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Part biographical pageant and part pop opera, Evita remains the crowning dramatic achievement of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's relatively brief but genre-busting musical collaborations of the late 1960s and 1970s.

Don’t Cry To Me Marti Pellow: A Mixed Performance Of Evita

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical returns to the West End with a new cast — including former Wet Wet Wet singer Marti Pellow — for a limited run of six weeks at the Dominion Theatre. But can it live up to the original smash-hit, let alone recent

Evita, Dominion Theatre, review: A strained West End revival

The refurbished Dominion Theatre has reopened after a 14-week dark period with Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s classic, directed unimaginatively by Bob Thompson.

Review: Evita (Dominion Theatre)

Don't cry for Rice and Lloyd Webber: their rags-to-riches heroine is back in the west end.

Evita , Dominion Theatre, London

It's the oldest cliche in showbiz to stay a star is born, but one has arrived in Madelena Alberto in the title role of the West End's new Evita.

Evita review shout it loud, showgirl dictatorship is back with a bang

Madalena Alberto skilfully avoids sentimentality in reviving the musical life of Argentinas favourite dictators wife, though sound issues blunt the sharpness of Tim Rices lyrics.

Evita, Dominion Theatre

Like their divisive protagonist, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice could reasonably be accused of valuing style over substance: indelible extravaganza Evita subscribes to the cult of celebrity without truly interrogating it, nor are we given enough dramati

Evita, Dominion Theatre, review: an 'air of hollowness'

Dominic Cavendish finds equal parts of 'beauty and bombast' in Evita's return to the West End, starring Madalena Alberto as Eva.

The Liberation of Colette Simple review witty and energetic

This plucky experiment in theatrical form, inspired by an early Tennessee Williams play, brings together a multiplicity of distinctive voices.

Forbidden Broadway

All hail to the creators, cast and producers of Forbidden Broadway: not only do they keep it bang up-to-date, but they also adapt to their surroundings.