos released of Julian Clary and James Nelson-Joyce in the world première of the two-handed black comedy, Le Grand Mort. 

Mama Biashara Charity Gig at Gilded Balloon

Mama Biashara Charity Gig at Gilded Balloon

Mama Biashara is a tiny charity doing massive things, helping women in the poorest slums of Kenya, help themselves. It gives them a hand up, not a hand out, enabling them to start a small business so they can care and create a safe haven for their children. 

West End and Broadway sensation Rachel Tucker announces two intimate concerts

West End and Broadway sensation Rachel Tucker announces two intimate concerts

West End and Broadway sensation Rachel Tucker makes her debut at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe in two intimate concerts at the Pleasance. Fresh from her first UK Tour, Rachel brings her fabulous voice and charm to Scotland for the first time in this intimate evening packed with her favourite songs... 

Eight shows heading to Brighton Fringe with the support of Greenwich Theatre

Eight shows heading to Brighton Fringe with the support of Greenwich Theatre

Greenwich Theatre is set to have an unprecedented profile at this year’s Brighton Fringe, with no less than eight productions heading for The Warren either co-produced or supported by the South London venue. 

Gilded Balloon launches New Town festival hub at Rose Theatre

Gilded Balloon launches New Town festival hub at Rose Theatre

Karen and Katy Koren are thrilled to announce that Gilded Balloon will expand into the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, as they embark upon an exciting new partnership with the Rose Theatre... 

988 Brighton Fringe listings now on Broadway Baby

988 Brighton Fringe listings now on Broadway Baby

Are you excited about Brighton Fringe yet? We are! And with 988 Brighton Fringe shows and events now listed on Broadway Baby you've found the right place for the best coverage of the festival. 

Real-Life Man Who Behaved Badly Features in New Greenwich Comedy

Real-Life Man Who Behaved Badly Features in New Greenwich Comedy

Celebrated actor, Ian Lindsay (Men Behaving Badly, Benidorm) directs the world première of his play Chinese Whispers at the Greenwich Theatre from July 13th-23rd based on the bizarre life of Sir Edmund Backhouse, a confidence trickster of the Victorian age who pulled off audacious swindles against entire nations. 

Annie starring Miranda Hart in the West End now On Sale

Annie starring Miranda Hart in the West End now On Sale

The world’s favourite family musical Annie makes its long-awaited return to London this May, starring comedy superstar Miranda Hart – and it's on sale now. 

Shoreditch Improv Festival Returns

Shoreditch Improv Festival Returns

In the last two years, improv comedy has experienced a surge of popularity around London with great new groups popping up on the scene. With so many talented comedians, City Impro decided that a fortnightly event was not sufficient to showcase everything that improv has to offer and thus the Shoreditch Improv Festival was born. 

Edward Fox returns to the West End in Sand In The Sandwiches

Edward Fox returns to the West End in Sand In The Sandwiches

Fresh from a sell-out 2016 UK Tour, Edward Fox is to return to the West End in the celebrated one-man play exploring the life and work of John Betjeman, Sand in the Sandwiches, for a strictly limited London run... 

The Ferryman to transfer to the Gielgud Theatre in June

The Ferryman to transfer to the Gielgud Theatre in June

After the short run at the Royal Court Theatre sold out in just one day, Jez Butterworth’s epic, new play The Ferryman will transfer to the West End. Multi award-winning actor, director and writer Paddy Considine will be joined by Laura Donnelly and Genevieve O’Reilly in the production directed by Sam Mendes... 

First listings of #EdFringe 2017 now on Broadway Baby

First listings of #EdFringe 2017 now on Broadway Baby

We don’t know quite how big the 70th Edinburgh Festival Fringe will be this year quite yet – the final number’s a closely guarded secret until the official press launch in June – but we do know about the first 50 shows to be released... 

Russell Maliphant Company to restage classic and early pieces

Russell Maliphant Company to restage classic and early pieces

Internationally acclaimed choreographer Russell Maliphant has today announced the programme for maliphantworks, featuring world-renowned collaborators and works spanning his hugely celebrated 25 year career... 

Romola Garai And Emma Cunniffe To Star In The West End Transfer Of Queen Anne

Romola Garai And Emma Cunniffe To Star In The West End Transfer Of Queen Anne

Romola Garai will star as Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough alongside Emma Cunniffe as the eponymous monarch in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Queen Anne. After originally opening at the Swan Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon in November 2015, Queen Anne will transfer to Theatre Royal Haymarket for a thirteen week limited run from 30 June until 30 September, with a press night on 10 July. 

The Counting House returns to the Laughing Horse’s Free Festival

The Counting House returns to the Laughing Horse’s Free Festival

For the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe free shows will return to The Counting House venue on West Nicolson Street, following a one year hiatus with the venue being programmed under a paid show format. 

Royal & Derngate announces Made in Northampton 2017 season

Royal & Derngate announces Made in Northampton 2017 season

At the end of a remarkable year for the Northampton venue, Royal & Derngate’s Artistic Director James Dacre today announced details of Made in Northampton 2017. 

Last chance to see The Dresser from just a tenner at the Duke of York’s Theatre

Last chance to see The Dresser from just a tenner at the Duke of York’s Theatre

Audiences have only six weeks left to see the critically acclaimed West End production of Sir Ronald Harwood’s The Dresser which brings together a multi award-winning cast and creative team in a five-star revival – and with the Broadway Baby Winter Theatre Seat Sale, you can pick up a ticket from just a tenner. 

