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Amour – Charing Cross Theatre, London

Music: Michael Legrand Libretto: Didier Van Cauwelaert Adaptor: Jeremy Sams Direction: Hannah Chiswick Reviewer: Maryam Philpott Michael Legrand’s 2002 musical Amour has plenty of emotional dilemmas for its characters, but a new production at the Charing Cross Theatre will also create some for the audience. Its story is light as air, almost comic-book bonkers with roughly sketched characters and a fairly ...

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Allegro – Southwark Playhouse, London

Book &Lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II Music: Richard Rodgers Director: Thom Southerland Musical Director: Dean Austin Choreographer: Lee Proud Reviewer: Daniel Perks Their first collaborative show opened and they were hailed as innovators, visionary artists that were transforming the musical theatre scene for the 21stCentury. They followed this up with the musical play, now an adopted genre across the world for ...

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NEWS: Julie Atherton to lead Thérèse Raquin at Finborough

Following the sell-out success of its workshop as part of Vibrant 2012 – A Festival of Finborough Playwrights, and as part of the Finborough Theatre’s acclaimed Celebrating British Music Theatre series, the world premiere of a new musical adaptation of the classic French novel Thérèse Raquin Written by Craig Adams (Music) and Nona Shepherd (Book/Lyrics/Direction) opens at the multi-award-winning Finborough ...

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NEWS: West End stars join From Page to Stage 2014

Aria Entertainment is delighted to announce first casting today for the second annual From Page To Stage Festival, a season of new musical theatre at the Landor Theatre from Monday 10 February to Sunday 9 March 2014. Full casting is now confirmed for the Season’s three showcase readings of Merman’s Apprentice, Claus The Musical and The Return of the Soldier, ...

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The Hired Man – Curve, Leicester

Writer: Melvyn Bragg Music: Howard Goodall Lyrics: Howard Goodall Director: Daniel Buckroyd Reviewer: Rebecca Taylor [rating:5] A spell-binding performance that will have you on an emotional rollercoaster throughout. This accomplished musical, a collaboration between Curve Theatre and Mercury Theatre, tells the story of a typical young family in Cumbria in the early 1900s, making a living by any means possible ...

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