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WOS TV: Top Theatre Video Picks - 21 Oct 2010

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The Whatsonstage.com Television channel is a rapidly expanding archive of theatre-related video content. As well as our exclusive first night reports, we regularly add show trailers, event promos, interviews, video diaries and behind-the-scenes footage.

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  • La Soiree La Soiree welcomes a fabulous line-up of world-renowned artists including Captain Frodo, The English Gents, David O'Mer (Bath Boy) and Miss Behave back to London. Last seen in the capital when La Clique closed the Hippodrome in 2009, this year they will conduct proceedings in the exquisite Magic Mirrors - a delicious auditorium of carved wood, polished mirrors, crystal and leadlight - all on London's South Bank. In town for a limited season only so if you’re keen for some big top fun, book now.

  • Men Should Weep - Sharon Small, who plays Maggie Morrison, one of the great stage roles for women, and Karen Dunbar, hailed as 'Scotland's funniest female', who plays neighbour Mrs Harris, talk about the current show playing in the Lyttelton Theatre at the National. Ena Lamont Stewart's Men Should Weep, was voted one of the top hundred plays of the last century in the NT millennium poll and is directed by Josie Rourke.

  • Palladium hits 100 Andrew Lloyd Webber hosts a star-studded birthday party for the world-famous London Palladium, which celebrates its 100th anniversary on 26th December 2010. 

In this exclusive footage he is joined by Sunday Night at the London Palladium star Bruce Forsyth and Danielle Hope, who will next year play Dorothy on the Palladium stage in Andrew's production of The Wizard of Oz, to unveil a commemorative plaque - and cut the impressive cake.

  • Say cheese…! JB Priestley's most loved British comedy returns to London this autumn. Set in the heart of Northern England, When We are Married sees three respectable couples, married on the same day, at the same church, and by the same vicar, join to celebrate 25 years of blissful matrimony - or so they think. Starring a quite sensational cast including Olivier Award Nominated Rosemary Ashe, Susie Blake, Roy Hudd and Olivier Award winning Maureen Lipman, theatergoers are set to enjoy some superb comedy acting. Until then, we have a video full of superb comedy faces – perfect!

    Selections by David Grewcock. You can view
    these – & many more – clips on
    If you've seen something you think is worth a watch for theatregoers,
    then please email us the clip or a link to it.
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