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See West End shows based on true stories

From Straight Line Crazy to Jersey Boys and The 47th. Read my full London Theatre article here

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West End shows to see for Mother’s Day

From Mamma Mia! to Matilda and Pretty Woman. Read my full London Theatre article here

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West End musicals that celebrate great musicians and pop music

From the new Bob Marley musical to the return of Jersey Boys. Read my full London Theatre article here

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Jersey Boys, Trafalgar Theatre

The gorgeously revamped Trafalgar Theatre (formerly Trafalgar Studios) christens its new auditorium with an old favourite: 2005 biographical jukebox musical Jersey Boys, which last ran in the West End from 2008-2017.  Read my full London Theatre review here

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Why we return to long-running shows

BroadwayWorld reviewers reflects on their experiences and share their all-time favourites. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here

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Strictly Speaking: Week 11

Perhaps this is an unfashionable stance in the “tired of experts” era, but for me Strictly’s Musicals Week highlighted a more general issue with this series: we’ve had too much of our ballroom dancers attempting other styles, rather than their … Continue reading

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BWW Interview: Ryan Molloy

The actor and musician talks karting with Simon Cowell, Amy Winehouse and new rock musical 27. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here

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Swinging Sixties

If you didn’t know the Kinks hailed from Muswell Hill, you certainly will by the end of the Hampstead Theatre’s first musical, which basks in the glory of the local boys made good. It’s also an apt venue in which … Continue reading

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