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A stylish musical exploring Jane Austen'??s love affairs and her struggle to become a published author in a male dominated industry. Although Jane Austen'??s novels are well known the world over very few documents survive to reveal the secret events of her own love life. Austen highlights her most important relationships and mostly in her own words.
This is 29 Acacia Road. And this is Eric Wimp. He's a schoolboy who leads an amazing double life. For when Eric eats a banana an amazing transformation occurs. Eric is Bananaman. Ever alert for the call to action.
She's grotesque. A possessive beast of a woman, to be sure. But look on the bright side, Beau: she's got a lovely personality. Somewhere. Under all the fur. A fairytale land, far, far away. A handsome young bookworm who always dreamt of more. A hideous beast, in her cursed castle? It's a tale as old as time, as you've never heard it before. This Christmas, from the creators of the award-winning sellout hit Buzz: A New Musical, comes a big hairy dollop of festive fun. With a cast of five and an onstage musician, brace yourself for 90 minutes of boundless energy and musical madness as Fat Rascal Theatre explore whether fairytales really can come true - even when the princess doesn't quite fit the slipper. Join us for our brand new, gender-swapped parody of Beauty and the Beast.
William Bloom, a young man who is facing the imminent death of his father, the travelling salesman Edward. As his father lies on his deathbed, William recalls their time together and comes to realise he wasn't the impulsive liar he believed he was, and develops an understanding of Edward's exaggerations.
Boys in the Buff is a musical revue about body image, diets, the gym, selfies, Botox, nip 'n' tucks, photo shopping and what we endure trying to look good. It's a show about everybody for everybody!
Louisiana, 1963, in the immediate aftermath of the Kennedy assassination. Caroline, a black maid to a southern Jewish family, is struggling to keep afloat emotionally and economically, while the young son of her employer tries to make sense of the world following the death of his mother. A musical exploration of human relationships, love, loss and social transformation.
The End of History is about a class of GCSE students attempting to get to grips with puberty - and the events of the 20th century. From the Treaty of Versailles to the fall of the Berlin Wall, via Munich and mocks, Potsdam and parties, Cuba and crushes, is their future any more certain than the past? And might the 'end' of history be the beginning of something else? From 1920s' French jazz to 1980s' rock, via swing, bebop and rock n' roll, the End of History is a musical for the 21st century which will appeal to anyone interested in the 20th century.
A classic love story between two kids - Eugene and Janey. She is mad on him, but he always has his head inside a comic book - so much so that he actually writes his own comic about a superhero. Against the odds, Eugene's creations take him to Hollywood and he becomes the unlikely hero of his own intergalactic battle! Full of music from the 80's.
Based on Sutton Vane's "Onward Bound" and set on board a cruise ship in the autumn of 1924 as Britain mourns loved ones lost in the First World War.
Work in Progress performance.
His woman left him, he's broke, and it's almost five o'clock in the mornin'. But don't be worrying about our hero Nomax. Out of his '30s-style radio pop five guys named Moe who cajole, wheedle, comfort, and jazz him with the whimsical hit songs of Louis Jordan, one of the most beloved songwriting talents of the twentieth century.
Marble Arch pop-up Theatre. Marble Arch, London, W1C 1CX
The year is 1967, and the Vietnam War is at its height. In New York City, a tribe of hippies rails against the establishment, protesting intolerance, brutality, and the dehumanization of society. When Claude, one of their own, gets drafted, he must make a decision about what values are worth fighting for. Songs include 'Aquarius', 'Good Morning Starshine', 'Let the Sunshine In'.
A musical comedy set in the Sunnyside holiday Camp in the 1950's. Dazzling costumes, great dance routines and fabulous music are guaranteed as you journey through the rock 'n' roll years on an all singing, all dancing holiday of a lifetime.
Five star, total sell out show Edinburgh Fringe 2016 and The Vaults Festival 2017. Funny Women and Laughing Horse New Act Of The Year Semi Finalists. Sunday Times, Marie Claire and Elle Magazine Pick Of The Edinburgh Fringe 2016. Evening Standard Pick of The Vaults Festival 2017. Did we mention the cast are making it up as they go along? Did we mention it's a musical? Featuring a live band and original, improvised songs. Notflix. Because Everything is better as a musical!
