Archive for September, 2009
Impossible to define and impossible to resist, La Clique is an ever-changing collection of some of the most outrageous, hilarious, beautiful and downright bizarre acts you will ever see, and it certainly appears to go down well with the celebrities. “Genuine eye-popping acts. Fight for a front row seat” Paul Merton. “I can’t think of [...]
Ed Byrne is currently appearing at the Vaudeville Theatre in London with his show “Different Class” but tickets are currently only available until 3rd October 2009 so you need to get your skates on if you are to get to see this hilarious show. Half toff, half pikey… All comic! Following two sell-out national tours, [...]
Ross Noble is currently appearing at the Apollo Theatre in London with his show “Things“. There
Charles Spencer has returned to Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane to re-review for the Daily Telegraph, in light of the new cast, particularly the actor and stand-up comedian Omid Djalili who is now playing the role of Fagin (previously played by Rowan Atkinson). Clearly Mr. Spencer was again delighted, and reveived his “guaranteed [...]
Paul Taylor reviews The Shawshank Redemption for The Indepenent – and whilst he says that the transition from film to stage is not an easy one for this production, he has some good words to say. In the role of Red, the excellent Reg E Cathey (of Wire fame) has Morgan Freeman’s twinkle and rumbling, [...]
The Mysteries is reviewd for The Daily Telegraph by Charles Spencer – and is given a 5* rating.
Catwalk Confidential is reviewed by Dominic Maxwell for The Times Online Peterson narrates, present-tense, with a noirish turn of phrase.
Opening soon on 24th September 2009 at the Adelphi Theatre in London is The Rat Pack. Take this opportunity to drift back to a glamorous era where the famous rubbed shoulders with politicians and partied hard. Frank, Sammy and Dean, all singing, all dancing, all round entertainers, injected not only their songs into the 50s [...]
In a review for the Independent in July of this year Michael Coveney writes What can you possibly say about a show that defies analysis, scorns ideas and is so well packaged it would win prizes in a “most attractive parcel” competition? It’s just a pop concert with a token storyline of teenagers in love [...]
Catwalk Confidential is at the Arts Theatre in London but only until 3rd October 2009.