musical

February is a fashionable month. With the major industry weeks happening in New York, London, Milan and Paris most of us
Perhaps it is unfair to compare a stage show to the resources available in a film. However, The Bodyguard clings to the original
For someone who prefers to avoid the West End's theatrical offerings, I was left grinning from ear to ear after this show, and although I hate to admit it, I also had a slight feeling of joy in my heart.
Geroge Galloway has written a musical based on the life of 1960s British soul singer Dusty Springfield. The Respect MP for
I'm a Batman fan. I love Batman. Not in that way. Well, maybe in that way. It's hard to tell, isn't it? There are so many different Batmen.
From the heap of slain corpses deep in the cellar of a pie shop, Jonathan Kent breathes fresh life into the latest production of this timeless classic, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Although I am reliably told it is a 'classic', before I saw the new West End revival, the only things I knew about Sweeney Todd were the two words 'Sweeney' and 'Todd'. I was the proverbial blank canvas going into the performance - I didn't know what to expect, what the story was, what the music was like: nothing.
1997's Batman And Robin is a terrible, terrible film. All bat-nipples and bat-crotches, manic punnery and unwanted cartoonishness
Lana Del Rey was sitting behind me on my flight to Berlin this morning. I can empathise with being thrust into the spotlight before you've had a chance to catch yourself. Trying to grow as an artist and a person under intense scrutiny is a nightmare. Some people seem desperate to label her as a fake. Why can't it just be a good tune sung by a beautiful girl?
The Phantom Of The Opera has celebrated its 25th anniversary with a packed out performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London