Shared yearning for a place to belong is not a revelatory concept, nor is it given new dimension in this gently saccharine piece, yet although the whistle-stop tour only covers familiar landmarks, the journey is a convivial one.
The only thing connecting the different plot strands in the London premier of this US musical is the theme of tourist attractions in America – something of a test for all but the most ardent Yankophile.
Edges is not so much a musical as a themed cabaret exploring youth and love. It fizzes with hope, possibility, and the venom of the broken-hearted, and reaches a crescendo after sixty minutes with a high: We are ready to be loved.
A tale of romance and stardom returns to the UK stage. Featuring aspiring songwriter tony working as a pianist in a bar when he meets Lola who is determined to make it into show business. Falling for Lola, Tony does everything he can to help her to make i
Based on the classic 1935 film starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, this production is filled with sophistication and glamour that is a joy to watch.
Starring Alan Burkitt as Jerry Travers, the American dancer who arrives in London to perform in a
It is no mean feat to turn an audience against idealistic, painfully young marines heading for the nightmarish hell of Vietnam, but Dogfight comes perilously close to achieving that undesirable goal in the manner of their introduction.