Today marks #WorldTheatreDay and while this year's festivities can't involve a trip to see a West End show, there are still plenty of ways that you can celebrate your love of theatre...
With evermore shows opening and closing with the drop of a hat on London's glitzy West End, what is it about the select few productions that have cemented them in the edifice of theatre? Read on and find out.
Les Mis London just announced a new cast starting on June 12: just in time for you to get in a little revolution this summer!(Though if they’d pushed it back a week earlier, the new cast could have officially stepped in on Barricade Day, just saying….) Major cast changes include Killian Donnelly as Jean Valjean,... Continue Reading →
When we asked you to vote for Theatre’s greatest tearjerkers we were stunned by the results! Shows we expected to make the top ten didn’t get a look in while Musicals which hadn’t been in the West End in years gave the big names a close run for the top spot. So which shows made... Continue Reading →
This week we met the enchanting Gemma Sutton who has been wowing audiences in hit West End show Gyspy as Rose’s daughter June and now takes over from Lara Pulver in the role of Louise, a character who undergoes a chrysalis-like transformation to become the complex and eponymous Gypsy. There's still time to catch Chichester... Continue Reading →
We all love a good gossip, and few women have their finger more firmly on the pulse of Theatreland than top-blogger and all-round glamourpuss West End Wilma. So what of the lady behind the teapot? Join us for an exclusive peek through Wilma's stage door! Hi Wilma. It's a tremendous honour to meet you -... Continue Reading →
On 8th October 2015, the London Production of Les Miserables celebrated its 30th anniversary. Here's our light-hearted look at this most serious-sounding of musicals... *WARNING: CONTAINS PLOT SPOILERS* The Characters Jean Valjean In England, Jean is a girl’s name: Not so in France. Despite the fact that France has strict laws on what parents may... Continue Reading →