Having not seen Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat for some 30 years, it is quite a lovely surprise to be reminded just how good Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s score is. Memorable hit after memorable hit tumble after each other in this high octane re-invention of the classic musical that sent this writing team into the stratosphere with the general public in the 1970’s.
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Preview Report: JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOUR DREAMCOAT
By Christian Durham Thursday, July 11 2019, 15:44
What is a "Two Mouthed Man"? We Asked Producer, Harry Neal, to Explain
By Phil Willmott Monday, May 6 2019, 07:06
Hello London Box Office readers!
My name is Harry Neal and I'm the Producer for the emerging comedy/music duo - 2 Mouthed Men.
Now what exactly is 2 Mouthed Men I hear you say? Despite being a very confusing name, the real question should be WHO are 2 Mouthed Men.
What next for BOOMERANG? A new Play in Development
By Marian Pashley Thursday, May 2 2019, 11:09
I have seen Boomerang as a scratch piece, then as a full length play, so finding out it will, as a further evolved version, be on at The King's Head Theatre in May, I was very pleased to have the opportunity to speak with the writer/directors of the female (female in all roles, an aspect that is very much part of its ethos) production company, Ivana Mazza-Coates and Madeleine Shenai.
Discover Theatre 503 and the Company Putting Women’s Voices “Centre Stage”
By Phil Willmott Monday, April 22 2019, 10:19
If you love London Theatre in all its variety, size, shape and form there’s always plenty explore beyond the bright lights of the West End.
One venue you might like to check out is Theatre 503 in Battersea, South London, particularly if you’re interested in new writing.
The Worst Witch Will Spends her Summer Holidays in The West End
By Phil Willmott Friday, April 5 2019, 17:23
Expect to see witches broomsticks parked outside the Vaudeville Theatre this Summer because from 24 July – 8 September for 60 performances only, younger West End audiences will be able to enjoy a new show that we’re promised will be “filled with original songs, music and magic to charm.
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