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06th Nov 2015
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ELF THE MUSICAL – Dominion Theatre, London

Elf the film hasn’t quite achieved ‘classic’ status, in the realms of Miracle on 34th Street or Santaclaus: the Movie, but it does have a widespread cult following which is arguably...

06th Nov 2015
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THE STATIONMASTER – Tristan Bates Theatre, London.

There’s a lot to love here in The Stationmaster, and coming in as the headline musical in Aria Entertainment’s From Page to Stage new musicals series at the Tristan Bates, it’s...

23rd Oct 2015
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DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

There is glitz, glamour and razzmatazz aplenty in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Full of great songs, an excellent cast and brilliant comic timing, this is a musical full of surprises and...

14th Oct 2015
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IN THE HEIGHTS – King’s Cross Theatre, London.

With his new show Hamilton currently causing a sensation on Broadway, Lin-Manuel Miranda is the composer of the moment. With a unique blend of Musical Theatre and hip-hop, his style...

19th Sep 2015
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BETTE MIDLER AND ME – Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London.

A glance through any theatre listings page for London will lead you to a plethora of jukebox musicals, celebrating music icons through concert performances and dramatic biography or fiction.  Currently,...

19th Sep 2015
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THE WHITE FEATHER – The Union Theatre, London.

In its world premier, The White Feather, written by Ross Clark (book and music & lyrics) and directed by Andrew Keates, that follows one woman’s tireless fight to restore her...

16th Sep 2015
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USHERS: THE FRONT OF HOUSE MUSICAL – Arts Theatre, London.

Ushers: The Front of House Musical highlights a problem that plagues theatres up and down the country. Even the most sensible, level-headed person, will, upon entering a Theatre, lose their...

16th Sep 2015
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KINKY BOOTS – Adelphi Theatre, London

For those of you not in the know, Kinky Boots is based on the 2005 film of the same name, set in a modern-day Northampton shoe factory. We are introduced to Lola...

13th Sep 2015
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SEE WHAT I WANNA SEE – Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

 See What I Wanna See, directed by Adam Lenson, is based on three short stories by Japanese Writer Ryunosuke Akutagawa. A musical exploration of truth, lies and human nature, it...

08th Sep 2015
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DUSTY – Charing Cross Theatre, London.

Dusty Springfield is an icon of the music industry. In Dusty, her soulful resonant voice is brought to life in a triple dose of high-octane performance through the medium of film, 3D technology...

05th Sep 2015
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PARADE- London Theatre Workshop, London.

Parade at the London Theatre Workshop, directed by Jody Tranter, is one of those shows I have always longed to see. A compelling story, a wonderful cast and a sublime score...

29th Aug 2015
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THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE – Landor Theatre, London.

Thoroughly Modern Millie is a lot of fun. The carefree, frivolous world of New York in the 1920’s is captured wonderfully in the Landor Theatre’s latest revival, directed with pizzazz...

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