A new musical called Molly Wobbly…the title doesn’t exactly give much away, but I was lead to believe it was something to do with boobs. So, who doesn’t love a good show about breasts?
An honest review of Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days starring Juliet Stevenson.
It feels pretty apt that as I sit and reflect on Pinot Productions latest musical offering, I Love You Because, I am sipping a sweet, warm milky coffee. The show maintains quirky references to coffee throughout, thus encapsulating the perils of the New York dating scene through the modern drink of choice (rather like a […]
Official Theatre checked out the sell out production of new musical American Psycho at the Almeida Theatre in Islington, starring Matt Smith in the lead role of Patrick Bateman.
Susan Stroman’s skillful direction makes this Kander and Ebb musical the best show of 2013.
The show is certainly flawed and far from glossy but it’s hard to leave at the end without feeling like you’ve been part of something, whether that’s the trials of the characters or the efforts of the cast and crew.
A Puppetry interpretation of “The Scottish Play” – The Kingdom of Fife has become a sick menagerie, with the fowl fowls plotting to move up the pecking order to obtain the thrown. Ingenious!
Official Theatre went to the brand new Platform Theatre by King’s Cross to see a new Russian play by Belka Productions that brought together Bunin and Chekhov in a brand new way. Read our review and let us know your comments!
Official Theatre headed up to Walthamstow to see the first London revival of CY Coleman and Neil Simon’s musical ‘Little Me’ by All Star Productions at the Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre. Read our 3 star review and let us know what you thought by adding your comments below!
Official Theatre reviewed the new production of Title of Show at the Landor Theatre in Clapham, which marks the musical’s first London production.