REVIEW: Scaramouche Jones, Ginger Quiff Media, Stream.Theatre

This fascinating monologue is powerfully delivered by Shane Richie and cleverly brought to life by all those involved. It takes an incredible amount of dedication and energy to captivate audiences from start to finish in a performance of a one-man show – but my goodness does Shane Richie manage to do this in this digital… Read More

First Look At…Scaramouche Jones

Production images have been released of Shane Ritchie in the upcoming digital production of Justin Butcher’s play. Streaming online from the 26th March until the 11th April through Stream.Theatre, Shane Richie is set to star in this new digital production of Justin Butcher’s one man show. This new revival of the show was filmed in… Read More

NEWS: Shane Richie to Star in Digital Revival of Scaramouche Jones

The new digital production of Justin Butcher’s solo show, made available to stream from the 26th March until the 11th April. It has been announced that the stage and screen star Shane Richie is set to star as the titular tragic clown in the digital revival of Justin Butcher’s solo show Scaramouche Jones, to be… Read More

REVIEW: Jack and the Beanstalk (Online)

Peter Duncan’s made for online audiences pantomime is filled with plenty of giggles and has plenty of imagination. With many live pantomimes having to be cancelled, Peter Duncan has stepped in to rescue this Christmas tradition by filming a production of Jack and the Beanstalk in his back garden – to hilarious effect. Giant Blunderbore… Read More

NEWS: The London Production of The Mousetrap to Re-Open in October

It has been announced that Agatha Christie’s long-running play will reopen on the 23rd October. The longest running show in the world will welcome audiences back to St Martin’s Theatre from October it has been announced, having been shut since theatres were closed in March. Having played in London since 1952, the production will re-open… Read More

Review Round Up: The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 the Musical, Ambassadors Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Luke Shepphard’s production based on Sue Townsend’s beloved book. Time Out: *** “However much the musical makes clunky on-the-nose references to Greer-era feminism, it ends up feeling oddly Victorian in its values. And no one finds that charming.” http://www.hamhigh.co.uk: **** “Indeed the joy here is that… Read More

REVIEW: The Dame, Park Theatre

LLLC’s Kirsty Herrington visited the Park Theatre to watch Ian Talbot’s production.   There ain’t nothing like a dame, and that’s certainly true of Ronald Roy Humphrey, pantomime dame and all-round entertainer. His costume is his armour, his make-up his war paint and each night he goes into battle. This is the only life he’s ever known. But as he returns to his northern roots for… Read More

NEWS: Eugenius! The Musical Cancels West End Run

It has been announced that the musical will end its second critically acclaimed run at The Other Palace and not open at the Ambassadors Theatre the following week as planned.  In a statement released, producer  Kevin Wood revealed that a key investor had pulled out at the last minute due to the wider economic conditions. He said:… Read More

REVIEW: Eugenius!, The Other Palace

Witty, refreshing and unique – Eugenius returns to recapture the hearts of geeks everywhere. Having experienced the previous run of Eugenius earlier this year, I knew exactly what to expect from this heart-warming new musical – and as predicted, I had a lovely time returning to the story I fell in love with before. Eugenius… Read More

First Look at…Eugenius! at The Other Palace

The first images of the new cast in rehearsals for the return of Eugenius! have been released – here’s a glimpse of what has been happening…. Returning to The Other Palace from the 1st September, Ben Adams and Chris Wilkins’ musical is currently in rehearsals with its new cast. Meet Eugene, Janey and Feris as they reach for… Read More