Be A Guest At Beauty and the Beast in Liverpool for £20

With Frozen joining the Lion King and Bedknobs and Broomsticks as well as Beauty and the Beast setting off on UK tours there's a lot of Disney stageyness around. However, there may be one thing stopping you from a visit - the price! You may be wondering can you still bag tickets for a reasonable... 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 →

A Run Down of the Lion King’s Dynamic Pricing Structure at the Lyceum

Before the pandemic, one of the trickiest tickets to bag in London was for the Lion King. Running since 1999 to huge critical acclaim,entertaining millions, the mammoth musical has dominated the Lyceum ever since and has ticket prices to match. Tickets go on public sale this Wednesday for the show's reopening at the end of... Continue Reading →

Go Go Go Joe! Tickets from £10 to see Joseph At The London Palladium

Joseph at the London Palladium was a storming success last year, catapulting the career of Jac Yarrow into his leading role. This bright new production, produced by Michael Harrison and also staring Jason Donovan was due to return to the West End this year. While the current situation has closed every door to that happening,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Sound Of Music UK Tour at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

Book: Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse Music & Lyrics: Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II Director: Martin Connor Back on a UK Tour, Bill Kenwright's production of The Sound of Music continues to delight audiences with its memorable songs and sincere characters. Director Martin Connor focuses on the family bond of the Von Trapps and how after... Continue Reading →

Review: Fame at the Wolverhampton Grand

Book: Jose Fernandez Music: Steve Margoshes Lyrics: Jacques Levy Director & Choreographer: Nick Winston Fame is now finishing up its 30th Anniversary Tour and this nostalgic production features a super talented class of 1984. This new revival by Selladoor Productions reinvents the staging, with a backdrop full of  head shots of the year group, almost... Continue Reading →

Review: & Juliet at the Manchester Opera House

Book: David West Read Music & Lyrics: Max Martin & Friends Musical Director & Musical Arrangements: Dominic Fallacaro Director: Luke Sheppard Quite possibly one of the most anticipated new British musicals of 2019, &Juliet lives up to the hype. This is the fresh modern musical that the industry needs. It makes its mark by exploring... Continue Reading →

Review: Calendar Girls: The Musical at the Wolverhampton Grand

Book & Music: Tim Firth and Gary Barlow Director: Matt Ryan Calendar Girls premiered over five years ago and while it's now in its final months of a UK tour, it remains clear why this beautiful musical continues to delight audiences throughout the country. Tim Firth and Gary Barlow adapt the film and play into... Continue Reading →

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