NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Julian Clary’s The Bolds

The world premiere of Julian Clary’s adaptation of his book The Bolds will play at the Unicorn Theatre from the 14th November. Full casting has been announced for this world premiere production directed by Lee Lyford, which begins performances at The Unicorn Theatre next month. This stage adaptation will star David Ahmad as Fred Bold, Amanda Gordon as… Read More

NEWS: Donny Osmond to Star in Pantoland at the London Palladium

The production will play at the West End theatre from the 4th December. It has been announced that singer Donny Osmond will be joining the cast of Pantoland as the Wizard of Pantomime when the production arrives at the London Palladium in December. He joins the previously announced Julian Clary, Paul Zerdin, Nigel Havers, Gary Wilmot, Jac Yarrow and Sophie Isaacs in… Read More

NEWS: Julian Clary and Matthew Kelly to Star in UK Tour of The Dresser

Theatre Royal Bath Productions and Everyman Theatre Cheltenham have confirmed new tour dates for the production. Directed by Terry Johnson, The Dresser is set to open at Theatre Royal Bath on the 9th September 2021 before travelling to Cheltenham Everyman Theatre, Theatre Royal Brighton, Norwich Theatre Royal, Cambridge Arts Theatre, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Richmond Theatre and Marlowe… Read More

NEWS: London Palladium to Present Pantoland For Christmas 2020

Qdos Entertainment and LW Theatres have confirmed that Pantoland at The Palladium will run at the theatre from the 12th December until the 3rd January.   Led by Julian Clary, the production will see audiences enter the world of pantomime and welcoming back panto favourites Paul Zerdin, Nigel Havers and Gary Wilmot, as well as past stars Ashley Banjo & Diversity and Charlie… Read More

Review Round Up: Goldilocks and the Three Bears, London Palladium

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the London Palladium’s 2019 festive offering. The Telegraph: ** “Certainly Clary possesses a genuine talent for double entendre, but after the 10th or 20th joke about ‘swallowing swords’ or spending time under a ‘big top’ (circus tent), patience grew a little thin and laughs less frequent.… Read More

NEWS: Further Casting Announced for Goldilocks and the Three Bears

The London Palladium’s new pantomime will begin performances from the 7th December. Additional casting has been announced for the London Palladium’s 2019 pantomime of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Joining the previously announced Paul O’Grady as Baron Von Savage, Matt Baker as Joey the Clown,  Julian Clary as The Ringmaster, Paul Zerdin as Silly Billy, Nigel Havers as Daddy Bear and Gary Wilmot as Dame… Read More

PREVIEW: Goldilocks and the Three Bears, London Palladium

The London Palladium pantomime will return from the 7th December. Returning for its fourth year, the London Palladium’s annual pantomime will once again be directed by Michael Harrison and feature choreography by Karen Bruce. Meanwhile, it has been confirmed that Paul O’Grady will return to the London Palladium in Goldilocks and the Three Bears to… Read More

Review Round Up: Snow White, London Palladium

This latest pantomime at the London Palladium stars Dawn French and Julian Clary. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…   The Guardian: *** “The dwarfs – renamed The Magnificent Seven – are given short shrift but then even Snow White, played by Over the Rainbow winner Danielle Hope, feels rather sidelined. ”  London Theatre.co.uk:… Read More

Review Round Up: Dick Whittington, London Palladium

The reviews are in for the London Palladium’s latest pantomime. But what is the critics verdict? Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews:  Join Dick Whittington (Charlie Stemp) on his daring journey through the streets of London aided by The Spirit Of The Bells (Julian Clary) as they face off against his dastardly… Read More

REVIEW: Le Grand Mort, Trafalgar Studios

Julian Clary and James Nelson-Joyce star in Stephen Clark’s intense and gripping drama that lacks in purpose and direction.  It is truly difficult to know exactly where to begin for this review of this intensely gripping production of a play which never seems to know exactly what it wants to achieve or what message it… Read More