Let’s hope this release heralds the return of the show to a wider audience, primed and ready for its snarky dazzle.
A provocative piece of sit-forward, lean-in theatre
A uniquely morbid romance executed in poor taste.
Writer Alan Bowne died of complications related to AIDS in 1989. Does Beirut stand the test of time?
A beautiful but over-challenging experiment.
Lazarus Theatre Company’s production runs at Greenwich Theatre.
Full-blooded musical arrives Upstairs at the Gatehouse.
Angela Griffin and Trevor White star in exceptional thriller at the Park Theatre.
Revival of the musical from two ABBA composers at the London Coliseum.
A provocative and dazzling production.
A solid gold revue of Sherman songs, serving delicious memories for a mostly adult audience.
Louise Jameson stars at Park Theatre.