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BWW Review: KING THE MUSICAL IN CONCERT, Hackney EmpireBWW Review: KING THE MUSICAL IN CONCERT, Hackney Empire
Posted: Jul. 2, 2018


BWW Interview: Danielle Hope On LIFE FOR RENT at Live At ZedelDanielle Hope On LIFE FOR RENT
Posted: Jul. 10, 2018


BWW Review: HOUSE OF BROADWAY, Live at ZedelBWW Review: HOUSE OF BROADWAY, Live at Zedel
Posted: Jun. 20, 2018


BWW Review: DANIELLE HOPE - LIFE FOR RENT, Live At ZedelBWW Review: DANIELLE HOPE - LIFE FOR RENT, Live At Zedel
Posted: Jul. 16, 2018


BWW Review: EMMA KINGSTON, Live at ZedelBWW Review: EMMA KINGSTON, Live at Zedel
Posted: Jun. 19, 2018


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Review: SON OF A PREACHER MAN, Theatre Royal BrightonBWW Review: SON OF A PREACHER MAN, Theatre Royal Brighton
Posted: Apr. 18, 2018


BWW Review: OKLAHOMA!, West Horsley PlaceBWW Review: OKLAHOMA!, West Horsley Place
Posted: Jun. 9, 2018


BWW Review: PRESENT LAUGHTER, Chichester Festival TheatreBWW Review: PRESENT LAUGHTER, Chichester Festival Theatre
Posted: Apr. 27, 2018


BWW Review: DANIELLE HOPE - LIFE FOR RENT, Live At ZedelBWW Review: DANIELLE HOPE - LIFE FOR RENT, Live At Zedel
July 16, 2018

Part-cabaret, part-therapy, leading lady Danielle Hope brings her solo show Life for Rent to Live at Zedel. Since winning BBC's Over the Rainbow in 2010, she has entertained audiences as Dorothy Gale, Eponine Thenardier, Maria von Trapp and more in West End and touring productions.

BWW Interview: Danielle Hope On LIFE FOR RENT at Live At ZedelBWW Interview: Danielle Hope On LIFE FOR RENT at Live At Zedel
July 10, 2018

Danielle Hope has enjoyed a number of principal roles in her career so far: she starred as Dorothy in the 2011 West End revival of The Wizard of Oz, then swapped the iconic ruby slippers for a grubby cap and trench coat as Eponine in Les Miserables.

BWW Review: KING THE MUSICAL IN CONCERT, Hackney EmpireBWW Review: KING THE MUSICAL IN CONCERT, Hackney Empire
July 2, 2018

A diversecast; a score packed with many musical genres, including rap; and a sung-through treatment of an important period of American history... No, it's not Hamilton, but a superb concert presentation of the late Martin Smith's King The Musical by Hackney Empire and London Musical Theatre Orchestra about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

BWW Review: HOUSE OF BROADWAY, Live at ZedelBWW Review: HOUSE OF BROADWAY, Live at Zedel
June 20, 2018

Musical fans love a good 'songs from the shows' cabaret and House of Broadway present a polished evening packed with heart and humour as they share songs old and new from the musical theatre canon.

BWW Review: EMMA KINGSTON, Live at ZedelBWW Review: EMMA KINGSTON, Live at Zedel
June 19, 2018

Emma Kingston is a very busy woman at the moment: just last week she returned from the Hong Kong stint of the Evita world tour where she currently stars as the First Lady of Argentina, Eva Peron.

BWW Interview: Freddie Tapner Talks London Musical Theatre Orchestra's 2018 SeasonBWW Interview: Freddie Tapner Talks London Musical Theatre Orchestra's 2018 Season
June 15, 2018

Freddie Tapner is the founder and Principal Conductor of London Musical Theatre Orchestra (LMTO). As well as conducting LMTO at their professional engagements, he performs in and around London and sits on the Developmental Board for the National Youth Music Theatre.

BWW Review: LEGALLY BLONDE, Theatre Royal BrightonBWW Review: LEGALLY BLONDE, Theatre Royal Brighton
June 12, 2018

'Omigod You Guys!', Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin's 2007 musical adaption of the hit 2001 comedy film starring Reese Witherspoon is in Brighton as part of its second UK tour since the West End production closed in 2012.

BWW Review: OKLAHOMA!, West Horsley PlaceBWW Review: OKLAHOMA!, West Horsley Place
June 9, 2018

Oh, what a beautiful eveningin West Horsley! Grange Park Opera open their 2018 summer festival season with Rogers and Hammerstein's vintage musical (the first of its kind in 1943), set in the farming heartlands of America.