When Deb loses her most precious possession - the notes to her graduate thesis - she unwittingly starts a chain of events that turns the ordinary days of four New Yorkers into something extraordinary. Told through a series of intricately connected songs and vignettes, Ordinary Days is an original musical about growing up and enjoying the view.
A band of travelling players tell the tale of Pippin, first born son of the warlord Charlemagne, who, after a sheltered life of academe, discovers women and war. Longing to live an extraordinary life, Pippin makes a series of choices, but learns ultimately that glory for the individual is usually at the expense of others.
Sydney drag queen Mitzi and her two fish-out-water friends, Felicia and Bernadette, are heading west across the desert to Alice Springs in their battered old bus. They are each on their own personal journey of discovery, but together they put on a show unlike anything the locals have ever seen before. The musical is fashioned around disco hits including I Love the Night Life, I Will Survive, Shake Your Grove Thing and Finally. Based on the Oscar-winning film.
The Rink explores the complex and bittersweet relationship between a mother and daughter who are trying to stitch their lives back together again after seven years apart. Anna Antonelli has run the roller skating rink for her entire adult life having been left firstly by her husband and then her daughter. When Anna finally decides to sell the rink and move away, her daughter Angel returns, looking to resurrect the rink and exorcise her childhood demons in the place she once knew as home.
Angelique makes beautiful chocolates, carefully infused with all the emotion that seems to overwhelm her in daily life. Jean-Rene runs a chocolate factory that is running out of steam, rather like his own existence. Both seek help from the usual sources: Jean-Rene favours self-help tapes and Angelique joins a support group, Les Emotifs Anonymes. Romantics Anonymous is an unusual and tender love story in which the obstacles to happiness are not the usual external barriers, but those sneaky little ones we know all too intimately: the ones within.
A Family willing to risk everything. The remarkable story of how a father, mother and their sons changed the world.
Winter 1982. Two boys are about to form an unlikely friendship. Will Proudfoot is a member of the Plymouth Brethren, forbidden from watching TV or films. Lee Carter is the wild child, school trouble-maker. When Lee blows Will's mind with a pirate copy of Rambo: First Blood, this unlikely pair collaborate on a homemade sequel. Their movie changes the lives of all around them. Will's recently-widowed mum, Sarah, begins to question her faith as family friend Joshua confesses his love for her. Lee's brother Barry fights for the love of his girlfriend Tina, who must choose between Barry, university or the French exchange sexpot, Didier. Based on the cult hit film, Son of Rambow is a heart-warming and hilarious story about two boys with a big video camera and even bigger ambitions. Set to an original 80s pop soundtrack from Miranda Cooper, one of the UK's most successful pop writers, who has spent more years on the UK chart than any other female songwriter in history.
The demon barber of Fleet Street who used to kill customers and dispose of them in meat pies! Set in Victorian London. Sweeney is bent on revenge for the death of his wife and has started to murder indiscriminately - and suddenly meat for the pie shop next door is no longer in short supply!
True story of William Haines, the silent screen star who was fired by Louis B Mayer of MGM Studios because he was gay and refused to marry and give up his lifelong partner Jimmy Shields. In 1930, William 'Billy' Haines was one of MGM's most idolised male stars, second only to John Gilbert. On screen he was tailor-made to get the girl in the last reel. On the back lot he cruised every bit player and stagehand in sight. Billy lived openly with his lover and former stand-in Jimmy Shields. This was tolerated by the studio until rumours started to seep out into the wider world. Louis B Mayer ordered him to marry the sultry silent screen vamp Pola Negri. Billy refused and so Louis B Mayer fired him. Billy's defiance of the studio led to his second and even more successful career as an interior designer to the stars. The Tailor-Made Man is a story about Hollywood and its system and hypocrisy, but above all it is the story of Billy and Jimmy's turbulent, passionate love affair that survived and lasted over 50 years.
Marion and Laura's new drawing master has come to introduce some variety into their quiet lives. However, his chance meeting with a mysterious woman dressed all in white entangles the sisters in a web of fraud madness and murder. The only person who can unravel the mystery is the woman in white, who claims to know a secret which would free them all. But how far can they trust someone who has just escaped from a lunatic asylum?