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Queen of the Mist – Charing Cross Theatre, London

Words and Music: Michael John LaChiusa Director: Dom O’Hanlon Reviewer: Maryam Philpott One of the greatest scientific achievements of the day or a ludicrous stunt, Anna Edson Taylor’s ascent over Niagara Falls in a barrel in 1901 wasn’t quite the ticket to worldwide fame and recognition that she had hoped it would be. Despised for its vulgarity, shunned because she ...

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Side Show  – CLF Art Cafe, London

Book and Lyrics: Bill Russell Music: Henry Krieger Director:  Dom O’Hanlon Reviewer:  Richard Maguire Side Show wasn’t a success when it first opened on Broadway in 1997. However, after a successful revival in 2015, it premiered in the UK at the Southwark Playhouse a year later.  Theatre company Pint of Wine’s new production at the cool CLF Art Cafe in Peckham ...

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Vote For Me! A Musical Debate – London Theatre Workshop, London

Writers: Drew Fornarola and Scott Elmegreen Director: Dom O’Hanlon Musical Director: Chris Guard Reviewer: Edie Ranvier   Calling all Londoners! Still tearstained and tired-out from riding all Thursday night on that emotional rollercoaster they call the UK General Election? Head down to the London Theatre Workshop, where directors Dom O’Hanlon and Chris Guard are staging the perfect cathartic antidote. Vote ...

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John & Jen – Drayton Arms Theatre, London

Music: Andrew Lippa Lyrics: Tom Greenwald Director: Dom O’Hanlon Musical Director: Sarah Burrell Reviewer: Scott Stait This year marks the 20th anniversary of Andrew Lippa’s little known John &Jen, and as such an Off-Broadway revival is set to open this month starring Kate Baldwin and Conor Ryan. Across the pond, and a little closer to home, Pinot Productions are taking ...

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Damn Yankees – Brockley Jack, London

Book: George Abbott and Douglass Wallop Music and lyrics: Richard Adler and Jerry Ross Director: Dom O’Hanlon Reviewer: Ian Foster Though the North Americans may call their baseball championship the World Series, it is safe to say that the charms of this particular sport don’t necessarily span the globe and have never really travelled across the ocean (how could it, ...

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