BWW Review: THE CHALK GARDEN, Chichester Festival TheatreBWW Review: THE CHALK GARDEN, Chichester Festival Theatre
June 1, 2018

The Chalk Garden takes place in the summer of 1955 in the garden room of Mrs St Maugham's house in a seaside village in Sussex. It was written by Enid Bagnold (author ofNational Velvet) while she was living in Rottingdean.

BWW Review: CRAZY FOR YOU, Theatre Royal BrightonBWW Review: CRAZY FOR YOU, Theatre Royal Brighton
May 30, 2018

George and Ira Gershwin have written some of the most memorable songs of the 20th century. Crazy for You contains some of their most beloved hits:'I Got Rhythm', 'Embraceable You', 'Someone to Watch Over Me',and more.

BWW Review: THE TEMPEST, Brighton Open Air TheatreBWW Review: THE TEMPEST, Brighton Open Air Theatre
May 25, 2018

The Tempestfollows the antics of a number of stranded voyagers on a remote island. This particular production is presented by The Lord Chamberlain's Men, an all-male outdoor theatre company founded in 2004, named after Shakespeare's original acting troupe.

BWW Review: THE STRING QUARTET'S GUIDE TO SEX AND ANXIETY, Theatre Royal BrightonBWW Review: THE STRING QUARTET'S GUIDE TO SEX AND ANXIETY, Theatre Royal Brighton
May 24, 2018

The Mental Health Foundation reports that there were 8.2 million cases of anxiety in the UK in 2013. All of us may feel stressed at some point in our lives, but it can be an unwanted and overwhelming strain on many people's day-to-day activities.

BWW Review: THE HUMOURS OF BANDON, Brighthelm CentreBWW Review: THE HUMOURS OF BANDON, Brighthelm Centre
May 18, 2018

What craic! The Humours of Bandon is a delightful peek into the world of Irish Dancing Championships. Written and performed by Margaret McAuliffe and directed by Stefanie Preissner, this one-woman show tells the story of schoolgirl Annie over the course of a few years as she juggles schoolwork and national-level dancing competitions.

BWW Review: COAT, Brighthelm CentreBWW Review: COAT, Brighthelm Centre
May 12, 2018

Yomi Sode is a writer and performer, born in Nigeria but who's lived in Britain most of his life. He strives to balance the cultures of his two "homes", and his one-man show aims to explore the tension of being authentic to your roots in another culture.

BWW Review: ADAM, Theatre Royal BrightonBWW Review: ADAM, Theatre Royal Brighton
May 10, 2018

The journey of an asylum seeker is a harrowing one, especially if it's your family and old identity you are fleeing.

BWW Review: A HOUSE REPEATED, Brighton DomeBWW Review: A HOUSE REPEATED, Brighton Dome
May 8, 2018

Those of us who have played strategy computer games will be familiar with the frustration of coming across locked doors, retracing our steps and getting lost in a virtual world. A House Repeated plunges the audience into a virtual Brighton Dome and we are encouraged to 'explore' by the two guides/narrators (Seth Kriebel and Zoe Bouras).

BWW Review: PRESENT LAUGHTER, Chichester Festival TheatreBWW Review: PRESENT LAUGHTER, Chichester Festival Theatre
April 27, 2018

Noel Coward's comic play Present Laughter is said to be his most autobiographical work, dealing with the complexities of a life of fame in the theatre world. It tells of the mischief and misery of actor Garry Essendine (an anagram of 'neediness', as the programme note points out), his household staff and close circle of friends and lovers.

BWW Review: THE WINSLOW BOY, Theatre Royal BrightonBWW Review: THE WINSLOW BOY, Theatre Royal Brighton
April 24, 2018

How much are we willing to sacrifice for the pursuit of truth and justice? Terence Rattigan's The Winslow Boy explores this thorny question.

BWW Review: SON OF A PREACHER MAN, Theatre Royal BrightonBWW Review: SON OF A PREACHER MAN, Theatre Royal Brighton
April 18, 2018

The premise sounds promising: a brand new jukebox musical featuring the music of Dusty Springfield. Written by Warner Brown and directed and choreographed by Craig Revel Horwood, Son of a Preacher Man opened in Bromley in September 2017 and is currently touring the UK.

BWW Review: FLASHDANCE, Theatre Royal BrightonBWW Review: FLASHDANCE, Theatre Royal Brighton
April 10, 2018

What a feeling! What an evening! The 80s film-musical adaption trend is alive and well. In addition to Fame, Footloose and more, fans of the iconic poppy music era can catch the 1983 classic Flashdance during its current UK tour, which currently plays the Theatre Royal in Brighton.



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