Musical Theater

Whether you are a fan of musical theatre or new to the genre, Dan and Laura Curtis's forthcoming album "Overture" is the
After travelling the length and breadth of the country Applecart's storytelling tour of i Am Mark has its final performance
I wanted to write this blog in letters so small they'd fit on an electron so they would convey not only the scale of my enthusiasm for this show after the first episode but also my total negativity.
There's always a glimmer of excitement when a new British musical arrives on the scene, we wonder if we'll discover the next Lloyd Webber and if we'll find a show to celebrate.
Theatreland is (appropriately) always a dramatic place, but even by industry standards 2012 was a particularly eventful year. The Queen's Jubilee and the triumphant Olympics and Paralympics meant all eyes were on the UK, and of course London.
This Saturday sees the first episode of Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber's search for a new Jesus Christ Superstar on ITV. It seems like the ultimate quest - trying to find a Jesus Christ. People are always seeing images of Him. But could this image have the abs for a loin cloth and sing falsetto in arenas around the UK opposite a Radio 1 DJ and a former Spice Gi
St. Pancras Hotel was the perfect location to launch a new British musical where the motif, creative team and subject matter all scream national pride.
Two relics of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical success in the 80s are currently touring UK theatres in re-designed productions that bring us singing ghosts and dancing trains.
If Ready Steady Cook sh*gged Come Dine With Me after smoking the pubic hairs of David Lynch, rolled up in the pages of Friedrich Nietzsche's The Birth of Tragedy - Pass the Spoon would be the love child from that wildly wonderful evening. A triumph.