The Vaudeville kicks off its exciting year-long Oscar Wilde season with A Woman of No Importance, directed by Dominic Dromgoole. It is a play packed full of Wilde’s zingy one liners and witty satire of upper-class society.
Theatre News and Reviews
Review: A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE at the Vaudeville Theatre
By Monty Leigh Saturday, October 21 2017, 07:02
Review: ANNIE THE MUSICAL at Piccadilly Theatre
By Isabella James Friday, October 20 2017, 15:40
This West End revival of the 1972 musical ANNIE has all the hallmarks of a great night in London’s theatreland; uplifting songs, fast-paced dance numbers, stunning sets and a show-stopping performance from a dog.
Review: BEGINNING at the National Theatre
By Stuart King Thursday, October 19 2017, 10:45
The Dorfman, National Theatre, plays host to BEGINNING, a new play by David Eldridge set entirely within a Crouch End flat belonging to Laura (Justine Mitchell).
Lead in TINA has been announced – she’s Simply The Best
By Daniel Perks Wednesday, October 18 2017, 07:48
Yesterday, on 17 October 2017, Adrienne Warren was announced by Rock ‘n’ Roll legend Tina Turner herself as the lead actor in the new musical TINA. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd, the musical will open at the Aldwych Theatre in 2018, with tickets currently selling from 21 March – 16 June.
Review: WICKED at the Apollo Victoria Theatre
By Monty Leigh Tuesday, October 17 2017, 18:00
Wicked, the spellbinding musical that tells the story of the witches of Oz, has most recently glided into its 12th year smash hit at the Apollo Victoria, London. It has now surpassed Billy Elliot as one of the longest running musicals, becoming the 16th longest running show in London’s history.
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