Read From The Box Office's review of The Wonderful World of Disney On Ice, which is currently touring the U.K. This sensational production is a treat for children and parents alike!
Jon Brittain takes the extraordinary and makes it seem both ordinary and spellbinding in Rotterdam, a play tackling challenging issues of identity head on with wit, humour and a script that dances off the page.
Could the Palace Theatre be seeing the end of Press Nights as we know them? There are a month of previews, but already the internet is ablaze with comments from audience members, soundbites and buzz from the Part One of the hottest ticket in the West End: Harry Potter & The Cursed Child. So what are... Continue Reading →
Following a hugely successful run at the National Theatre, Headlong Theatre’s gritty, bleak and darkly funny tale of addiction and redemption as seen through the eyes of actress Emma has now moved to the Wyndham’s Theatre. The reviews are in - so what did the critics think of the show’s West End transfer? Chris Bennion... Continue Reading →
Following a dazzling Press Night on Tuesday 8th March 2016 in the presence of soul legend Smokey Robinson and Mr Motown himself Berry Gordy, the reviews are in! So what did the critics think of the show? Britishtheatre.com's Douglas Mayo called Motown: "a joyous, exuberant celebration of life, of challenge and ultimately of success." Read... Continue Reading →
It’s London, 1937, and recently widowed Laura Henderson just bought a theatre. Mrs Henderson Presents premiered in 2015 at the Theatre Royal Bath and now transfers to the West End’s Noel Coward Theatre. I snuck in during London previews a few days before press night to see if everything was tickety-boo. Everything starts out just... Continue Reading →
I approached Grey Gardens aware of its 10 Tony Award nominations. That it has taken 10 years to find a London home was a concern. Would this tale of two frankly batty old American socialites fallen into squalor on a Long Island estate in the East Hamptons even make sense to a British audience? I’m... Continue Reading →
“One sees something new every time one looks at truly beautiful things.” There is a crackle of electricity as the house lights dim in the Noel Coward Theatre. London has waited 16 years for the return of one of the greatest stars of Hollywood’s nineties and noughties. This Oscar Winning Best Actress has that rarest... Continue Reading →