Winter Theatre Seat Sale - Amazing deals & offers this Christmas

Winter Theatre Seat Sale - Amazing deals & offers this Christmas

Our Winter Sale promotion is now live and we have a number of amazing deals & offers. Save on Christmas favourites like La Soiree, Santa's New Sleigh, Mr Popper's Penguins, Roald Dahl's Fantastic Mr Fox and many more. 

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... 

New production photography released for UK premiere of Dreamgirls

New production photography released for UK premiere of Dreamgirls

Sonia Friedman Productions has today released brand new production photography for the long-awaited UK premiere of Dreamgirls. Preview performances are currently running at the Savoy Theatre with Opening Night on Wednesday 14 December 2016. 

Ed Balls, Ore Oduba & Lesley Joseph join Strictly Come Dancing The Live Tour 2017

Ed Balls, Ore Oduba & Lesley Joseph join Strictly Come Dancing The Live Tour 2017

Former Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, sports presenter Ore Oduba and actress Lesley Joseph are the latest celebrities announced to appear on the Strictly Come Dancing Live UK Tour, which kicks off in Birmingham on 20 January 2017. 

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... 

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. 

Black Friday Deals - Tickets from a Fiver!

Black Friday Deals - Tickets from a Fiver!

This week we have a number of fantastic deals and offers across a huge range of theatre and attractions, with new offers being added every day. 

Don Juan in Soho Casting Announcement

Don Juan in Soho Casting Announcement

Adrian Scarborough and Gawn Grainger to join cast of Don Juan in Soho when it opens at Wyndham's Theatre in March 2017. 

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. 

Pepperdine Scotland's Interference wins first Bobby Award at EdFringe 2016

Pepperdine Scotland's Interference wins first Bobby Award at EdFringe 2016

Our exclusive Bobby Award has found its first EdFringe home, in the hands on Pepperdine Scotland for their 5-star show Interference at C venues. 

SpaceDating: Two Kittens & A Kid (A Gay Man Raising His Inner Diva)

SpaceDating: Two Kittens & A Kid (A Gay Man Raising His Inner Diva)

He prefers getting up early, likes music and isn't adverse to a man in a kilt. We take Canuck Christopher Wilson on a first date (and we quite liked it). 

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. 

Maury Yeston boards Titanic for exclusive Q&A

Maury Yeston boards Titanic for exclusive Q&A

Composer Maury Yeston dropped into the Charing Cross Theatre last night to catch the revival of his musical Titanic. After watching the show Yeston did a Q&A for the audience and then hung out with the cast... 

Flanders & Swann “the missing link in comedy history between Noel Coward & Billy Connelly”

Flanders & Swann “the missing link in comedy history between Noel Coward & Billy Connelly”

Tim FitzHigham tells Broadway Baby why playing one half of Flanders and Swann for the last decade isn’t just nostalgic, it’s unbridled joy. 

SpaceDating: Wychwood

SpaceDating: Wychwood

Broadway Baby chats to Wychwood, a show that promises something a little dark and different.. 

SpaceDating: Stories from Around the World

SpaceDating: Stories from Around the World

Today Broadway Baby is having a chat with Katie Merritt, whose company is performing Stories from Around the World this Fringe! 

SpaceDating: Angel to Vampire!

SpaceDating: Angel to Vampire!

Broadway Baby chats to Nigel Osner who is bringing a variety of songs and stories in Angel to Vampire!  

SpaceDating: The Creeps

SpaceDating: The Creeps

We had a little chat with The Creeps about an international tour and the show.. 

SpaceDating: London - Paris - Roam!

SpaceDating: London - Paris - Roam!

Broadway Baby and Sarah Tullamore get to chatting about her, her show London - Paris - Roam! and her love of Shiraz...  

SpaceDating: Love Me Tinder Cabaret

SpaceDating: Love Me Tinder Cabaret

Let Megan guide you through the dos and dont's of online dating for Fringe 2016. Broadway Baby has a chat about her show Love Me Tinder.. 

SpaceDating: The Enchanted

SpaceDating: The Enchanted

Broadway Baby gets the chance to talk to The Enchanted, a show that asks the question "Are monsters born or are they created?" 

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. 

SpaceDating: Countermeasure: 14 Characters

SpaceDating: Countermeasure: 14 Characters

Broadway Baby has a cheeky little chat to Countermeasure: 14 Characters, an a cappella group from Toronto, Canada.  

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... 

SpaceDating: Strangers: A Magic Play

SpaceDating: Strangers: A Magic Play

Srangers: A Magic Play weaves theatre and magic for a unique experience. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

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. 

SpaceDating: A Case of You: The Music of Joni Mitchell

SpaceDating: A Case of You: The Music of Joni Mitchell

Today we're chatting to A Case of You: The Musical of Joni Mitchell, a contemporary interpretation of the hits that made Joni an icon of the 70's. 

SpaceDating: NoFilter

SpaceDating: NoFilter

Broadway Baby chats to the talent behind NoFilter, a show about social media and teen struggles, and Crowded Nest - a company of teenagers bringing teen issues to the stage.  

SpaceDating: Bull

SpaceDating: Bull

We're chatting to the cast of Bull, coming to EdFringe '16. Nobody likes a sore loser... 

