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The Westenders - UK Tour

For over a decade The WestEnders have established themselves as one of the country’s leading musical theatre companies. For this exciting evening they are delighted to be joined by the wonderful Olivier Award winning and Tony Award nominee Tracie Be

MusicalTalk Mini 56: Ur in Town with Katie Bernstein

David Herzog talks to Katie Bernstein, currently performing in Urinetown at the St James Theatre.

Carousel - Arcola Theatre

Voted the best musical of the 20th Century by Time Magazine, Carousel is the classic American musical, with a timeless score that includes the songs If I Loved You, June Is Bustin’ Out All Over and the iconic You’ll Never Walk Alone. This imaginative

Robert Lindsay: 'It took me years to lose the chip on my shoulder'

He's snubbed Margaret Thatcher, tussled with Harvey Weinstein and quit Line of Duty. Is Robert Lindsay still an angry young man at heart?

Musicals we love: The Book of Mormon

Like the rumbling thunder that precedes a flash of lighting, I heard The Book of Mormon before I saw it.

Urinetown St James Theatre Spring 2014

This musical, a Broadway hit a few seasons back, is very clever, very silly, very much aware of its own cleverness and very entertaining, and the best way to respond to it is to leave your critical faculties at the door and just go along with its own enjo

Do I Hear A Waltz? Park Theatre March 2014

We have to begin, unfortunately, by acknowledging that this 1965 musical was not a creative success, despite its extraordinary pedigree – book by Arthur Laurents, music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.


‘Urine good company’ runs one of the scatological gags that sprinkle this cult US musical like a golden shower.

Threepenny Opera review - 'All the more furious from disabled actors'

"What keeps a man alive?" The cri de coeur at the heart of Bertholt Brecht and Kurt Weill's angry anti-capitalist musical becomes all the more furious in the mouths of disabled actors protesting against welfare cuts.

Thérèse Raquin - Finborough Theatre

1860s Paris. In a small dusty haberdasher’s shop near the Seine in the dank, narrow Passage du Pont Neuf, the young and beautiful Thérèse Raquin is trapped into a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin, Camille. While her husband is out all day wor