Theatres, Please Stop Upselling Third Party Insurance And Instead Offer Free Exchanges To Regain Audience Confidence

Two days before theatres up and down the country are allowed to throw open their doors to full pre-covid capacity with, legally speaking, no restrictions they are releasing the rules they will follow to regain audience trust. Venues up and down the country are instructing people not to attend with covid symptoms, some such as... Continue Reading →

Stafford Gatehouse Announces Their Most Star Studded Panto So Far!

Panto season will be hear before you know it and the cast announcements are coming our thick and fast. Stafford Gatehouse is no different and is really pushing the boat out this year to plan what must be its most star studded panto yet! Maureen Nolan will star as the Evil Queen, West End Star... Continue Reading →

Stafford Gatehouse Marks Reopening With A Bright And Bold Refurbishment

Theatres up and down the country are throwing back open their doors and it's no different at the Stafford Gatehouse. However, over the last few weeks while the doors were firmly closed due to Coronavirus restrictions, the Theatre has been at work overhauling its front of house areas which now boldly showcases its local homegrown... Continue Reading →

Michael Harrison’s London Palladium Production Of Joseph To Tour The UK

After its 2nd Summer at the London Palladium, the London Palladium production of Joseph is set to tour the UK It's been long rumoured that the Michael Harrison production would take to the road after the long ruining Bill Kenwright production came to a close. While casting and full dates are yet to be confirmed,... Continue Reading →

Why I won’t stop talking about the Orchestra cuts at the Phantom of the Opera

The West End is slowly but surely returning and it's going to need all the support it can get. Why then, as an avid supporter of all things theatre have I become such a pessimist of the Phantom of The Opera's decision to cull half an orchestra and to close the original production? While I... Continue Reading →

News! Fat Friends The Musical Starring Lee Mead To Tour The UK

Back in 2018 Fat Friends the Musical toured the UK marking Freddie Flintoff's musical debut. It looks like the production is once again going to tour the UK this time staring West End star Lee Mead Dates already announced include Newcastle, Birmingham, Norwich and Southampton The musical is based on the hit TV show Fat Friends... Continue Reading →

Amazon Shamefully Shuns Cinema Release For Everybody’s Talking About Jamie As Film Will Be Shown Exclusively On Amazon Video

It was announced today that like a handful of other Paramount Films, The Film Adaptation of Everybody's Talking About Jamie is going going to bypass cinemas and head straight to the back catalogue of Amazon Video in September. 2021 was destined to become a great year for the movie Musical with Dear Evan Hansen, Into... Continue Reading →

Now Confirmed: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child To Be Combined Into One Production On Broadway

Update 28th June 2021 - It has been officially confirmed Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will return on Broadway as one stand alone play, rather than the current two part play format. The new one play format will be produced in San Francisco and Toronto. The Original West End production will remain unchanged. The... Continue Reading →

The Point Of No Return? Phantom Dibacle Continues As Makintosh Launches A War Of Words On Musicians In A Disdainful Interview With Dominic Cavendish

It's been no easy feet to keep track of the goings on at the Phantom of the Opera. First it was closed for good, then promised to be reopened as the 'Brilliant Original', then a new design was announced. Most recently it was revealed there would be a slashing of the Orchestra and a pushed... Continue Reading →

Birmingham Rep Scraps Free Membership Scheme For Under 30s As Part Of Wider Changes To Its Membership Schemes

The Birmingham Rep has communicated with Members of its Preview Club to confirm its closure and replacement for just those under 25. The Preview Club was available for free to anyone under the age of 30 giving them access to £5 tickets selected preview performances, as well as inclusion in any Rep priority booking period.... Continue Reading →

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