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Mamma Mia! The Party, The O2

ABBA mania shows no signs of abating. Following the Mamma Mia! stage musical and two movies, here we go again with Mamma Mia! The Party – a hybrid musical theatre/dinner/nightclub experience. London is the first place outside of Sweden to host it, with plans … Continue reading

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Travelling to London’s South Bank: Transport and Navigation Tips

Advice on travelling to theatres in and around the South Bank, including the National and Shakespeare’s Globe. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here

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BWW Interview: Emma Brunjes

The producer on sampling worm salt and creating new immersive dining experience DINNER AT THE TWITS. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here

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Alice’s Adventures Underground, The Vaults

The 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s seminal novel has inspired a raft of commemorative works, from Damon Albarn and Moira Buffini’s musical Wonder.land to Holland Park opera and Glastonbury’s surrealist haven; Disney’s film sequel arrives next year. Les Enfants Terribles’ … Continue reading

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The Railway Children, King’s Cross Theatre

Disillusioned with our modern world? Why not journey back into an idyllic past, when trains were benign, anthropomorphic creatures rather than sources of commuter angst, red petticoats held life-saving powers, and it was perfectly all right for children to accept … Continue reading

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