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Come From Away, Phoenix Theatre

A remarkable true story birthed this modest Canadian musical, which went on to storm Broadway in 2017, and now makes it West End debut at a time when its heartfelt message seems more necessary than ever. In these murky, cynical … Continue reading

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Come From Away leads February’s Top 10 new London shows

From a hit Canadian musical to showbiz satire and a classic sitcom reborn. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here

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An Intimate Evening with Kristin Chenoweth, London Palladium

The words “an intimate evening with” may seem at odds with the cavernous Palladium. But leave it to the pint-sized Broadway legend with the huge voice to work her magic on the space. Somehow, with just a mic and a … Continue reading

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BWW Interview: Rachel Tucker

The actress and singer discusses her first solo tour. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here

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Wicked 10th Anniversary Gala

Wicked held a special gala performance last night at the Apollo Victoria Theatre to mark 10 years in the West End – a milestone guaranteed to make many in the industry green with envy. Current stars Rachel Tucker, Suzie Mathers, … Continue reading

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Communicating Doors, Menier Chocolate Factory

Genre mixing is a perilous business. Successful hybrids use duelling forms to re-contextualise or revolutionise; others wind up fatally diluting their disparate elements. Ayckbourn’s 1994 sci fi comedy thriller – featuring, at its nadir, a farcical defenestration mistaken for a … Continue reading

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