Tamzin Outhwaite is interviewed by Louis Wise for the Times Online in the run-up to the transfer of Sweet Charity from the Menier Chocolate Factory in Southwark to the Haymarket Theatre Royal in the West End. Ms Outhwaite’s success in Southwark points to great things for the transfer to the West End. Outhwaite
Grumpy Old Women brings comedy to the Novello Theatre in London from 14th April to 5th June 2010. Chin Up Britain, The Grumpies Fight Back – Fresh from a 60 date sell-out National tour three of Britain’s Top Grumps bring their brand new show to London’s West End. Come and join Jenny ‘the spleen burster’ [...]
Enron Earns 4* Review from Benedict Nightingale in The Times. Enron opened in London at the Noel Coward Theatre in January this year and was reviewed on its second night by Benedict Nightingale for the Times – the full review is on The Times Online. Obviously it was well received by the reviewer – a [...]
Another first for the UK is internationally acclaimed acress Megan Mullally on stage at the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End, with her band, Supreme Music Program, for a very limited run of only 8 performances – opening on 16th February, until 21st February 2010. The new show at the Vaudeville Theatre will include songs [...]
Party is an hilarious Fringe First winning debut play from Tom Basden. It comes to the West End two years after collecting the if.comedy Best Newcomer award at the Edinburgh Fringe and comes to the Arts Theatre, London for a limited run from 1st to 13th March 2010. Starring Tom Basden, Anna Crilly, Tim Key, [...]
This comedy play depicts Pam Ann the glamorous, sharp-tongued air hostess from hell!
Blaze, the brand new street dance sensation, makes it’s world premiere at the Peacock Theatre in London on 11th March 2010 until 28th March 2010.