NEWS: The Shows Must Go On! Series Returns

The return of the popular series on Youtube will begin with showing the 30th Anniversary touring production of Fame the Musical. This Friday 25th September, The Shows Must Go On will return to Youtube to present screenings as part of ‘The Greats on Tour’ season. The newly announced season will include: Fame the Musical, Michael… Read More

NEWS: Live Streamed Concert Spotlight on the Future Live! Announced

West End stars will team up with 2020 musical theatre graduates and Britain’s Got Talent Alumni for a special charity concert. Recorded and streamed live online between the 6th to the 9th November to raise money or Make A Wish Foundation, Acting For Others, Stop Hate UK and Lebanon Red Cross, the concert will feature… Read More

Review Round Up: Tantra: Enlightenment to Revolution, British Museum

The British Museum’s latest exhibition explores the way in which Tantra has been linked to successive waves of revolutionary thought, from its transformation of Hinduism and Buddhism, to the Indian fight for independence and the rise of 1960s counterculture. Here’s what critics have had to say about it… Evening Standard: *** “It would require a… Read More

NEWS: Phoenix Arts Club Announce Autumn Season

The Phoenix Arts Club has confirmed details of its Autumn season of socially distanced shows following on from a successful crowdfunding campaign which has so far raised £2.161 of their £100,000 target. The Crowdfunder, was launched to become a CIC (community interest company); exists primarily to benefit a community and with a view to pursuing… Read More

Review Round Up: Pippin, The Garden Theatre

We round up the reviews for Steven Dexter’s production of the musical, now playing at the Garden Theatre in Vauxhall. WhatsOnStage: *** “In a time when most venues are closed, lights are dimmed and artists are out of work – a chance to revisit where Schwartz’s musical first started before it became a big, bombastic… Read More

NEWS: In the Wings to Return for Series Two on the 25th September

Following a successful first series, the online celebration of new musicals whose runs were postponed due to the pandemic will return later this month. For this second series, Composer and lyricist Robert J. Sherman (Love Birds, Bumblescratch, A Spoonful of Sherman) will interview a creative from each of the shows on each episode, discussing the cancelled… Read More

NEWS: Rose Theatre to Reopen with ‘Return to the Rose’ Season

The theatre in Kingston has unveiled details of its reopening season, as it prepares to open its doors for the first time since lockdown. Opening its doors to the public on the 28th October, the Rose Theatre has announced a special ‘Return to the Rose Season’, that will adhere to robust risk mitigation processes and… Read More

REVIEW: The Devil’s Due by Bonnie MacBird

Bonnie MacBird’s third Sherlock Holmes novel is thrilling and filled with immense detail that will impress fans of the legendary detective. Filled with danger, intrigue and more than one villainous character to look out for, The Devil’s Due is a thrilling new Sherlock Holmes adventure that effectively immerses the reader into his world. Set in… Read More

Tickets On Sale: Sunday 20th September 2020

Here’s a guide to some of the shows available to book tickets for at the moment… Six the Musical, Lyric Theatre: with Nimax Theatre’s announcing it will be reopening its six London Theatres, it has been confirmed that the hit musical will be taking over the Lyric Theatre from November. Telling the story of Henry… Read More

REVIEW: The Seth Concert Series With Karen Olivo

Overcoming massive technical problems, this latest concert in the series is as richly diverse musically as well as being entertaining from start to finish. From In the Heights to West Side Story and more recently Moulin Rouge, Karen Olivo has certainly starred in many of the most beloved musicals on Broadway – but as this… Read More