Review by Anne O’Donoghue Sitting in a garden in Kensington I was treated to an enchanting and magical performance of
When I stood on my balcony on New Years Eve thinking about the year to come, of all the things
Jermyn Street’s new season is taking a blended approach with an option to be in the audience at their central
Sequins. Lights. Rainbows. Happiness. Dancers. Wigs. Screaming (so much screaming.) More sequins. Lights that are rainbows. Tears. Hiding your tears
Billed as one of the hottest shows in town (and, yes, I know there aren’t many open currently) I have
One of the interesting thing about interviews now largely being conducted by Zoom is that little insight you get into
West End Theatre’s back! Did you miss it? The Apollo Theatre certainly hopes so.
A monologue on a West End stage without a household name feels like a huge risk. In any other time