SpaceDating: It Just Takes One

SpaceDating: It Just Takes One

Broadway Baby chews the fat with It Just Takes One - something that ought to appeal to any fans of The IT Crowd or The Office. 

SpaceDating: Pale Imitations

SpaceDating: Pale Imitations

Broadway Baby chats to Keshia Watson, the writer of Pale Imitations - a poetic, romantic, stylish show coming to EdFringe '16.  

SpaceDating: Diva Las Vegas

SpaceDating: Diva Las Vegas

Broadway Baby chats to the saucy, sassy & delicious Sundaes about ice cream and Diva Las Vegas. Oh myyy... 

SpaceDating: The Grimmest of Grim Tales

SpaceDating: The Grimmest of Grim Tales

We spend a few minutes with The Grimmest of Grim Tales, but our chat was anything but.  

SpaceDating: The Rose of Jericho

SpaceDating: The Rose of Jericho

Broadway Baby chats to acclaimed playwright and novelist Alex Martinez. He's bringing The Rose of Jericho back to Edinburgh and we can't wait to hear more. 

SpaceDating: Sins Borne

SpaceDating: Sins Borne

We chat to John and Lance of Sins Borne, a show tackling race, grief and redemption all the way from the States.  

SpaceDating: Stop!

SpaceDating: Stop!

Following their sell-out Fringe run in 2014, Make Theatre CIC return with their brand new, original show, Stop! We have a little chinwag..  

SpaceDating: Simon & Garfunkel: Through The Years

SpaceDating: Simon & Garfunkel: Through The Years

Dan Haynes & Pete Richards boast consecutive EdFringe sellouts with Simon & Garfunkel: Through The Years! We get to know Pete a little better... 

SpaceDating: Blueswater Presents: Cat Loud’s Wayward Girls

SpaceDating: Blueswater Presents: Cat Loud’s Wayward Girls

Broadway Baby has a little chat with sultry songstress Cat Loud, who is bringing Cat Loud's Wayward Girls to Edinburgh '16 alongside The Bluewater. 

SpaceDating: Killer Cells

SpaceDating: Killer Cells

Today we have a little chat with Rachel Pedley-Miller, writer and performer for Killer Cells, about #optimism and hope for the future. 

SpaceDating: The Monologues of a Tired Nurse

SpaceDating: The Monologues of a Tired Nurse

We're chatting up Stephanie Silver and Emelia Lovsey of The Monologues of a Tired Nurse, a show about the cuts and the NHS.. 

SpaceDating: The Maiden’s Toy

SpaceDating: The Maiden’s Toy

An ambitious director will leave no stone unturned in her production of a fiendishly difficult and disturbing play. The Maiden's Toy features a fast-moving account of the weeks leading up to the unveiling of her new production and focuses on the director's increasingly twisted relationship with her young leading male... 

Final casting announced as Titanic sails back into London

Final casting announced as Titanic sails back into London

Final casting is announced today for the return of the multi award-winning production of the Broadway musical Titanic, first seen at Southwark Playhouse, which is coming back to London with director Thom Southerland once again at the helm. 

Rhydian to star as the Dentist in new UK tour of Little Shop of Horrors

Rhydian to star as the Dentist in new UK tour of Little Shop of Horrors

Hit musical comedy Little Shop of Horrors is back, and bringing everyone’s favourite carnivorous plant to theatres across the UK in a brand new tour for 2016, opening at Bournemouth Pavilion on Thursday 4 August 2016. 

Brighton Fringe To Start Off With A Bang

Brighton Fringe To Start Off With A Bang

To celebrate the opening of its biggest ever festival, Brighton Fringe has joined forces with The Warren to kick things off with a bang by laying on its first ever fireworks display. 

Bethan Troakes named Broadway Baby’s Brighton Editor

Bethan Troakes named Broadway Baby’s Brighton Editor

Broadway Baby, one of the longest-established theatre sites on the internet, has named Bethan Troakes as its Brighton Editor. 

Tickets go on sale for Dreamgirls

Tickets go on sale for Dreamgirls

Sonia Friedman Productions announces today that tickets for the long awaited UK premiere of Tony Award-winning musical Dreamgirls go on sale this week. The brand new production begins preview performances at the Savoy Theatre from 19 November with Opening Night on Wednesday 14 December 2016. 

C Venues launches new flagship venue at St Stephen’s Stockbridge

C Venues launches new flagship venue at St Stephen’s Stockbridge

Edinburgh venue St Stephen’s Stockbridge returns in 2016 as the latest addition to the C venues stable. C’s new flagship New Town venue offers three performance spaces, including a 450 seater theatre. 

Thriller Live Moonwalks past 3,000 West End standing ovations

Thriller Live Moonwalks past 3,000 West End standing ovations

The cast of Thriller Live celebrated in style last night as the show marked its 3,000th performance in the West End with a spectacular cake and an American-themed party at Planet Hollywood. 

Olivier Award-nominated Les Enfants Terribles to open Greenwich festival

Olivier Award-nominated Les Enfants Terribles to open Greenwich festival

A theatre company nominated for an Olivier Award will open the ninth annual Greenwich Children’s Theatre Festival at Greenwich Theatre on Good Friday, March 26. 

Lach named Associate Producer with UA and New Town Theatre for EdFringe 2016

Lach named Associate Producer with UA and New Town Theatre for EdFringe 2016

Universal Arts announced this week that they are thrilled to be bringing BBC Radio 4 star Lach on board to produce and programme shows at the New Town Theatre (96 George St) for The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016. 

