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25th Aug 2015

WILLEMIJN VERKAIK IN CONCERT – Ambassadors Theatre, London.

I’m a sucker for a belter. And after hearing such sensational things about Willemijn Verkaik’s record-breaking turn as Elphaba in Wicked (and watching a couple of sneaky bootlegs on YouTube)...

23rd Aug 2015

OUR HOUSE – Union Theatre

Early on in this fringe revival of Madness’s warm-hearted jukebox musical Our House, concerns arrive with a klaxon that this might be an outing as badly wired as the automobile chronicled in the...

06th Aug 2015

THE GRAND HOTEL – Southwark Playhouse, London.

The Grand Hotel is a classic example of a Broadway show that has never really succeeded in making a long-term mark here in the UK. Other than a very short...

29th Jul 2015

THE SPITFIRE GRILL – The Union Theatre, London.

The Union Theatre is fast becoming the go-to fringe venue for quality productions, and Alastair Knights’ The Spitfire Grill ensures this pattern continues. The Spitfire Grill boasts a plethora of...

08th Jul 2015


The House of Mirrors and Hearts is a melancholy, atmospheric quiet thriller of a musical exploring the strained relationships within a family shattered by tragedy. Eamonn O’Dwyer and Rob Gilbert...

20th Jun 2015

THE BAKER’S WIFE – Drayton Arms Theatre, London.

The Baker’s Wife, directed by Marc Kelly, is a quaint and whimsical look at how life in a sleepy rural French village can be altered by the smallest of events....

16th Jun 2015

JUDY: THE SONGBOOK OF JUDY GARLAND – New Wimbledon Theatre, London

Judy: The Songbook of Judy Garland is a musical revue of all the classic songs you would recognise Garland for, and then some. With highlights such as ‘The Trolley Song’...

12th Jun 2015

FACE THE MUSIC – Ye Olde Rose & Crown Theatre Pub, London.

With live music, good singing, even better dancing and an overall upbeat atmosphere set against the backdrop of the American depression, Face The Music delivers on all fronts. Face The...

01st Jun 2015

THE CLOCKMAKER’S DAUGHTER – The Landor Theatre, London.

The Clockmaker’s Daughter is a traditional fairytale. The story is simple, with a clear moral message and an element of fantasy. Despite honouring tradition, in many ways The Clockmaker’s Daughter...

16th May 2015

JERRY’S GIRLS – Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

Jerry Herman has written some of musical Theatre’s most iconic shows: Hello, Dolly! La Cage aux Folles and Mame.  Within these works are some of the most quintessential show tunes:...

16th May 2015

AVENUE Q – Greenwich Theatre, London.

Tony Award winning musical Avenue Q is the perfect tonic to a miserable rainy evening. Sell A Door Theatre Company’s latest UK Tour, directed by Cressida Carré, is as strong...

12th May 2015

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...