NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Doctor Zhivago

Lambert Jackson Productions have announced full casting for Doctor Zhivago – The UK Concert Première, which will taking place at the Cadogan Hall on the 1st September. Joining the previously announced Ramin Karimloo (Yurii Andreyevich Zhivago) and Celinde Schoenmaker (Lara Guishar) in the UK premiere concert production will be: Rhys Bailey (Young Yurii, Sasha), Maisey Bawden (Olya), Graham Hoadly (Alexander Gromeko) ,Isabella Djuve-Wood (Young… Read More

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Five Reasons to See..Doctor Zhivago

The 2011 musical version based on Boris Pasternak’s 1957 novel is heading to the Cadogan Hall for two performances only on the 1st September. Emma Clarendon attended the launch at the Theatre Cafe on Sunday – here’s why we think you should book tickets… Lucy Simon’s score and lyrics by Michael Korie and Amy Powers:… Read More

NEWS: Lambert Jackson Productions Announce UK Premiere of Doctor Zhivago

This UK premiere concert will take place at Cadogan Hall on the 1st September. Based on the classic Nobel Prize-winning novel by Boris Pasternak, Doctor Zhivago has been written for the stage by Academy Award nominee Michael Weller (Ragtime) and features music by two-time Grammy Award winner and Tony Award nominee Lucy Simon, with lyrics by Tony Award nominee Michael… Read More

Review Round Up: The Light in the Piazza, Royal Festival Hall

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the UK premiere of Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas’s musical. Time Out: ** “Still, these lyrical passages aren’t matched by this production’s clumsy staging: the substantial plaster bum of a Roman statue looms over a dated-feeling curve of Florentine scenery, which feels strangely cramped in Southbank… Read More

NEWS: Further Casting Announced for The Light in the Piazza

The musical will play for a limited run at the Royal Festival Hall  from the 14th June. Joining the previously announced Renée Fleming and Dove Cameron, the production directed by  Olivier award-winner, Daniel Evans is also set to star: Rob Houchen,Celinde Schoenmaker, Liam Tamne, Marie McLaughlin and Malcolm Sinclair. Casting for the role of Signor Naccarelli, Fabrizio’s father has yet to be announced. Meanwhile, the company will also include  Matthew Woodyatt,… Read More

REVIEW: West End Women, Cadogan Hall

Lambert Jackson Productions brought together powerful female voices for this stunning concert.  Following on from their successful concert There is Nothing Like a Dame, Lambert Jackson Productions continues to be inspired by female West End performers. Their latest offering showcasing the variety of talent that can be found on the West End stage – this time in the form of Rachel John, Lauren Samuels and Celinde… Read More

REVIEW: Camelot, London Musical Theatre Orchestra, London Palladium

As well as marking Alan Jay Lerner’s centenary, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s concert production of Camelot brought the musical back to the capital for the first time in thirty years.    Based on T.H. White’s The Once and Future King, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s musical Camelot tells the story of King Arthur… Read More

REVIEW: State Fair, London Musical Theatre Orchestra, Cadogan Hall

The London Musical Theatre Orchestra make the Rodgers and Hammerstein score fly with the help of a strong leading cast.  It seems to be the year for reviving Rodgers and Hammerstein’s work. Earlier this year audiences were treated to their forgotten show Allegro at the Southwark Playhouse and now the London Musical Theatre Orchestra have… Read More

NEWS: London Musical Theatre Orchestra to Perform UK Debut Roger and Hammerstein’s State Fair

Roger and Hammerstein’s State Fair will be performed on the London stage for the first time by the London Musical Theatre Orchestra and a host of stars from the West End stage. Having officially launched in June this year, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra will present State Fair at the Cadogan Hall on the 6th… Read More

REVIEW: The Phantom of the Opera: 30th Anniversary Gala, Her Majesty’s Theatre

Romantic, gothic and lavish it is no real surprise that Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical has lasted so long.  From the second the overture starts up, all the way through to the dramatic and powerful finale (made all the more special at this 30th Anniversary gala), the music and the quality of the performances make Phantom… Read More