Monday, 17 April 2017

Booze, cues and tiny loos: 40 years of the Crucible

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Booze, cues and tiny loos: 40 years of the Crucible

"It wasn't the first time a tournament had been held in a theatre," recalls Taylor. "They'd staged the Masters in the New London Theatre, which we all loved. It made a heck of a change playing in a place with proper plush seats rather than lines of fold-up ...

Rhyl actress Rebecca Trehearn scoops Olivier award for role in Show Boat

Rebecca was crowned Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical for her role as Julie LaVerne in the critically acclaimed production at New London Theatre. Dubbed “one of British musical theatre’s shining stars,” the fluent Welsh speaker thanked ...

SOHO: Circus, Street Dance & Theatre Tickets

Book tickets for London Theatre direct with LOVEtheatre. is your official and trusted source for getting West End tickets, Off West End tickets and other London theatre tickets at great prices. LOVEtheatre has theatre news, reviews and ...

Oliviers 2017: Dreamgirls cast champions diversity in London theatre

Cast members from Dreamgirls have called for colourblind casting and more black writers to improve diversity in the industry. Performers including Amber Riley, Lily Frazer and Tyrone Huntley discussed diversity at the 2017 Olivier Awards, in which ...

Harry Potter casts spell over Oliviers

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child cast its spell on the Olivier Awards on Sunday night, carrying off a record nine awards at the annual celebration of London theatre. The stage adaptation of the wizarding chronicles, which revisits Harry, Hermione and Ron ...

‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Wins a Record Nine Olivier Awards (Full List)

The overriding success of “Harry Potter,” winning all but two of its 11 nominations, could be seen as the Society of London Theatre recognizing the debt it owes to a show that has raised the profile of live theater in the U.K .and drawn new audiences ...

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