Brad Birch Awarded 2016 Pinter Commission

Brad Birch Awarded 2016 Pinter Commission

Playwright Brad Birch received the 2016 Pinter Commission yesterday (Tuesday 15 March) – an award given annually by Lady Antonia Fraser, Harold Pinter’s widow, to support a new commission at the Royal Court Theatre. 

Hairspray will return at the end of summer 2017 to once again tour the UK

Hairspray will return at the end of summer 2017 to once again tour the UK

Producer Mark Goucher has confirmed that following the phenomenal success of the current UK tour, the new production of Hairspray will return at the end of summer 2017 to once again tour the UK... 

Ben Richards joins Beverley Knight in The Bodyguard

Ben Richards joins Beverley Knight in The Bodyguard

Ben Richards will join previously announced Beverley Knight in the international hit musical The Bodyguard when it returns to the West End for a limited six month run in July this year... 

Thom Southerland appointed Artistic Director of Charing Cross Theatre

Thom Southerland appointed Artistic Director of Charing Cross Theatre

Award-winning theatre director Thom Southerland has been appointed Artistic Director of London’s Charing Cross Theatre. 

Henry St Leger named Editor for the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe

Henry St Leger named Editor for the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe

Broadway Baby, the largest reviewing publication at the Edinburgh Fringe, has named Henry St Leger as the Editor for this year’s festival. 

Further casting announced for The Entertainer

Further casting announced for The Entertainer

Further casting has been announced for The Entertainer, the final production in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s Plays at the Garrick season. John Hurt will return to the London stage for the first time in a decade as legendary patriarch Billy Rice opposite Kenneth Branagh, who as previously announced, will play the unforgettable Archie Rice in Rob Ashford’s production. 

Summer Days Festival Announces Peter Hook, Tom Robinson & Hugh Cornwell

Summer Days Festival Announces Peter Hook, Tom Robinson & Hugh Cornwell

Summer Days – the UK’s newest boutique music and food festival – has unveiled a trio of post-punk legends to bolster an already incredible and eclectic line-up. 

Sonia Friedman Productions celebrates 20 Olivier nominations

Sonia Friedman Productions celebrates 20 Olivier nominations

Sonia Friedman Productions is today celebrating as the full Olivier Awards Nominations list included 20 potential winners for productions the company is behind. 

Dammit, Janet! Norman Pace joins Rocky Horror UK Tour

Dammit, Janet! Norman Pace joins Rocky Horror UK Tour

Comedian Norman Pace will be joining the cast of the smash hit musical Rocky Horror Show next month. He will join fellow comedian Steve Punt and Coronation Street star Charlie Condou to share the legendary role of The Narrator on the UK tour which is currently smashing box office records in venues from Brighton to Liverpool, Birmingham to Sunderland. 

The night Princess Diana went to a gay bar. New musical opens tonight.

The night Princess Diana went to a gay bar. New musical opens tonight.

The night Freddie Mercury and Kenny Everett smuggled Princess Diana into an iconic gay venue is the stuff of legend. Opening tonight, Royal Vaxhaull is a new musical by Desmond O’Connor that brings life to the events staged in the place it actually happened. 

Final Casting Announced for NotMoses

Final Casting Announced for NotMoses

As rehearsal begin, Monday 15 February 2016, for NotMoses, Gary Sinyor’s first play which he also directs, the final casting and full creative team are announced. NotMoses begins previews at the Arts Theatre on 10 March 2016. 

West End Transfer for Show Boat

West End Transfer for Show Boat

Daniel Evans’ five star production of Show Boat will transfer from Sheffield to the West End in the spring of 2016. Booking has just opened and previews begin at the New London Theatre on 9 April 2016. 

200,000 tickets released for Motown The Musical

200,000 tickets released for Motown The Musical

Following Thursday’s first preview of the West End production of Motown the Musical, due to public demand, a further 200,000 tickets are released for sale taking bookings at the Shaftesbury Theatre to 18 February 2017. 

New Diorama offers financial support for Theatremakers

New Diorama offers financial support for Theatremakers

In recent years London’s New Diorama Theatre has established itself as a home for emerging companies to develop, flourish creatively, and forge viable and sustainable careers as theatre practitioners. 

Bev's Back: The Bodyguard Returns to London

Bev's Back: The Bodyguard Returns to London

The international hit musical The Bodyguard will return to the West End for a limited six month run with Beverley Knight playing the title role of Oscar-nominated superstar Rachel Marron... 

VAULT Festival Returns

VAULT Festival Returns

Since its inception in 2012 VAULT has hosted over 250 productions, from outrageous comedy acts to hard-hitting political theatre and experimental new work from Britain’s most exciting emerging artists. 

London Theatre Workshop relocates to Central London site

London Theatre Workshop relocates to Central London site

London Theatre Workshop has announced that after two successful years located above the Eel Brook Pub in Fulham, the company is relocating to an exciting new venue in Central London. 

King's Head show highlights growing Chemsex crisis

King's Head show highlights growing Chemsex crisis

Following a successful run at Brighton Fringe in 2015 and two previous sold-out and critically acclaimed runs at the King's Head Theatre, 5 Guys Chillin' returns this February. 

