Posts Tagged “theatre”

Two Strangers (Carry a Cake Across New York)

Two Strangers (Carry a Cake Across New York)

Tim Johanson Productions, Glass Half Full Productions and Jamie Wilson Productions present. ​  Sam Tutty and Dujonna Gift in Two Strangers (Carry a Cake Across New York) Photo by Tristram Kenton •        NEW BRITISH MUSICAL TWO STRANGERS (CARRY A CAKE ACROSS NEW YORK) WILL EXTEND AT THE CRITERON THEATRE UNTIL 31 AUGUST 2024.​ •        STARRING…

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Witness for the Prosecution

Witness for the Prosecution

Agatha Christie at County Hall. ALL RISE! AFTER A RECORD-BREAKING START TO THE YEAR, AGATHA CHRISTIE’S ‘WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION’ WILL EXTEND UNTIL 29 SEPTEMBER 2024 AT HISTORIC LONDON COUNTY HALL AS THE PRODUCTION’S TENTH CAST ARE SUMMONED TO COURT. THE NEW CAST INCLUDES BENJAMIN WESTERBY WHO WILL PLAY THE ACCUSED LEONARD VOLE ALONGSIDE KATIE…

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Meet My Fair Lady in London

Meet My Fair Lady in London

James L. Nederlander, Jamie Wilson, Hunter Arnold, Playful Productions and the English National Opera present LERNER & LOEWE’S MY FAIR LADY Book and Lyrics by ALAN JAY LERNER Music by FREDERICK LOEWE Directed by BARTLETT SHER New York’s Lincoln Center Theater’s critically acclaimed and multi award-winning production of Lerner & Loewe’s much loved MY FAIR LADY will transfer…

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Two Cigarettes in the Dark

Two Cigarettes in the Dark

Jonathan Church Theatre Productions and Cambridge Arts Theatre present Two Cigarettes in the Dark Dame Penelope Keith to star in 2022 UK tour of new play Two Cigarettes in the Dark  by Stephen Wyatt, ​directed by Alan Strachan, designed by Simon Higlett, produced by Jonathan Church Theatre Productions and Cambridge Arts Theatre. This bitter-sweet comedy will begin…

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Witness for the Prosecution at County Hall

Witness for the Prosecution at County Hall

What better setting for a classic court-room drama than this chamber at the beautiful, iconic and historic County Hall in London! The audience have the sense that they are in a real law-court as they watch the murder case unfold in Witness for the Prosecution. The venue is small, accommodating just a couple of hundred…

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Pinocchio Afternoon Tea at The National Theatre – review

Pinocchio Afternoon Tea at The National Theatre – review

It’s snowy in London and it does rather give the impression of a Christmas landscape. At that time of year one’s fancy might turn to a theatre trip with the kids – nothing taxing like King Lear, but perhaps a children’s classic like Pinocchio might fit the bill? The National Theatre has the ideal production,…

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Memphis in London – theatre review

Memphis in London – theatre review

The Shaftesbury Theatre is both beautiful and historic, and a worthy presenter of a show that is beautiful in a very different way. Memphis is a musical and a memorable and striking one. It is set in an era of segregation, overt racism, poverty, and dreams. The story line is perennial and simple but with…

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