WOS TV: Kerry Ellis' Wickedly Good New Elphaba
By Editorial Staff
Kerry Ellis received a standing ovation last week (Monday 9 January 2007, previews from 1 January) when she became the first British actress to take on the role of Elphaba in hit Broadway musical W
WOS TV: Your Nominees Discuss Award Accolades
By Editorial Staff
Over 500 guests descended on Café de Paris on Friday (1 December 2006) for the star-studded launch of the Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers’ Choice Awards, the only major theatre awards voted for by ...
WOS TV: Connie & Co Celebrate Sound of Music Hit
By Editorial Staff
The winner of BBC talent search How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria? Connie Fisher faced the music – and danced - last night (15 November 2006, previews from 3 November) in her West End ...
WOS TV: Nunn & Porgy Stars Give Gershwin Credit
By Editorial Staff
Trevor Nunn’s much-anticipated new version of the Gershwins’ ground-breaking jazz opera Porgy and Bess premiered last night (9 November 2006, previews from 25 October) at the West End’s ...
WOS TV: Dirty Dancing Stars Have Time of Their Life
By Editorial Staff
Screen-to-stage adaptation Dirty Dancing received its UK premiere in front of a star-studded audience last night (24 October 2006, previews from 29 September) at the Aldwych Theatre (See News,...
WOS TV: Idle & Python's Palin Enjoy Spam with Stars
By Editorial Staff
After critics attended on Monday to pass their judgment (See Review Round-up, 16 Oct 2006), the celebrities converged on the West End’s Palace Theatre last night (17 October 2006, previews from 30 ...
WOS TV: Menzel & Garcia Share Wicked Thoughts
By Editorial Staff
Broadway blockbuster musical Wicked received its UK premiere last night (27 September 2006, previews from 7 September) in grand style at the West End’s Apollo Victoria theatre, where, rather ...
WOS TV: Javine, Harvey & Collins Discuss Daddy
By Editorial Staff
Boney M compilation musical Daddy Cool received its world premiere last night (21 September 2006, previews from 15 August) at the West End’s Shaftesbury Theatre (See News, 7 Jul 2006). Th
WOS TV: Hitchcock Hasn’t Last Laugh on 39 Steps
By Editorial Staff
Following its sell-out season at north London’s Tricycle Theatre (See News, 23 Aug 2006), the comic stage adaptation of John Buchan’s whodunit The 39 Steps transferred to the West End’s ...
WOS TV: Vicars Raise Laughs at See How They Run
By Editorial Staff
Philip King’s classic wartime farce See How They Run returned to the West End last night (29 June 2006, previews from 20 June) in a production at the Duchess Theatre directed by actor-...