If there is ever a power surge on the West End, then 42nd Street will be responsible, such must be the supply of electricity going into their lighting and mechanical rigs. Think glitter, think glam, think sequins.
Theatre News and Reviews
Review: 42ND STREET at Theatre Royal Drury Lane
By Daniel Perks Thursday, January 18 2018, 10:02
Review: DICK WHITTINGTON at The Palladium
By Nastazja Domaradzka Saturday, January 13 2018, 11:18
The January blues are upon us. When choosing the first production of 2018 to see, everyone should think about something cheerful and blissful that will shake off the disappointment of facing reality after the festive season.
Review: ALICE at the Landor Space
By Stuart King Friday, January 12 2018, 14:53
Much has been written in recent decades about the possible relationship permutations which existed between Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) and his muse, the 6-year old Alice Liddell, who was the basis for his Alice in Wonderland stories.
Meet the final girls who'll star in ANNIE as it Concludes its West End Run
By Phil Willmott Tuesday, January 9 2018, 14:35
All good things must come to an end including the West Ends hit production of ANNIE which has announced the final kids who’ll take on the children’s roles in London before the production moves to Toronto.
Fun facts about daring musical, The Grinning Man, as it extends its West End Run
By Phil Willmott Tuesday, January 9 2018, 13:54
Well, it was a risk opening a new musical in the notoriously competitive West End, but the folks behind the gothic and bonkers THE GRINNING MAN seem to have pulled it off.