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Total posts found for "Sondheim" — 29
19th Aug 2016
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GHOST QUARTET – Roundabout@SummerHall, Edinburgh.

It’s past 9pm and a group of four musicians take to the stage at Paines Plough’s pop-up Roundabout, to weave their spellbinding musical storytelling around the audience – filling this...

13th Feb 2016
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ROAD SHOW – Union Theatre, London.

Road Show is a fine addition to Stephen Sondheim’s musical repertoire even though it is not one of his strongest works, and this production at the Union Theatre directed by...

02nd Dec 2015
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KINGS OF BROADWAY – Palace Theatre, London.

Two and a half hours of actors, orchestra and audience celebrating three giants of musical Theatre, Alex Parker’s Kings of Broadway was the perfect way to spend a Sunday evening....

08th Jul 2015
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SIBLING REVELRY – Hippodrome Casino, London.

19 years ago, two sisters put together a slick two-hour show which would showcase their contrasting singing voices, and contain a lot of their (and their friends’) favourite songs. In...

12th May 2015
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VOTE FOR ME – London Theatre Workshop, London.

With the UK general election over and done with, you’d think that’d be enough voting for one week – but step inside the London Theatre Workshop and you’ll find Vote For...

23rd Apr 2015
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IN CONVERSATION WITH THE CREATORS OF THE CLOCKMAKER’S DAUGHTER

There is something wonderful about becoming lost in a story, but as we grow up our imaginations and our natural tendency to dream can dwindle. The Clockmaker’s Daughter, making its...

15th Apr 2015
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GYPSY – Savoy Theatre, London.

After a critically acclaimed stint in Chichester, Gypsy has rolled into the Savoy ready to take the west end by storm, and judging by the noise created around the show...

20th Jan 2015
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In Conversation With… ALASTAIR KNIGHTS

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the West End début for Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s A Little Night Music. To celebrate this momentous occasion a one-off concert version will be staged...

19th Nov 2014
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ROCK OF AGES – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Rock of Ages is the most fun you will have at the Theatre. I say this with some degree of bias having been a fan since it first opened in...

05th Nov 2014
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SWEENEY TODD – Harrington’s Pie Shop, London.

It’s not often that you’re invited to attend a production of one of the most renowned Sondheim musicals in a 30 seater, 106 year old pie shop. Tooting Arts Club...

19th Sep 2014
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SWEENEY TODD – Twickenham Theatre, London.

Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s musical masterpiece triumphs once again, this time in the intimate confines of London’s newest studio Theatre in Twickenham. Sweeney Todd has had a long history...

19th Sep 2014
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FORBIDDEN BROADWAY – Vaudeville Theatre, London.

My face hurts.  This is a good thing. I fully intended to see Forbidden Broadway when it was at The Menier Chocolate Factory earlier this summer but tickets were like gold dust....

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