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Airs and Graces - 1917 - West End

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Palace Theatre

(London, )
109-113 Shaftesbury Avenue London W1D 8AY
London,
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by Fiona Scott - Sep 3, 2019
A tale of love, loss and laughter, Falsettos is currently running at The Other Palace. Cast members Oliver Savile, Gemma Knight Jones and Laura Pitt-Pulford spoke to BroadwayWorld about being part of the show.
by Jade Kops - Sep 27, 2015
Sydney Theatre Company's latest offering, ARMS AND THE MAN, blends George Bernard Shaw's commentary on the absurdity of the glorification of war and conventions of society with a visual feast of physical comedy and bright white sets.
by Review Roundups - Sep 22, 2014
Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's EVITA returns to London's West End for a strictly limited season at the Dominion Theatre. The musical considered by many to be Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's masterwork will play for 55 performances only in the West End, with musical theatre and pop icon Marti Pellow playing Che, Ben Forster playing Augustin Magaldi, and newcomer Madalena Alberto in the title role. EVITA officially opens tonight, 22 September. Let's see what the critics had to say...
by Lindsay Kruger - Oct 15, 2018
In its South African debut, Candice Bernstein and Matt Newman star in the hilariously haunting GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES at Alexander Bar next month. In this interview they give us a glimpse into their journey with their complex characters of Kayleen and Doug, and how GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES affects those both on and off stage.
by Marakay Rogers - Nov 7, 2017
Director Clark Nicholson gives the Tennessee Williams classic fresh life and a sterling cast.
by Veronica Bruscini - Nov 12, 2012
The courtroom of the Bristol Statehouse provides the perfect atmosphere for 'An Inspector Calls,' and 2nd Story's cast flawlessly presents J.B. Priestley's clever and thought-provoking work.
by Gary Naylor - Mar 21, 2018
Phil Willmott's The Cherry Orchard picks up Chekhov's action and moves it forward a decade or so to 1917, when the balance of power in Russia was tilted rather differently.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2011
The Boiler Room Theatre (BRT), Williamson County's original and longest-running professional theatre company, continues its 11th season with Tennessee Williams' most celebrated work A Streetcar Named Desire opening June 24 at the theatre's iconic namesake venue in the historic Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Rd., Building Six, in Franklin, Tenn. for a run through July 23.
by Jade Kops - Jul 22, 2018
Clare Barron's Obie Award winning play (2015) YOU GOT OLDER makes it's Sydney Premiere under Claudia Barrie's astute direction. 
by Monica Moore - Aug 6, 2019
Watching the groundlings interact with the cast on Saturday night was heartening. Young people fully engaged and wanting more - eager to participate in all the goings-on. Yes! Frivolity, flippancy and folly hit the mark with the full audience despite Auckland turning on it's coldest and windiest weather that could have easily distracted and derailed. But the weather was no competitor for the waves made from leaf blowers, the stylised french sailors, the stunning costumes (Valentine's was my new all time favourite ever) and the general tomfoolery highlighted within this great yarn of disguise and dissipation (whether calculated or heart-felt)
by Fraser MacDonald - Aug 13, 2018
Her set feels as intimate as speaking to her on a bus; there are no airs and graces. Godley is funny to the bones and her stories are gold.