Broadway's Hand to God opens in London next month

Broadway's Hand to God opens in London next month

After its phenomenal run on and off Broadway, the critically acclaimed five times Tony award nominated play Hand to God (including Best New Play and Best Director) is making its way to London’s West End and will open at the Vaudeville Theatre in early 2016. 

Bananaman The Musical marks the live action debut of the Man-of-Peel

Bananaman The Musical marks the live action debut of the Man-of-Peel

Bananaman the Musical will mark the live action debut of the Man-of-Peel. A hero who has ‘the muscles of 20 men and the brain of 20 mussels’. Bananaman is a unique member of the superhero ranks... 

Greenwich's New Season To Celebrate Female Theatre Makers

Greenwich's New Season To Celebrate Female Theatre Makers

Greenwich Theatre’s spring season is being themed for the first time to promote and celebrate young female theatre makers, some at the start of their careers but others already exceptional multi-award winners. 

Shona McCarthy appointed as Chief Executive of Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

Shona McCarthy appointed as Chief Executive of Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

Shona McCarthy has been named as Chief Executive of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, filling the post Kath Mainland will vacate in March. 

Springtime for Henry (and Barbara) explores the lives of famous sculptors @wiltonmusichall

Springtime for Henry (and Barbara) explores the lives of famous sculptors @wiltonmusichall

Artist Mel Brimfield is teaming up with composer Gwyneth Herbert to present a fictitious lost musical reconstructed in fragments, centered around the lives of critically acclaimed British sculptors Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth in Springtime for Henry (and Barbara) at Wilton’s Music Hall on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 January 2016. 

New bursary to help Fringe virgins get to Brighton

New bursary to help Fringe virgins get to Brighton

If you have never dipped your toe in the Fringe waters as a performer, now is your chance to take part in England’s largest arts festival 

Going To Space: Violin Variations

Going To Space: Violin Variations

Violin Variations is one of our reviewers' top requested shows this year! Broadway Baby finds out why. 

Going To Space: A Face That Fits

Going To Space: A Face That Fits

Moon Fly Theatre Company is bringing its debut production to EdFringe 2015. A Face That Fits deals with the differences and clashes across generations. 

Going To Space: The Absence Of

Going To Space: The Absence Of

Plexus Theatre Company question the all-important parent-child relationship. With a cast of eight teenagers and the opinions and thoughts of friends, family and the public, The Absence Of was born... 

Going To Space: STAIRCASES

Going To Space: STAIRCASES

L'esprit de l'escalier - "Staircase Wit" - is the French term used to describe the predicament of thinking of the perfect retort too late. STAIRCASES explores the things people don't say... 

Going To Space: 5 Kilo Sugar

Going To Space: 5 Kilo Sugar

Tik-sho-ret seeks to bring a touch of Israeli culture to Edinburgh this year with its fast paced comedy 5 Kilo Sugar.  

Going To Space: The Dock Brief

Going To Space: The Dock Brief

Cian and Al are bringing The Dock Brief, a legal satire revolving around a murder and an unsuccessful barrister. Broadway Baby has a little chit-chat. 

Hell Hath No Fury

Hell Hath No Fury

Hell Hath No Fury seeks to grant an alternative view of Lady Macbeth and women in Shakespeare. Broadway Baby chats to Emma Hopkins about the where, the why and the how. 

The Knowing Smirk Comedy Show

The Knowing Smirk Comedy Show

Knowing Smirk is an improv group from Cheltenham. They offer an eclectic mix of performers and a promise to make you question their psychological stability. Broadway Baby has a chat. 

Going To Space: Bones

Going To Space: Bones

Gritty Theatre lives up to its name, bringing Bones to Edinburgh this year. Bones tells the story of Mark; let down by society or a let down to society?  

Going To Space: Paradise: Lost

Going To Space: Paradise: Lost

Based on the the poem by Milton of the same name, Paradise: Lost is a sinister thriller exploring the fall of Man and the origin of original sin. Broadway Baby investigates. 

Going To Space: Baron Sternlook's Improvised Musical

Going To Space: Baron Sternlook's Improvised Musical

Intending to improvise over 20 back-to-back on-the-spot musicals this year, Baron Sternlook's Improvised Musical returns - with an enormous cast and full ensemble! Broadway Baby chews the fat. 

Going To Space: Dust Never Settles In Torchlight

Going To Space: Dust Never Settles In Torchlight

Dust Never Settles In Torchlight explores a dark, immersive landscape through a poetic sequence of choreography and movement. Broadway Baby has a chat. 

Going To Space: Mrs Dalloway

Going To Space: Mrs Dalloway

Theatre Paradok's adaption of Mrs Dalloway explores our near-constant use of technology to convey our thoughts, feelings and interests while we interact with others.  

Fourth Monkey’s Grimm Tales (Four productions: Rapunzel, Hansel & Gretel, Little Red Cap & The Bloody Countess)

Fourth Monkey’s Grimm Tales (Four productions: Rapunzel, Hansel & Gretel, Little Red Cap & The Bloody Countess)

Broadway Baby talks to Fourth Monkey, the biggest company at the fringe with a huge team of 80 actors and 10 crew! This year they are bringing a plethora of Grimm tales. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: Dearly Beloved

Going To Space: Dearly Beloved

What happens when three complete strangers are whisked away to a mysterious room to confront ghosts of their past? You'll have to see Dearly Beloved to find out! Broadway Baby investigates. 

