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WOS Radio: Halfpenny & co host post-show Party Q&A
By Whatsonstage.com Outing
Last week (29 March) just under 100 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers headed to the Menier Chocolate Factory's acclaimed revival of Mike Leigh's 1977 cult comedy Abigail's Party. Many admitted to having ...
WOS Radio: Leicester Curve's Gypsy in the spotlight
By Editorial Staff
"Curtain up, light the lights!" The words - Stephen Sondheim's - are showbiz folklore and the show,  Gypsy - the musical lover's musical - is about as iconic as they come, a breathless fast-forwa
WOS Radio: Theatregoers mark 60 years of The Mousetrap
By Editorial Staff
West End granddaddy The Mousetrap celebrates its diamond anniversary this year, and to mark the occasion over 60 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers were welcomed last night at the St Martin’s
WOS Radio: Theatregoers Level Up at Pippin Q&A
By Laura Norman
Last night (11 January) over 100 theatregoers made their way to the Menier Chocolate Factory for the first major revival of Steven Schwartz's darkly humorous coming-of-age story Pippin which hasn't ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Jamie Bernstein
By Edward Seckerson
Who would have thought - certainly not she - that the little girl perching on her famous father's podium would grow up to carry forward his legacy and one day recreate one of his fabled Young People'...
WOS Radio: Theatregoers Get Up Close to Ladykillers
By Editorial Staff
Last night, 130 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers headed to the Gielgud Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue to see the premiere production of Graham Linehan's stage adaptation of Ealing comedy The Ladykiller
WOS Radio: Clarke & Co Wage War at Trafalgar
By Laura Norman
Last night (7 November 2011) over 100 theatregoers made their way to Trafalgar Studios 1 to see Warren Clarke return to the stage for the first time in over a decade, to play Winston Churchill in ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Mark Elder
By Edward Seckerson
For almost 40 years Opera Rara has been a record label with a mission: to rediscover and rejuvenate neglected operatic repertoire from the 19th century in such a way as to bring it back into public ...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to ENO's Castor & Pollux Team
By Editorial Staff
It's an English National Opera first - a Rameau opera - but given that Rameau was himself 50 when he embarked upon his wondrous adventures in the genre I think the late arrival is entirely in keepin
WOS Radio: Theatregoers Come Together at Backbeat Q&A
By Laura Norman
Last night (19 October 2011) Whatsonstage.com theatregoers enjoyed the West End premiere of Beatles-based musical Backbeat adapted for the stage by Iain Softley who wrote and directed the 1994 film ...