Tuesday, 6 September 2016

West End Season Preview: The American Invasion

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West End Season Preview: The American Invasion

It opens at the New London Theatre with previews from October 25. In New York, the good reviews were mostly four-stars although some critics thought the show didn't actually 'rock' in the musical sense, and characters were stereotyped. No big names in ...

Photos: Disney’s The Lion King

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Britten in Brooklyn at Wilton’s Music Hall

London Theatre 1: ★★★ Terry Eastham wrote: “The production and acting are good but, to my mind, there were some issues with the writing which lead to inconsistencies in the narrative, and an overall production that didn’t really grip me throughout.

Rooftop playgrounds and new theatres: how property developers are curating communities in London

The new London Theatre Company at One Tower Bridge copyright 2015. moka-studio; all rights reserved If ministers are still hunting for expert negotiators to sort out Brexit, the Government could do worse than poach some from London’s biggest property ...

ART BEAT: New London Theatre starts season with crowd-favorite plays

Snellville-based New London Theatre begins the new season with two very different plays, but with works that share a crowd-pleasing result for ticket holders. The first play, a mystery titled “And Then There Were None,” completed its run on Aug. 28th.

Brand New London Theatre The Bunker To Open in Southwark

A brand new theatre, named The Bunker, is opening in a former underground car park in Southwark Street and is set to be the capital's newest contemporary Off-West End venue. Behind this exciting venture are two emerging creatives: producer Joel Fisher ...

Survey suggests lack of appetite for later London theatre show start times

Nine out of 10 respondents to a poll in The Stage would object to London theatre productions starting later after the introduction of the 24-hour Tube. It comes after Society of London Theatre chief executive Julian Bird said the Night Tube, which ...

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