Going To Space: Cautionary Tales for Daughters - Songs your mother never taught you

Going To Space: Cautionary Tales for Daughters - Songs your mother never taught you

Tanya Holt, producer, performer and writer is to grace the stage this year with Cautionary Tales For Daughters. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: All’s Well That Ends Well

Going To Space: All’s Well That Ends Well

All's Well That Ends Well shows strong women winning the battle of the sexes set against the backdrop of World War II. 

Going To Space: Romeo & Juliet

Going To Space: Romeo & Juliet

Romeo & Juliet, set in the 60's and with not an adult in sight. Broadway Baby is intrigued.  

Going To Space: Cross Wire

Going To Space: Cross Wire

Secret agents, spies, world domination, illegal aliens, real ones - what could be better? Broadway Baby talks to Split Trunk Productions about Cross Wire, coming to Fringe '15. 

Going To Space: Poppies

Going To Space: Poppies

Poppies is a show set during WWI - it's also aiming to raise money for Poppy Scotland. Broadway Baby talks to Laura Kaye Thomson, director of Music Box Theatre. 

Going To Space: Get Jazzy On It

Going To Space: Get Jazzy On It

The Bluebelles are an all-female A Cappella group with a taste for jazz. They promise singing, solos and dancing to boot. Broadway Baby has a natter. 

Going To Space: Church Knight

Going To Space: Church Knight

Church Night is a Washington based production company bringing a show of the same name to Edinburgh. But this isn't your average service.. 

Going To Space: The Final Act

Going To Space: The Final Act

The Final Act tells the musical tale of one last chance, promising catchy songs and laughs aplenty. Broadway Baby has a chat. 

Going To Space: ShellShock! Improv Live!

Going To Space: ShellShock! Improv Live!

Shellshock! puts you, the audience, in control. Sit back, relax, and watch the madness ensue! Broadway Baby has a little chat. 

Going To Space: Pitch Please

Going To Space: Pitch Please

Pitch Please is an a cappella group from St Andrews University, Edinburgh. They won the Scottish A Capella Champinionships in March '15, and have an album being released in April... 

Going To Space: A Traffic Jam on Sycamore Street

Going To Space: A Traffic Jam on Sycamore Street

A Traffic Jam on Sycamore Street promises to be absurd, dark, surreal yet humorous. A severed finger in the mail sets off a chain of unlikely events. Broadway Baby investigates. 

Going To Space: Orpheus and Eurydice

Going To Space: Orpheus and Eurydice

The About Turn Theatre Company are bringing Orpheus and Eurydice to EdFringe '15. It proudly boasts being the longest running Opera on the Fringe circuit. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: MUSE

Going To Space: MUSE

There is no doubt Jean Ross inspired many with her unconventional lifestyle. MUSE explores her life. 

Going To Space: Reconciling

Going To Space: Reconciling

What do you get when you mix a Baptist, a bro in 'cuffs, a botched funeral and a bottle of vodka? Reconciling. 

Going To Space: Father Christmas needs a WEE!

Going To Space: Father Christmas needs a WEE!

Father Christmas has a problem! After a few mince pies, a glass or two of milk and a little eggnog he finds himself in dire need of a bathroom! 

THE RULES: Sex, Lies & Serial Killers

THE RULES: Sex, Lies & Serial Killers

Sex, lies & serial killers. What could be funnier? Throw in a little romance and you've got THE RULES. Broadway Baby wants to know more. 

Going To Space: Macaroni on a Hotdog

Going To Space: Macaroni on a Hotdog

What do you do after a wedding dress impulse buy? Sandra Thomas wrote a show to justify the expense. 

Going To Space: Kitty's Bound For Broadway

Going To Space: Kitty's Bound For Broadway

Kitty's bound for Broadway, baby! We chat to Kerry Miller, the woman behind this one-woman show. It promises to be lighthearted, entertaining and musical. We find out more! 

Going To Space: Tension Square

Going To Space: Tension Square

Broadway Baby talks to Tension Square. 

Going To Space: Follow/Unfollow

Going To Space: Follow/Unfollow

Follow/Unfollow explores internet fame and the rise of the vlogger. Broadway Baby investigates. 

Going To Space: Tissue

Going To Space: Tissue

Tissue is a about cancer - something that will affect most, if not all, of us in some way. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: Dog Play Dead

Going To Space: Dog Play Dead

Broadway Baby chats to Gemma Wilson and Anna Thomas-Jones from The Well-Behaved Women about their upcoming show Dog Play Dead. 

Going To Space: The Norman Conquests

Going To Space: The Norman Conquests

Broadway Baby talks to Stephanie Biggs about The Norman Conquests! 

Going To Space: Labyrinth

Going To Space: Labyrinth

Labyrinth is a theatrical mashup of three Greek myths. Broadway Baby investigates. 

Going To Space: Sanctuary

Going To Space: Sanctuary

Broadway Baby talks to Susanne Sulby, the writer of Sanctuary, a show dealing with the impact of war on women. 

Going To Space: Giving Up The Ghost

Going To Space: Giving Up The Ghost

Broadway Baby chats to Butterfly with a Bomb Productions, who are bringing the supernatural Giving Up The Ghost to EdFringe '15. 

Going To Space: One Above

Going To Space: One Above

Broadway Baby and PALP have a chat about One Above. 

