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soldier-of-orange.jpg
17 Feb
New Shows
Phil Willmott

Ouch! I Predict Someone’s Going to Lose a Lot of Money

soldier-of-orange.jpg Of course we must be positive about any audacious theatrical enterprise but whilst I wish the Dutch producers of musical, SOLDIER OF ORANGE, every success with it in London, the way in which they’re exporting it after 9 years of success in Holland suggests they’ve little understanding of the market here.

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The Shark is Broken
07 Feb
New Shows
Phil Willmott

A Fun and Fishy West End Play Goes on Sale Today

The Shark is Broken The Ambassadors Theatre used to be unavailable to producers whilst the percussive dance musical STOMP was in residence for years. Although that was a wonderful show it's good news for London theatre goers that they vacated the venue because if frees up one of the West Ends smallest venues for a series of fascinating and enticing productions that wouldn’t be able to fill one of the bigger more expensive buildings.

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Blitz!
21 Jan
New Shows
Phil Willmott

Jessica Martin Stars in a Rare Revival of BLITZ! - a Forgotten Musical by the Writer of OLIVER!

Blitz! Lionel Bart’s epic musical BLITZ! is a celebration of London’s working-class spirit as the Nazis rained down bombs on British cities. You can see it at the Union Theatre, near Southwark tube from February 5th – March 7th - and it’s directed by me!

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Hello Dolly - Imelda Staunton
25 Nov
New Shows
Phil Willmott

The Mystery of the West End’s HELLO DOLLY shuffle

Hello Dolly - Imelda Staunton It’s been announced that UK acting royalty Imelda Staunton will play the title role of Dolly Levi in a NEW production of HELLO DOLLY for the West End.

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The Drifters Girl Musical in London
01 Nov
New Shows
Phil Willmott

Beverley Knight and the Music of the Drifters Feature in an intriguing New West End Show

The Drifters Girl Musical in London There are two types of jukebox musicals, the term given to shows which stitch together existing hits to tell a story. Some have an original plot, such as WE WILL ROCK YOU, MAMMA MIA and MOULIN ROUGE but equally successful are productions which tell the story of the artists who first recorded the material eg. BEAUTIFUL-THE CAROL KING MUSICAL, JERSEY BOYS and TINA.

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