Now in its eighth year in London’s West End, Matilda the Musical has brought in some new cast members to tell the story of Roald Dahl’s popular child genius and does so in a rather ingenious way. Adapted for the stage by Dennis Kelly, with music and lyrics from the Australian comedian Tim Minchin, this musical has been a massive success since it opened at the RSC in 2010.
Theatre News and Reviews
Second Look: MATILDA at Cambridge Theatre, London
By Isabella James Thursday, September 12 2019, 20:16
Review: UNTIL THE FLOOD at The Arcola Theatre
By Stuart King Tuesday, September 10 2019, 12:45
After a hugely successful double award winning run at Edinburgh, Dael Orlandersmith brings her extraordinary exposé of racial tensions to London for a limited run at the Arcola.
Review: FOR SERVICES RENDERED at Jermyn Street Theatre
By Stuart King Tuesday, September 10 2019, 10:26
William Somerset Maugham’s 1932 play FOR SERVICES RENDERED, centres on the Ardsley family - which has, like so many, been negatively impacted by the horrors of the First World War and continues to suffer, as veterans fail to adjust to their civilian lives.
Review: HOW LOVE IS SPELT at Southwark Playhouse
By Stuart King Sunday, September 8 2019, 21:18
Fifteen years after it premiered at The Bush Theatre, HOW LOVE IS SPELT by Chloë Moss, receives a timely revival at Southwark Playhouse.
Review: MAGIC MIKE LIVE at The Hippodrome Casino
By Nicola Wright Sunday, September 8 2019, 14:54
Arriving at the specially refurbished theatre space at London's Hippodrome Casino, I was greeted by an enthusiastic young man eager to know if I was excited for what I was about to experience. My honest answer was ...I wasn’t sure.
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