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Frozen the Disney Musical
19 Mar
New Shows
Phil Willmott

Disney’s Frozen Transfers to London – But Will They Improve It?

Frozen the Disney Musical It’s been announced that the Broadway musical based on Disney's massive hit movie musical will transfer to London, opening at a newly refurbished Theatre Royal Drury Lane this autumn.

The press release landed in our in-box at 7am with a typically breathless round up of stats and comments from the key people involved.

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A Midsummer's Night Dream - Bridge Theatre
18 Mar
News
Phil Willmott

Immerse Yourself in a Walk Through A Midsummer Night’s Dream this Summer

A Midsummer's Night Dream - Bridge Theatre Last year the swanky new Bridge Theatre near London Bridge had a massive hit with an immersive production of JULIUS CAESAR in which part of the audience walked amongst the action. I didn’t see it but apparently it was a thrilling experience to watch or participate in.

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Merce Cunningham Centennial | Barbican
18 Mar
News
Phil Willmott

Celebrating the Choreographer Merce Cunningham

Merce Cunningham Centennial | Barbican If you’re interested in contemporary dance theatre then you’ll be excited to learn of a series of events and performances celebrating the legacy of choreographer Merce Cunningham at the Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS.

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Theatreland Quizzes
18 Mar
Quizzes
Phil Willmott

Taste our Delicious, “Just for Fun”, New Theatre Quiz

The arrival of the delightful pie-baking musical WAITRESS to London has inspired our latest “just for fun” quiz about references to food in theatre.

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Jack The Ripper - The Women of Wihtechapel
18 Mar
New Shows
Phil Willmott

Jack is back! The Ripper Returns to London’s Theatreland

Jack The Ripper - The Women of Wihtechapel I’m really intrigued by the next offering from English National Opera at their home The Coliseum. It’s a new piece called JACK THE RIPPER: THE WOMEN OF WHITECHAPEL and it’s by Iain Bell and Emma Jenkins.

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