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How to Hide a Lion – New Wimbledon Theatre, London

Writer: Helen Stephens Adaptor: Peter GlanvilleComposer: Barb Jungr Director: Peter Glanville Reviewer: David Guest A magical children’s book roars into life as a spellbinding stage show thanks to the considerable joint talents of a Pigtails Productions creative team. How to Hide a Lion is based on the illustrated Helen Stephens book, which is warm and wonderful in itself. In the ...

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That’s Life: Barb Jungr and John McDaniel – The Crazy Coqs, London

Reviewer: Alex Ramon Barb Jungr, radiant in pink, turns to John McDaniel, at the piano, with a loving smile as the pair harmonises beautifully on an exquisite version of Bacharach and David’s Trains and Boats and Planes during their show at The Crazy Coqs. In a week marked by divisiveness, media-stoked hysteria and the emergence of some fairly shocking hostilities, ...

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NEWS: The Citz brings Rudyard Kipling’s THE JUNGLE BOOK to life this Christmas

Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre’s highly anticipated Christmas show,The Jungle Book, opens on Saturday 30 November 2013. Rudyard Kipling’s stories have been adapted for the stage byStuart Paterson,with this new production directed byNikolai Fosterreimagining the much-loved stories of a lost little boy finding his place in the world and his animal friends for a new generation. A vibrant, colourful family adventure that’s ...

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PREVIEW: London Festival of Cabaret

The inaugural “London Festival of Cabaret” opened their doors this evening at the Hospital Club’s brand new cabaret space, the luxurious Oak Rooms. Owing to an explosion of cabaret rooms in recent years, there is definitely a calling for a London Cabaret Festival and Artistic Director of the Festival, Neil Marcus has taken it upon himself to supply the demand. ...

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Barb Jungr: Live at the Hippodrome – Hippodrome Casino, London

Reviewer: Jonathan Grant [rating:3] Barb Jungr opened her residency at The Hippodrome in a show promoting her album due out in October, Stockport To Memphis. Her voice has a beautiful clarity and married to her well-rehearsed four piece accompaniment, The Stockport to Memphis Rhythm and Blues Band, who incredibly were playing live as an ensemble for the first time, the ...

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