Singalong in Halifax
I still can't quite believe this happened. On Saturday night I found myself at a Mamma Mia! movie singalong in Halifax Golf Club, joining in with the locals on all the Abba tunes while enjoying their ...
Syal's George Survives WOS Post-Show Q&A
By Whatsonstage.com Outing
Last night (10 October) just under 100 theatregoers descended on the Arts Theatre, with our free programmes in hand, for the Whatsonstage.com Group Outing to see The Killing of Sister George s
A Criterion for Critics
A new lunchtime review show kicked off at the Criterion Theatre yesterday, convened by producer Sam Hodges, in association with Whatsonstage.com, and it was a resounding success. Or at least I thin
Becoming an Actor: Do Romeo & Juliet Always Sleep Together?
By James Warwick
Eva Longoria, who you’ll know if you’ve watched Desperate Housewives, like I haven’t, said “I think what destroys Hollywood marriages is our work schedule, not so much i
Chris Langham Deserves A Break
I was dismayed to read this week's attempt by the Daily Mail to push Chris Langham, comedian, star of The Pirates of Penzance and Les Miserables in the West End, and of the BAFTA ...
WOS Theatregoers Play it Cool with Luke
By Whatsonstage.com Outing
Last night (5 October 2011) saw 85 theatregoers at the Aldwych to see Cool Hand Luke; which tells of a decorated WWII veteran and his refusal to conform to life in a Florida prison camp and ...
Meeting the Ladies Who Lunch
It was a great pleasure to be invited to address The Theatrical Guild -- formerly known as the Theatrical Ladies' Guild -- at their AGM in the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, yesterday. The TTG has been
WOS Theatregoers See Clearly at Glass Q&A
By Whatsonstage.com Outing
Last night (27 September 2011) over 120 theatregoers made their way to the Vaudeville Theatre to see Anthony Sher reprising his role in the critically acclaimed 2010 Tricycle production of Broken G
Jo Caird: A Good Week for Elizabethan Dramatists
By Jo Caird
Two theatres made major announcements this week. On Monday, Shakespeare's Globe launched its Globe to Globe Festival, in which 37 plays will be performed in 37 languages by 37 different int
On Guard with Edgar & the ENO
I couldn't attend Friday's opening night of The Baker's Wife because I had a dinner date with playwright David Edgar. This therefore meant that my Saturday was divided between two of the most ...