The opening of new West End musical Hamilton has been postponed due to building delays. The show, which has been a hit on Broadway, was due to open in London on 21 November. However, the Victoria Palace Theatre will not be ready in time following.
But Dominic Cooke's superb revival, reverting to the structure of the 1971 original and ditching the optimistic conclusion that marred the 1987 West End production, gives this bleakly festive musical a poetic unity I didn't realise it possessed. The.
Kelsey Grammer is the big fish that this staging of the 2013 musical by John August and Andrew Lippa has reeled in and he's quite the catch. He brings a dry wit and outrageous bombast to the character of Edward Bloom, a tall-tale-telling dad who can't.
Above the Stag's latest musical He Shoots! He Scores! shows us the adventures of country boy Joe (Jamie Barwood) and a London -based gay football team as they travel to Spain to compete in a major tournament…which turns out not to be quite as gay as.
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Louise Redknapp is set to tread the boards for the first time as she makes her stage debut in Cabaret. The former pop star and Strictly Come Dancing contestant will play iconic character Sally Bowles alongside Will Young in the UK tour of the much.
An American in Paris, Dominion Theatre, London , review: Leanne Cope as Lise can go from wide-eyed to slinky in one ... The Independent.
The London Eye is busiest between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. during the UK school holidays, and is quieter at the beginning and end of their opening hours, which vary throughout the year. As a rough guide, summer hours are 10am -- 8.30pm, and winter hours are 11am.
Although Adrian Mole was 50 this year — official birthday April 2, 1967 — he will forever be 13¾, pining for his true love and worried about his spots. Sue Townsend's immortal comic character lives in a more innocent time, before the internet or Isis.
Yank! is reminiscent of the war musicals of Rogers & Hammerstein (South Pacific) where romance, between a man and woman, was inter-spliced with memorable musical numbers. In Yank!, brothers David and Joseph Zellnik have created a gay WWII love story.
The classic musical 'Evita' has returned to the West End to mark the 65th anniversary of the death of Eva Perón, the woman who was revered in Argentina not only as the wife of that country's President Juan Perón but also as a woman who was perhaps more.