Nancy Dell'Olio set to tread the boards in bio-play?
By Editorial Staff · 5 Mar 2013 · West End
Fiery Italian lawyer-turned-celebrity Nancy Dell'Olio is set to make her West End debut in a play about her life, according to the Daily Mail. Dell'Olio, who rose to fame following her r
Roddy Doyle & Jamie Lloyd ready to make West End Commitments?
By Editorial Staff · 27 Feb 2013 · West End
The long-rumoured musical version of Roddy Doyle's The Commitments is ready to make its West End premiere later this year, according to several insider sources. Doyle, who wrote the novel
Chichester lines up Gypsy, Dolls & Damsel in Distress?
By Editorial Staff · 21 Feb 2013 · West End
At today's press briefing to launch the 2013 Chichester Festival season, artistic director Jonathan Church revealed that three major musicals are currently in development at the south coast venue. He
Whatsonstage.com Award winner Minchin plans new musical?
By Editorial Staff · 18 Feb 2013 · West End
Tim Minchin has revealed he is working on a new musical following his work on the RSC's multi award-winning adaptation of Matilda.Speaking at last night's Whatsonstage.com Awards Concert, ...
Maria's Merrily rolls along to West End after Menier?
By Editorial Staff · 8 Feb 2013 · West End
Maria Friedman's Whatsonstage.com Award-nominated revival of Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along is tipped to transfer to the West End following its run at the Menier Chocolate Factory....
Spacey plans to leave Old Vic with £20m legacy?
By Editorial Staff · 24 Jan 2013 · West End
Kevin Spacey has revealed plans to step down as artistic director of the Old Vic in 2015, and aims to raise £20million for the historic venue before he leaves.Speaking to the Telegraph
Could Oscar-nominated song 'Suddenly' be added to Les Mis on stage?
By Editorial Staff · 22 Jan 2013 · West End
Claude-Michel Schonberg, co-composer of Les Miserables, has revealed that the song "Suddenly", which was written especially for the film version of the hit show, could one day be ...
Stephen Fry plays Lady Bracknell at Drury Lane?
By Editorial Staff · 18 Jan 2013 · West End
Stephen Fry is reportedly set to play Lady Bracknell in a production of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane next year. Fry told the Daily Mail
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