Going To Space: The State of Concrete

Going To Space: The State of Concrete

Broadway Baby talks to the talent behind The State of Concrete, a show exploring the stereotypes and exceptions to the rule in modern council estates. 

Going To Space: Real Life Becomes a Rumour

Going To Space: Real Life Becomes a Rumour

Real Life Becomes a Rumour asks what three people have really done in their lives. We investigate.  

Going To Space: Notflix

Going To Space: Notflix

Broadway Baby chats to Notflix. 

Going To Space: Fiesta de los Muertos

Going To Space: Fiesta de los Muertos

Today Broadway Baby talks to the talent behind Fiesta de los Muertos. 

Going To Space: After We Danced

Going To Space: After We Danced

After We Danced is a story about love, mystery and tragedy bundled up into one neat package. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: Flight Lessons

Going To Space: Flight Lessons

Flight Lessons is a new piece of South African theatre, having taken Jermyn Street Theatre by storm. Broadway Baby investigates. 

Going To Space: Classically Chilled Piano

Going To Space: Classically Chilled Piano

Broadway Baby talks to Rich Batsford, the pianist behind the keys in Classically Chilled Piano. 

Going To Space: Accidental Death of An Anarchist

Going To Space: Accidental Death of An Anarchist

Accidental Death of An Anarchist is being brought to Edinburgh this year by The Hoghead Theatre Company. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: The Wolves of Willoughby Chase

Going To Space: The Wolves of Willoughby Chase

Broadway Baby talks to the young talent behind The Wolves of Willoughby Chase. 

Going To Space: The Dolphin Hotel

Going To Space: The Dolphin Hotel

Thread Theatre talk to us about The Dolphin Hotel: a show tackling the subject of sex trafficking while remaining funny and thought provoking. 

Going To Space: A Little Respect

Going To Space: A Little Respect

Broadway Baby talks to Hungry Wolf Visionary Youth Theatre about their upcoming show, A Little Respect. 

Going To Space: Kind Hearts and Cormorants

Going To Space: Kind Hearts and Cormorants

Broadway Baby and Flightless Birds, the hodgepodge group of students behind Kind Hearts and Cormorants have a little chat about their show. 

LOST & Found: A Musical Revue

LOST & Found: A Musical Revue

LOST & Found: A Musical Revue at LOST Theatre promises to be a one-night-only mash up of gender stereotypes in musical theatre. 

Going To Space: Sweet Nothings: Unwrapped

Going To Space: Sweet Nothings: Unwrapped

Broadway Baby talks to Exeter's sassiest all-female a cappella group! 

Going To Space: Free For All

Going To Space: Free For All

Have a thing for iambic pentameter and ghosts of politician's past? Then this might be the show for you! Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: Since Maggie Went Away

Going To Space: Since Maggie Went Away

Broadway Baby learns more about Since Maggie Went Away. 

Going To Space: Sweetness and Light

Going To Space: Sweetness and Light

Broadway Baby talks to Sweetness and Light. 

Going To Space: Plain English

Going To Space: Plain English

Broadway Baby talks to Terry Burns, the man behind the one-man show Plain English. 

Going To Space: Ozymandias

Going To Space: Ozymandias

Ozymandias is a mish-mash of the historical and literary Ozymandias. Broadway Baby has a chat. 

Going To Space: HAPPY GIRL

Going To Space: HAPPY GIRL

HAPPY GIRL takes a look at sexism and inequality amongst teen girls. Broadway Baby investigates. 

Going To Space: AVICIDE

Going To Space: AVICIDE

AVICIDE looks at the person behind the label. Broadway Baby has a little chat. 

Going To Space: Wild Bill: Sonnet of a Bardsterd

Going To Space: Wild Bill: Sonnet of a Bardsterd

Enter the world of Wild Bill: Sonnet of a Bardsterd! Shakespeare as you've never seen him. Broadway Baby investigates.  

Going To Space: Odd Shaped Balls

Going To Space: Odd Shaped Balls

Odd Shaped Balls is a show that tackles homophobia in sport. Broadway Baby talks to Ellie Claughton to learn more. 

Going To Space: Normal Is An Illusion

Going To Space: Normal Is An Illusion

Normal Is An Illusion delves into the depths of the human mind. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: Luca Wu & Reverse Context Live!

Going To Space: Luca Wu & Reverse Context Live!

Broadway Baby and Luca Wu have a chat about his upcoming show. 

Going To Space: Doctor Marigold's Prescriptions

Going To Space: Doctor Marigold's Prescriptions

Broadway Baby talks to Ian Pearce, the man behind this retelling of Dickens' little-known Doctor Marigold's Prescriptions. 

Going To Space: Block

Going To Space: Block

Broadway Baby and Duncan Ellis, director of Block, have a little chat. 

Going To Space: H.P Lovecraft's The Statement of Randolph Carter

Going To Space: H.P Lovecraft's The Statement of Randolph Carter

The Statement of Randolph Carter promises to whisk you away for an hour. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: The Graduettes

Going To Space: The Graduettes

Broadway Baby talks to Sean Wilkie of The Graduettes. 

Going To Space: Iolita

Going To Space: Iolita

Broadway Baby chats to the talent behind Iolite. 

Going To Space: Bench

Going To Space: Bench

The humble bench. Sturdy furniture, or something more? Broadway Baby wants to know more. 

Going To Space: The Heist

Going To Space: The Heist

The Heist promises to be comedy horror - "Corror". Broadway Baby was intrigued, so we set out to learn more. 

