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Murder for Two – Theatre Royal, Nottingham

Book: Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair Music: Joe Kinosian Lyrics: Kellen Blair  Director: Luke Sheppard Reviewer: James Garrington The tale of the country-house murder has been around for a long time, and Murder for Two is another incarnation of the concept, but with a few twists along the way. It’s the same basic concept, though, and builds on the sort of thing ...

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Murder for Two – The Watermill Theatre, Bagnor

Murder For Two at The Watermill Newbury

Book, Music and Lyrics: Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair Director: Luke Shepherd Review: David Jobson   This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Watermill Theatre, and to start off this special year the venue is once again delving into a genre that they’ve come to specialise in. The small-scale musical where the cast play both actor and musician. This ...

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Crazy For You – Watermill Theatre, Newbury

Crazy for You 2016 Tour cast

Music and Lyrics: George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin Book: Ken Ludwig Director: Paul Hart Reviewer: David Jobson   Upon first glance, Crazy for You appears to be a classic comedy Broadway musical the age of the roaring 20s. Believe it or not, this is a musical from the 90s, using classical songs written by the beloved George and Ira Gershwin ...

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Grey Gardens – Southwark Playhouse, London

Sheila Hancock and Jenna Russell in Grey Gardens at Southwark Playhouse

Book: Doug Wright Music: Scott Frankel Lyrics: Michael Korie Director: Thom Southerland Reviewer: Karl O’Doherty   Since long before the day Icarus thought his waxen wings would carry him higher than wisdom told him they would, we have been obsessed with stories of falls from grace. From any level, a public crash is an attractive narrative, but when it happens ...

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A Third – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: Laura Jacqmin Director: Josh Roche Reviewer: Stephen Bates   In a liberal-thinking and increasingly secular modern world, it is common to challenge traditional values and push boundaries. So, in a marriage, could monogamy perhaps become “monogom-ish”? Chicago-based writer Laura Jacqmin poses this question in her 100-minute one-act play, which gets its World Premier here. Living in an unnamed American ...

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Giggin4Good: When You Wish Upon a Star – The Actor’s Church, London

Reviewer: John Roberts Emma Howe, Karen Howe, Hayley Guild and Shaun McCourt have taken the now over-populated Sunday night concert format in London and made it for the better, by literally raising thousands of pounds for Great Ormond Street Hospital. When You Wish Upon a Star is the sixth concert from the giggin4good team and arguably one of their best ...

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NEWS: West End stars look to Disney for Charity Concert

West End stars including Olivier Award winning Leanne Jones, Book of Mormon‘s Alexia Khadime, Julie Atherton, and Keith Jack will come together to join a wealth of up-and-coming musical theatre performers to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital on Sunday 18th May at 7pm at The Actors Church, Covent Garden. When You Wish Upon A Staris produced by Emma ...

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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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