Musical Monday: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

This classic musical does seem a little bit dated and plays on stereotypes, but it doesn’t fail to win you over – no matter how reluctantly!  It has to be said, every time that you watch this musical it becomes increasingly clear how much alike the fairytale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs it is.… Read More

Shakespeare’s Globe Announces Emma Rice’s Debut Winter Season

Today the Shakespeare’s Globe confirmed Artistic Director Emma Rice’s first Winter season in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.  The Wonder Noir Winter season will run at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse from the 26th October until the 16th April 2017. This new season will open with a production of John Milton’s Comus: A Masque in Honour of Chastity ,… Read More

Sneak Peak at the Cast of Titanic in Rehearsal

Ahead of its return to London, this time at the Charing Cross Theatre, catch a glimpse of the cast in rehearsal in a brand new video released.  Running at the Charing Cross Theatre from the 28th May to the 6th August, this revival of Thom Southerland’s production marks the first production in his new programme… Read More

Review Round Up… Running Wild @Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Michael Morpurgo’s tale is brought to life in Samuel Adamson’s adaptation – but what have critics made of it?  Financial Times: *** “Samuel Adamson’s adaptation is efficient, allowing space for atmospheric sequences of choric vocalise.” Radio Times: ” As a stage production, Running Wild is beautifully realised and modulated.” The Telegraph:**** “it softened up every cynical… Read More