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F Murray Abraham - The Mentor
29 May
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Phil Willmott

Oscar Winning Film, Stage and TV Star F Murray Abraham Comes to The West End

F Murray Abraham - The Mentor F Murray Abraham is heading to the West End and I can’t wait to see him perform live again.

He was virtually unknown to the wider public when he was cast as the lead in a Hollywood film of Peter Shaffer’s hit stage play Amadeus, which some of you may have seen revived recently at the National Theatre. With that title you’d be forgiven for thinking the big part would be composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and indeed the story does centre around the genius’s struggle to win respect, wealth and recognition during his life time.

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Cate Blanchett
03 May
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Phil Willmott

Looking forward to star Cate Blanchett and director Ivan Van Hove teaming up for ALL ABOUT EVE

Cate Blanchett I don’t recall another director influencing London and New York Theatre quite as powerfully as Ivo Van Hove has done in recent years.

Ever since he took the capital’s theatre scene by storm with his radical cut and paste amalgamation of Shakespeare’s Roman plays, recently revived at the Barbican, producers have clamoured to sign him up to bring his starkly staged expressionistic perspectives on classics, new writing and even the David Bowie musical Lazarus.

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Jamie Glover
30 Mar
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Phil Willmott

New cast members join Aladdin and Harry Potter and The Cursed Child

Jamie Glover Two major West End productions have announced cast changes over the last few days.

I'm delighted to hear Jamie Glover will be taking over the lead role at Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.

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Mischief Theatre
16 Jan
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Phil Willmott

New cast of bank robbers as Mischief Theatre conquer the world

Mischief Theatre It’s great when theatre folk achieve unlikely success through sheer hard work and talent. Of course those two qualities alone are no guarantee of success in an overcrowded market but add a dash of good luck and you could be the next Mischief Theatre.

In just a few years, have gone from being a bunch of unknown graduates performing on the London Fringe to one of the most successful and sought after performers and creatives in the industry.

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Christina Bennington and Andrew Polec
04 Nov
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Phil Willmott

BAT OUT OF HELL Producers Assemble an Exciting Cast of Young Talent

Christina Bennington and Andrew Polec The full casting has been announced for BAT OUT OF HELL heading to the London Coliseum next June and I'm very excited about the line up.

The casting is daring and imaginative and it’s going to introduce a lot of people to some hot new talent.

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