Goodness me I love this time of year! Why? Because I get to bask in the sun with a pint of cider at the London Wonderground before heading into the magical spiegeltent to watch some freaky circus. It is a glorious existence! Luckily for me, summer came a few weeks early as I was invited […]
What better way to perk up a Wednesday than a trip to the Waldorf Hilton to interview cast members from Let It Be. IN BED!
As well as sitting down with Into The Woods film director, Rob Marshall, and producer, John DeLuca, I had the pleasure of meeting Marc Platt, another producers of the film and producer of Broadway and West End sensation, Wicked. During our meeting at the Corinthia Hotel in Central London, Marc told me all about his work with Into The Woods and confirmed that Wicked will indeed be turned into a film!
WANT TO WIN AN INTO THE WOODS CD SOUNDTRACK? JUST SHARE THIS PAGE ON TWITTER AND TAG @THEATREOFFICIAL BEFORE MIDDAY ON 30TH JANUARY! Not only was I lucky enough to have been invited to review new film, Into The Woods, at an advance screening in December, I was invited to interview the director Rob Marshall […]
I was lucky enough to catch up with Aled Jones to chat about what we can expect from White Christmas, which runs at the Dominion Theatre from the 8th November to the 3rd January 2015. Check out what Aled had to say about his role as Bob Wallace as well as hearing his favourite thing about Christmas and his thoughts on his good friend Lorraine Kelly!
I personally love the music of The Kinks so it was a true pleasure to chat to the lads playing them in new Musical; Sunny Afternoon! Watch my interview with George Maguire (Dave Davies), Ned Derrington (Pete Quaife), John Dagleish (Ray Davies) and Adam Sopp (Mick Avory) as the talk about life as The Kinks.
We caught up with stage and TV actress, Kellie Shirley, who tells us all about her role in Great Britain at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.
The Commitments has just celebrated its first birthday on the West End and we were lucky enough to be invited along to the knees up! The wine was flowing, the audience was clapping and best of all, we got to see this super fun show once again!
Just a couple of days before the big event we caugt up with some of the new cast of the show, Brian Gilligan who plays the new “Deco” and John McLarnon who plays the new “Outspan.”
We were lucky enough to be invited to the exclusive press launch of the show, held in the Coliseum’s Sky Bar (which incidentally had laid out some truly wonderful chocolate cookies for our arrival…YES!) Whilst at the launch we heard from the fabulous (and pant wettingly hilarious) Emma Thompson and her equally fabulous co-star Bryn “voice sent from heaven” Terfel. Check out the video below to see what the pair had to say about the show plus see some exclusive footage taken from the shows initial New York Run.
Butler is the latest Boone on the block! Yep, that’s right, young actor Graham Butler has landed one of the West End’s biggest and best roles as Christopher Boone, the central character in the critically acclaimed stage adaption of Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time.