11 Jul 2013
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The Role of Theatre Critics

There has been much discussion recently about the changing face of theatre reviews and the need for them within the industry. Dom O’Hanlon takes a look at the differences between the West End and Broadway, and asks if British audiences enjoy rejecting the word of the critics.

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21 May 2013
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The Perks and Problems of Theatre Previews

After ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ cancels its first previews, Dominic O’Hanlon explores the problems surrounding the preview period, and how audience can make history as well as pick up a bargain.

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21 Mar 2013
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The Book of Mormon – A Masterclass in Marketing

As a Londoner I have known the Mormons were coming since last Autumn and as I theatre lover I have known a lot longer! This article is about the success of The Book of Mormon marketing campaign and how it has thrust the show to centre stage of London theatre. Enjoy!

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What do you get if you combine The Mousetrap, The Play That Goes Wrong and Oklahoma!? A musical whodunnit comedy. Well, ...

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Andrew Lloyd Webber has recently announced that his new version of Cinderella is set to waltz into the West End later this year. Another version of Cinderella? Yes, Cinderella is one of the most popular fairy tales of all time – with too many stage adaptations to count – so, why should you be excited […]

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One of the beauties of the film Amélie is that very little happens. There’s no drama, no test of faith and no real obstacles to be overcome. And yet it’s mesmerising, whimsical and charming. So how could a musical adaptation live up to its following, especially when Yann Tiersen already created a fantastic score? Amélie […]

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