Off-West End Picks for January 2010
By Editorial Staff · 5 Jan 2010 · Off-West End
The Christmas celebrations are over and your stocking will be gathering dust in the attic for another year. But rather than relentlessly counting down the days until your sunny summer holiday, embra
The Waste Land
By Michael Coveney · 4 Jan 2010 · West End
T S Eliot’s poem of visionary lamentation was first performed by Fiona Shaw at Wilton’s twelve years ago; she returns for a brief visit as part of a fund-raising campaign for this wonderfu
Opening: Barbershopera II, Playhouse Petticoats
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Jan 2010 · West End
Amongst the major openings in London - in the West End and further afield - this week are: OPENING TUESDAY, 5 January 2010, a capella comedy Barbershopera II, a hit at last year's Edinburgh ...
Jermyn Street Whistles for Sondheim's Birthday
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Jan 2010 · West End
Stephen Sondheim’s 1964 musical Anyone Can Whistle is being revived at the Jermyn Street Theatre in March to mark the composer's 80th birthday.The production, which runs from 10 March to 17 Apri
Looking Ahead: Theatre Highlights for 2010
By Editorial Staff · 4 Jan 2010 · West End
Will it be a happy new year for theatregoers? Michael Coveney and Terri Paddock consult their crystal balls to see what’s coming up in 2010 in the West End and beyond, with major milestones incl
La bohème (OperaUpClose)
By Simon Thomas · 1 Jan 2010 · West End
NOTE: The following review dates from January 2010 and this production's original run at the Cock Tavern in Kilburn. Aspects of the script have been updated to set the story in Soho for the run at ...
Brief Encounter With ... Skellig Author David Almond
By Jo Caird Theatergoer Reporter · 28 Dec 2009 · West End
David Almond shot to fame in 1998 when Skellig, his debut novel for young people, was awarded the Carnegie Medal and the Whitbread Children's Book Award. It tells the story of Michael, a 10-y
Abi Titmuss Gets Stage Fright at Canal Cafe, Feb
By Theo Bosanquet · 28 Dec 2009 · West End
Fresh from her recent stint as Lady Macbeth (See News, 16 Nov 2009), Abi Titmuss will continue her theatrical reinvention in the new year when she stars in new comedy Stage Fright at LondonR
Looking Back … 2009 Off-West End Highlights
By Editorial Staff · 23 Dec 2009 · Off-West End
2009 was a year that saw big names in small spaces, a continuation of the site-specific trend, innovative musical revivals and fresh reimaginings of classic texts. Here, our Off-West End review team ...
High Society
By Mark Valencia · 23 Dec 2009 · Off-West End
As a movie, High Society was a thief that stole its class. It's not the familiar MGM polish that's kept the memory alive, it's the glittering cast (Crosby, Kelly, Sinatra) plus a small handful ...

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