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Forbidden Broadway Reviews

24. April 2009

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Tweet Quotes from reviews of Broadway production: “The show has a spit-polish gleam… I am still chuckling, days later!” – Time Out “Intoxicatingly funny! You don’t have to be a theater addict to revel in this show.” – Daily News “Side-splittingly funny! No show has given me more pleasure over the years. It’s my favorite […]

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Duet For One Reviews

22. April 2009

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Tweet Performances of overwhelming emotional power and conviction… the performance of a lifetime… a triumph Evening Standard Duet for One bowled me over…Matthew Lloyd’s rich and nuanced production…is a noble and deeply moving piece of theatre. Stevenson…is superb…Henry Goodman creates a highly sympathetic, wise and comic character… a masterclass in fine acting Daily Telegraph

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PROUD by John Stanley Reviews

17. April 2009

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Tweet For his 18th birthday party, boxing hopeful Lewis is looking forward to a night in with his boyfriend, his family and his homophobic trainer. John Stanley’s new play represents a sterling attempt to marry farcical comedy with weightier themes. Stanley writes in a wonderfully blunt comic style that admirably suits the comedy of manners […]

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Legally Blonde The Musical Reviews

3. April 2009

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Tweet Far and away the most enjoyable new show on Broadway. This musical is so packed with pleasures, it should be called ‘Illegally Blonde’. Financial Times An Elle of a show. Time Magazine

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Spring Awakening Reviews

3. March 2009

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Tweet The Daily Telegraph “Here it is at last, the answer to one’s prayers – a new musical bursting with ambition and achievement…” The Independent “Freshness, attack and sheer lyrical beauty…” Daily Express “A must-see not just for hormonal adolescents, but for anyone who has ever been one….” whatsonstage.com “An absolute must-see and by far […]

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Oliver! The Musical Reviews

13. February 2009

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Tweet Oliver! Sets the West End alight Sunday Telegraph The triumphant opening of Lionel Bart’s Oliver! is a glorious reminder of just how life-enhancing a musical can be Daily Telegraph Blast away all those recession cobwebs. Anyone who needs cheering up should get along to Drury Lane sharpish and catch this humdinger of a night […]

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Oliver! Opens to Sensational Reviews

22. January 2009

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Tweet The Telegraph calls it “a cracking night of tuneful entertainment” and the Daily Mail raves about “this humdinger of a night”. Cameron Mackintosh’s new staging of Lionel Bart’s masterpiece OLIVER!, one of the most beloved of British musicals, vividly brings to life Dickens’ timeless characters with its ever popular story of the boy who […]

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Mamma Mia! Reviews

15. January 2009

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Tweet “It is 25 years ago to the night since Abba won the Eurovision song contest and it is part of the cheekiness of Mamma Mia! that Waterloo is the one song you keep expecting to hear but never do. Practically every other Abba hit is here. And like the songs, the evening is catchy, […]

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The 39 Steps Media Reviews

15. September 2008

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The 39 Steps Media Reviews

Tweet John Buchan’s gripping whodunit – memorably filmed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1935 – has at last been thrillingly adapted for the stage. This hilarious brand new version is performed by four actors playing a minimum of 150 roles and transfers to the West End after a sensational sell-out run at the Tricycle Theatre. Nothing […]

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Eurobeat Media Reviews

10. September 2008

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Eurobeat Media Reviews

Tweet Eurobeat, the glorious celebration of everything Eurovision, heralds the dawn of the interactive musical as the audience vote for their favourite song via text messaging*. THE METRO – August 2007 Oh God – a musical tribute to Eurovision? Yep, predictably this noisy, rabble-rousing spectacle – ten songs, a recorded introduction by Wogan, ridiculous outfits, […]

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