Going To Space: The Main Yvette

Going To Space: The Main Yvette

Good Punch is bringing The Main Yvette to EdFringe this year. Broadway Baby finds out more. 

Going To Space: Consumption

Going To Space: Consumption

Broadway Baby talks to Joanne Griffiths, part of the team bringing Consumption to EdFringe '15. 

Going To Space: Jane And Lizzy

Going To Space: Jane And Lizzy

BB talks to the talent behind Jane and Lizzy, a reinterpretation of Pride and Prejudice with a comical twist. 

Going To Space: Captain Of The Lost Waves - 'Unsolved Mysteries'

Going To Space: Captain Of The Lost Waves - 'Unsolved Mysteries'

Meet The Captain! A vaudevillian space detective! Broadway Baby asks why. 

Going To Space: Farewell, My Concubine - The Movement of the Martyr

Going To Space: Farewell, My Concubine - The Movement of the Martyr

Broadway Baby chats to the talent behind Farewell, My Concubine - The Movement of the Martyr, a show that incorporates "martial dance", a fascinating mix of martial arts and modern dance. 

Going To Space: Supertown

Going To Space: Supertown

Supertown, a town beset by supervillains and home to superheroes. Do you need super powers to be a superhero? Broadway Baby finds out. 

Going To Space: A Traffic Jam on Sycamore Street

Going To Space: A Traffic Jam on Sycamore Street

Broadway Baby chats to the absurdists behind A Traffic Jam on Sycamore Street. 

Going To Space: Re:member

Going To Space: Re:member

Re:member, a show that questions memory through form, structure and movement. Broadway Baby wants to know more. 

Going To Space: Life Jim (But not as we know it)

Going To Space: Life Jim (But not as we know it)

Rob Grace and BB are having a little chinwag about Life Jim (But not as we know it), a comedy sketch show incorporating pre-filmed tidbits. 

Going To Space: Frame Narrative

Going To Space: Frame Narrative

Broadway Baby, Victoria Bastable and Rosalie Falla talk about Frame Narrative, a comedy exploring the person behind the painting. 

Going To Space: Fifty Shades of Fizzgog

Going To Space: Fifty Shades of Fizzgog

Dancing grannies galore! Broadway Baby has a little chat with 50 Shades of Fizzgog. 

Going To Space: Flamin' Dames

Going To Space: Flamin' Dames

Broadway Baby is talking to a couple of spicy, camp ladies about their upcoming show Flamin' Dames. 

Going To Space: Pick N Mixx

Going To Space: Pick N Mixx

Broadway Baby is having a little chat with Louisa Lorey, "a top heavy heterosexual actress" and her partner in crime, "chubby homosexual writer" Geraint Jones. 

Going To Space: The King of Monte Cristo

Going To Space: The King of Monte Cristo

The King of Monte Cristo will explore the nature of theatre through theatre. Broadway Baby has a little chat to find out more. 

Going To Space: Generation Y

Going To Space: Generation Y

Broadway Baby is chatting to Mark Donald, proudly representing Generation Y. 

Going To Space: Tumbling After

Going To Space: Tumbling After

Broadway Baby is chatting to Kate Goodfellow of RedBellyBlack and the show she is bringing to Ed Fringe, Tumbling After. 

Going To Space: The Colours of Kenny Roach

Going To Space: The Colours of Kenny Roach

Broadway Baby is delighted to chat with Lisa Stenhouse, Artistic Director for PepperMint muse about The Colours of Kenny Roach. 

Going To Space: Heart of Darkness

Going To Space: Heart of Darkness

We're talking to Hannah Edwards of Scandal And Gallows Theatre, who are a bringing a one man staging of Heart of Darkness, a show that deals with the harrowing underside of savage European colonialism... 

Going To Space: Elsa Jean McTaggart AKA THE MERCENARY FIDDLER

Going To Space: Elsa Jean McTaggart AKA THE MERCENARY FIDDLER

We're having a chat with Gary, who alongside Elsa Jean McTaggart is bringing The Mercenary Fiddler to Fringe 15! 

Going To Space: The Shambles

Going To Space: The Shambles

Max Adams, producer of Duck Productions talks to us about The Shambles, a shambolic comedy troupe once again gracing the stage this Ed Fringe. 

Going To Space: Titus Andronicus

Going To Space: Titus Andronicus

Broadway Baby has a chat with Georgia Harris, creative director of Tripped Theatre Company. This year they will be taking on Shakespeare's bloodiest play with an updated script. 

Going To Space: The Jäger Maestros Oompah Band

Going To Space: The Jäger Maestros Oompah Band

Broadway Baby is talking to Chris Haigh of the The Jäger Maestros, an oompah band that promises to have crowds laughing, drinking and bouncing.  

Going To Space: Buckle Up

Going To Space: Buckle Up

In the first of a new feature for 2015, we talk to companies attending The Edinburgh Fringe with theSpaceUK. First off the block is Buckle Up Theatre with their aviation based comedy at the new SpaceTriplex venue! 

Going To Space: The Black Hoods Cabaret

Going To Space: The Black Hoods Cabaret

Broadway Baby talks to Rebecca O'Brien, joint artistic director of Knuckle and Joint about their upcoming show The Black Hoods Cabaret, which promises adult humour, puppet murder and puppet nudity!