The indefatigable Barry Humphries, having finally said goodbye to his beloved creation, Dame Edna Everage after 60 years in the spotlight is now embarking on his 'most difficult impersonation' - himself.
Theatre News and Reviews
Review: THE LEHMAN TRILOGY at the National Theatre
By Phil Willmott Friday, July 13 2018, 09:54
London theatre has already offered two theatrical marathons this year, THE INHERITANCE soon to return to the West End, and IMPERIUM, currently playing at the Gielgud Theatre. Both clock in at around seven hours. By comparison the LEHMAN TRILOGY at the National is a mere three and a half hours and can be viewed in a single performance.
Review: ME AND MY GIRL at the Chichester Festival Theatre
By Stuart King Wednesday, July 11 2018, 13:58
This production seems almost certain to grace the West End in the run-up to Christmas. Chichester Festival Theatre has been riding the crest of a wave in recent years with a swathe of high profile London transfers (most notably productions of Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd and Gypsy), garnering awards, earning plaudits and generating phenomenal West End box office.
Review: IT HAPPENED IN KEY WEST at the Charing Cross Theatre
By Phil Willmott Wednesday, July 11 2018, 07:40
Review: KNIGHTS OF THE ROSE at the Arts Theatre
By Phil Willmott Tuesday, July 10 2018, 11:49
Pity the cast and creative team behind KNIGHTS OF THE ROSE, the new juke box musical at the Arts Theatre, which promised to be as fun as the stadium rock hits it featured.
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