Exclusive interview with Kerry Ellis on Cabaret All Stars at Proud Embankment

From this October, Proud Embankment’s sell-out show Cabaret All Stars welcomes the West End’s favourite leading lady, multi-award-winning Kerry Ellis. Kerry will headline this circus-cabaret spectacular every Friday in October and November alongside its show-stopping International Cirque de Soleil acts.  At From The Box Office, we were lucky enough to get an exclusive interview with... Continue Reading →

Happy International Women’s Day!

This year we've teamed up with Tina - The Tina Turner Musical and Wicked to talk to the cast members and production teams about the importance of the day itself and the progress of women in theatre. Check out our exclusive quickfire interviews!

Love, Faith & The Meaning Of Life…

Astronaut John Spartan has finally made it into space...only it's not all he hoped for. We set off at warp speed in pursuit of Summer Nights In Space writer Henry Carpenter armed with just a phaser set to stun and a deep love of Science Fiction Musical Theatre.

Repeat Attenders: Theatre’s Superfans

Mark Dooley is an Australian Film & TV Producer who has worked on shows ranging from I'm A Celebrity to Gogglebox. Mark’s new documentary, Repeat Attenders, delves deep in to the world of Musical Theatre Superfans: fans who take theatregoing to a whole new level. Hi Mark. We know that you’ve worked extensively in TV... Continue Reading →

Ian Foster: Theatre Blogger Q&A

In the latest of our interviews with the UK’s top theatre bloggers, we asked Ian Foster who writes the excellent oughttobeclowns blog to share his thoughts on blogging for theatre. Ian’s blog includes Top Ten play listings and live links to reviews stretching back as far as 2009, oughttobecown's own “Best” Theatre Awards (and it’s a fascinating set) and, most... Continue Reading →

The Go-Between: The Making of a Musical

If you've ever wondered how a West End Musical makes the leap from the page to the stage, then you'll love our interview with Olivier Award winning writer, David Wood. From Goodnight Mister Tom to Fantastic Mr Fox, David's career writing & adapting for Theatre and Children's Literature spans six decades. His latest show, The Go-Between opens next week at the Apollo Theatre starring... Continue Reading →

Matt Trueman: Theatre Blogger Q&A

Ever thought about writing a theatre blog? In the past, we've chatted with top bloggers Mark Shenton and Libby Purves OBE about how they got started. Now, Matt Trueman, regular contributor to The Guardian, New Statesman, Time Out and The Stage has agreed to share his insider tips with us!   How bloggers get started?... Continue Reading →

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