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Search Results for: Ian Foster

Total posts found for "Ian Foster" — 9
25th Aug 2016
Little Shop of Horrors

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Sell A Door Theatre Company have built quite the reputation for touring plays and musicals the length and breadth of the UK. That reputation will surely only grow with this...

02nd Sep 2015

FLARE PATH – Richmond Theatre, London.

One of the unexpected highlights in the raft of productions that marked Terence Rattigan’s centenary year in 2011 was Trevor Nunn’s Flare Path at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Previously unheralded,...

12th Dec 2014

CATS – London Palladium, London.

Taking your seat in the Palladium to see the musical theatre behemoth that is Cats – now 33 years old and receiving a 12 week revival here in one of...

19th Mar 2015

CALAMITY JANE – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Those who remember the 1953 film version of Calamity Jane will recall Doris Day’s gloriously on-point portrayal of the title character. If you’re looking for a replica of that performance...

01st Sep 2014
Autobahn, King's Head Theatre, London

AUTOBAHN – The King’s Head Theatre, London.

The acerbic pen of acclaimed American playwright Neil LaBute is the source for a collection of 7 car-centred bittersweet vignettes filled with recrimination, defiance and denial. Originally written in 2003...

13th Sep 2013

CHEESE – 29 – 31 Oxford Street, London

There is a fairly classic business book that concerns itself with cheese in a maze that suddenly isn’t there anymore. It’s all about change and adapting to change, and even...

27th Aug 2013
trolleys, c-12 dance theatre

TROLLEYS – St Albans Market Place, Hertfordshire.

Aiming to create a bridge between Theatre and dance, C-12 Dance Theatre has produced Trolleys – an innovative mix of ballet and contemporary. Since forming in 2005, C-12’s distinctive productions...

11th Jun 2013

MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG – Harold Pinter Theatre, London.

To paraphrase Julie Andrews, let’s start at the very end, a very good place to start. Composer Franklin Shepard is the toast of Hollywood, but the collateral damage of his...

26th Mar 2013
Darling of the Day, The Union Theatre, London, BargainTheatreland Review


Jule Styne’s Darling of the Day receives its London première at The Union Theatre this spring and though having only run for 31 performances on Broadway in 1968, this musical...