I thoroughly enjoyed a West End Sunday night at Foundation bar in Covent Garden where one of its underground chambers transformed awkwardly but effectively for the night into a cabaret spot, and twelve or so young musical theatre singers and a great band enthralled an enthusiastic home crowd with a series of songs from shows.
Theatre News and Reviews
An Exciting Project Showcases Great New Musical Theatre Performers
By Phil Willmott Tuesday, August 22 2017, 15:13
The Exorcist to Make the West End a Scarier Place!
By Phil Willmott Tuesday, August 22 2017, 10:48
Review: KING LEAR at the Globe Theatre
By Richard Franklin Monday, August 21 2017, 07:36
Audiences at recent Globe productions have enjoyed or had to endure several egocentric productions which have been more about the director's agenda rather than the playwright's so it's great to have the refreshingly steady hand of veteran director Nancy Meckler in the driving seat for Shakespeare's masterpiece, King Lear.
Could You get a Date with Hamlet?
By Phil Willmott Saturday, August 19 2017, 12:21
I was surprised to receive a press release recently promoting the last chance to see the west end transfer of Robert Icke’s critically acclaimed production of Hamlet starring the multi award-winning Andrew Scott and which closes at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 2 September 2017.
Review: A SPOONFUL OF SHERMAN at Zédel Brasserie
By Phil Willmott Thursday, August 17 2017, 12:06
We all know the West End is stuffed with big and spectacular shows to enjoy but opposite the Piccadilly Theatre is a chic and bijou cabaret venue within the Zédel Braserie, where at present you can enjoy an exquisite entertainment that will delight anyone who's a fan of premiere league musical theatre performance and great song writing.
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