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Theatre inspiration for the festive season – from panto and musicals to comedy, circus and family shows. Read my full TodayTix article here
There are plenty of seasonal treats served up in the capital this year, from pantos and plays to opera and dance. Here are some of the tastiest morsels for the 2018-19 festive period. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here
Christmas is upon us, and the capital, as usual, is serving up a veritable feast of festive offerings. Here are some of London’s finest… Read my full BroadwayWorld article here
The actors discuss the new musical version of family film Nativity!, now touring the UK. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here
From a big musical revival to starry panto, Ibsen and Matthew Bourne’s latest. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here
The actress discusses her role in Hackney Empire’s Sleeping Beauty. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here
The Forest of Arden takes many forms, but in Blanche McIntyre’s meticulously purist production, it’s strictly a state of mind – no leafy bowers in sight. Here, the unspoken can be voiced, the bounds of gender and class broken, and … Continue reading
Goodman and Charles Productions’ The Sword and the Dope enters a crowded marketplace. Improbable as it may seem, the (loosely) historical, satirical, musical extravaganza has become theatrical dynamite, largely thanks to that West End juggernaut forever associated with wartime luncheon meat. To … Continue reading