NEWS: Outdoor Music Festival to Take Place at St James’s Church

The first festival will take place on the 1st August from 2pm. St James’s Church Piccadilly and Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir will be welcoming people of all backgrounds to offer an afternoon of free gospel and soul music, spoken word poetry provided by Lyrix Organix and story-telling. Taking place from 2pm on the 1st August,… Read More

NEWS: Weekend Recovery Release New Single YEAH!?

The new single is from the band’s latest album False Company. Having formed in 2017, Weekend Recovery have now released their second single from their latest album False Company – having just completed a sold-out tour in June. Through their music, the band brings together rock guitar riffs, pounding drums and plenty of vocal hooks… Read More

REVIEW: Young Frankenstein, Original London Cast Recording

This lively and entertaining cast recording of the musical vividly brings the story to life. To take a film and transform it into a musical is no easy thing to do but Mel Brooks has certainly managed to apply his trademark sense of humour and give Young Frankenstein a new lease of life by making… Read More

NEWS: New Trailer Released for Mary J.Blige’s Documentary My Life

The new documentary about the singer is set to be released through Amazon Prime Video on the 25th June. A brand new trailer has been released for the documentary that sees the nine-time Grammy-winning recording artist and Academy Award nominated singer and actress reflecting on the making of her 1994 album My Life. The album,… Read More

REVIEW: Black Widows The Musical, Concept Album

Created during lockdown and prompted by the increase of domestic abuse incidents, this fascinating and engaging concept album shows the potential of this new musical. When you think of women in prison and musicals, of course you naturally think of Kander and Ebb’s Chicago – but now there is a new (and in many aspects… Read More

REVIEW: Monday Night at the Apollo, Apollo Theatre

The first of three concerts felt like a joyful celebration of the return of theatre but also being able to be part of an audience again. Music and warm (and on occasion naughty) conversation, Monday Night at the Apollo was a real chance to celebrate and enjoy the fact that theatres are reopening and the… Read More

REVIEW: The Callaway Sisters: Side By Side (Online Concert)

This lovely and heartwarming concert reunites the Tony-nominated sisters with some wonderful performances of classic songs. There is something special (particularly now) in seeing the joy and warmth of families being reunited as the world slowly begins to reopen again – and this is what is celebrated in Ann Hampton Callaway and Liz Callaway’s virtual… Read More

REVIEW: We Are More Than One by Michael Ball

This new album from the actor and singer features a selection of songs that really perfectly capture the spirit of the last year. If you need a singer whose music is always comforting to listen to then Michael Ball is certainly a performer who always springs to mind. While musically he doesn’t always push his… Read More

REVIEW: There Will Be Light, Online Concert Fundraiser

This special concert helping to raise money for Acting for Others, features a carefully curated collection of songs that reflects the last year perfectly. Hosted and created by Sarah Drake, this concert offers a perfect opportunity to reflect on the last year through a selection of diverse songs but with a message of hope right… Read More

NEWS: Andrew Lloyd Webber Records New Album With 81 Piece Orchestra

The new album, set to be released in June, is a recording of three symphonic suites from his best known musicals. This newly announced album is the first live performance to take place at the newly refurbished Theatre Royal Drury Lane, following Lloyd Webber’s LW Theatres’ two year, £60 million total restoration. Titled Andrew Lloyd… Read More