Here’s a guide to some of our most popular reads of the week for a bit of end of the week reading!
Review of Cluedo, New Victoria Theatre: this week saw us paying a long over due return visit to the New Victoria Theatre in Woking to catch this hilariously fun show based on the classic board game. With plenty of twists and turns along the way – there is definitely something for everyone in this show!
Interview with Calum Finlay: we chatted to Calum about starring in Bloody Difficult Women – the new play from Tim Walker – at the Riverside Studios which began performances this week.
Review round up for But I’m a Cheerleader at the Turbine Theatre: this week saw the official opening of this musical based on the cult film – we have rounded up what the critics made of it.
Review round up of The Collaboration at the Young Vic Theatre: meanwhile, over at the Young Vic Theatre, the press performance for Anthony McCarten’s new play starring Paul Bettany and Jeremy Pope recounting a meeting between Andy Warhol and Basquiat. We rounded up what critics had to say about this world premiere production.
Love London Love Culture’s Show Picks of the week: Monday 21st February: we picked a selection of shows that you must see in the West End – with some great offers available thanks to it being Theatre Week!
News: Jean Paul Gaultier‘s Fashion Freak Show to play at the Roundhouse: it was announced this week that Fashion Freak Show will be heading to London this Summer for a limited season from the 15th July.
News: Frances Mayli McCann and Jordan Luke Gage to star in the West End premiere of Bonnie and Clyde the Musical: with plenty of theatre announcements this week, it was eciting to find out who will be taking on the title roles in this production, which will begin performances at the Arts Theatre on the 9th April. Frances Mayli McCann and Jordan Luke Gage join the previously announced George Maguire and Natalie McQueen in the musical, directed by Nick Winston.
Review of Les Miserables, Sondheim Theatre: it may have taken us a while to get around to seeing it but Les Miserables was certainly worth the wait! Check out what we thought of it by reading our full review!
New casting announced for The Great Gatsby announced: in more casting news, there will be a change of cast coming up for this long-running immersive The Great Gatsby experience. Find out who is joining the production….
Initial casting announced for Bartlett Sher’s production of My Fair Lady: as My Fair Lady is one of our absolute favourite musicals, it was exciting to hear initial casting being confirmed for this revival of the musical (last seen in London 21 years ago!) which will play for a limited season over the Summer at the London Coliseum.