If you like seeking out more unusual and emerging musicals then London’s Off-West End always has plenty to offer and you may just spot the new ROCKY HORROR SHOW, which started out in a tiny venue in the 1970s.
Here is where you will read about new shows, upcoming productions, and West End gossips!
Three New, Camp and Crazy, Off-West End Musicals
By Phil Willmott Monday, October 29 2018, 08:31
Preview Report: KING KONG at The Broadway Theatre, New York
By Phil Willmott Monday, October 29 2018, 07:14
I need to preface this report by reiterating that this production is still in previews, the producers have deep pockets and no doubt it will continue to evolve until the show is “frozen” - a theatre term which means no more changes are allowed before press night to allow the cast to settle in.
Preview Report: THE INHERITANCE at the Noel Coward Theatre
By Alex Benjamin Monday, October 8 2018, 11:01
American writer Matthew Lopez’ enormous play has already written itself into theatrical canon since a widely beloved premiere at the Young Vic, so a move to the West End was a natural fit. A two-part play coming in at nearly 7 hours, The Inheritance reworks E. M. Forster’s Howards End into a vast story of gay men’s love in contemporary New York.
Preview Report: COMPANY at the Gielgud Theatre
By Stuart King Wednesday, October 3 2018, 09:10
The team behind Elliott Harper Productions have enjoyed a wave of successful shows in recent years, which is all set to continue with this much-anticipated reworking of Stephen Sondheim’s 1970 musical COMPANY, at the Gielgud Theatre.
Preview Report: PINTER TWO at the Harold Pinter Theatre
By Christian Durham Wednesday, September 26 2018, 15:02
When you walk into the Pinter Theatre for Pinter Two of the Pinter at the Pinter season, you are faced with a huge, stark monolith on stage with the word Pinter hewn into it. The feeling of being present in the cathedral of this theatrical legend, verges on the mythical or saintly. Once you let go of that reverence, which Pinter himself would have probably thoroughly disapproved of, Jamie Lloyd’s idea to bring together all of his short plays into one star-studded season is a wonderful and rare opportunity to re-examine this writer and what he offers us.
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