Tag: Theatre


Around the world in 8 Elphabas
By Ben Hewis · 7 Apr 2014 · London

We look at the actresses playing the green witch around the world

Results: Is there room for new work in the West End?
By Ben Hewis · 25 Mar 2014 · London

The results of our latest poll are in. Was Tim Rice right to say the public haven't got time for new work?

8 things that really annoy us at the theatre
By Ben Hewis · 29 Jan 2014 · London

Going to the theatre is awesome, having to put up with these things is not.

10 signs that you are #StageyAndProud
By Ben Hewis · 20 Jan 2014 · London

Ever spent an entire film thinking how good it would be on stage? Did you then cast all your friends in the lead parts? If so, this list probably applies to you

Get reading: Six novels that have been adapted for the stage
By Ben Hewis · 14 Jan 2014 · London

If one of your new year's resolutions was to read more, then this list may be just what you're looking for

My ultimate showtune playlist: The WOS team
By Ben Hewis · 8 Jan 2014 · London

In a new feature for WhatsOnStage, 'My ultimate showtune playlist' asks the question - if you could only ever listen to five showtunes again, what would they be?

Five ways to still see theatre when you're skint
By Ben Hewis · 7 Jan 2014 · Southwest

It's January, no one has any money. But that doesn't mean you have to wait until the next payday to go to the theatre

Hot Air (Bristol)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 30 Jul 2013 · Southwest
Myrtle Theatre are a clever bunch. By developing a community based piece of Verbatim Theatre, they have chosen something quintessentially Bristolian, spans the entire community and brings ...
Aardman and War Horse team join biennial Bristol Festival of Puppetry
By Simon Cole · 24 Jul 2013 · Southwest
Fireside Tales with Granddad Bristol will be abuzz with all things puppet-related as the internationally renowned biennial festival kicks off at the end of August with a bursting ...
Squally Showers (Bristol)
By Simon Cole · 21 Jul 2013 · Southwest
Squally Showers is the epitome of surreal. Set in the context of a 1980's television studio, the contrastingly futuristic silver and white set of headless mannequins, and shimmering ...

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