Trump The Musical Review – Making Donald Great Again

Waterloo East Theatre – until 25 February.  Reviewed by Lisa Harlow 3*** Using the genre of ‘bouffon’ and satire, Blowfish Theatre set out their vision for 2020. Given the trajectory and characters involved on today’s world stage: Trump, Putin, Kimmy (Kim Jong-un) and ‘King’ Nigel Farage, their terrifying predictions involve some interesting and rather perverse […]

Miss Saigon Review

Mayflower-Southampton – until 17 March 2018.  Reviewed by Jo Gordon 5***** Produced by Sir Cameron Mackintosh , Boublil and Schönbergs Miss Saigon has been wowing audiences since its opening night at Drury Lane back in 1989. The story of love enveloped by the horrors of war and the consequences that follow when two struggling souls […]

A Passage To India Review

Park Theatre – until 24 March.  Reviewed by Claire Roderick 4**** Simon Dormandy’s adaptation of EM Forster’s novel is a pared back, but intense production in simple8’s signature style. Elderly Mrs Moore (Liz Crowther) arrives in Chandrapore in British India with her prospective daughter-in-law Adela (Phoebe Pryce) to see her son, magistrate Ronny (Edward Killingback) […]

Paul Nicholas, Sue Holderness, Wendi Peters, and Jeff Rawle star in Quartet

Paul Nicholas, Sue Holderness, Wendi Peters, and Jeff Rawle star in charming comedy by Ronald Horwood Coming to Richmond Theatre Mon 9 – Sat 14 April Paul Nicholas (The Real Marigold Hotel, Just Good Friends and EastEnders), Wendi Peters (Coronation Street and Oh What A Lovely War), Sue Holderness (Only Fools and Horses and The Green Green Grass) and Jeff Rawle (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Drop the Dead Donkey) […]

Lulu to join cast of 42nd Street in iconic role of Dorothy Brock

LULU RETURNS TO THE WEST END AFTER 30 YEARS TO JOIN 42ND STREET AS DOROTHY BROCK ASHLEY DAY TAKES ON ROLE OF BILLY LAWLOR TOM LISTER AND CLARE HALSE CONTINUE AS JULIAN MARSH AND PEGGY SAWYER RESPECTIVELY  NEW CAST PREVIEWS FROM MONDAY 19 MARCH 2018 AT THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE   Lulu returns to the West End […]