Will a brand-new digital song cycle bring you hope in dark times? The casting alone is raising ou hopes. Over 100 performers, recording in lockdown isolation, will bring to life this new musical trilogy composed by over 60 composers and broadcast by The Other Palace.
Check out the line-up for Lambert Jackson Productions and Theatre Café’s first week of their Leave A Light On series, beginning today (23 March 2020). The series of intimate, piano vocal concerts streamed live from The Theatre Café will feature performances from Blake Patrick Anderson, Aimie Atkinson, Christopher Cameron, Alice Fearn, Victoria Hamilton-Barritt, Evelyn Hoskins, David Hunter, Cassidy Janson, Lucie Jones, Bradley Judge and Harry Cooper Miller, Emma Kingston, Sarah O’Connor, Steph Parry, Danielle Steers and Layton Williams.
Did you hear that Gander is going to be welcoming (via London’s Phoenix Theatre) a bunch of new members of the Come From Away community from 10 February 2020 as the award-winning musical begins its second year in the West End? Surely a return visit is in order.
A stream of A-listers including Paul McCartney, Bryan Cranston, Judi Dench, Henry Cavill, Whoopi Goldberg, Jack Black, Steve Martin and more have contributed to a music video for ‘The Hero – A West End & Friends Tribute’ alongside stars of London’s West End (Charlie Stemp, Marisha Wallace, Cleve September, Kerry Ellis and oodles more #StageFaves). Everyone involved wished to pay thanks to servicemen and women around the world and to raise money for the UK charity, Help For Heroes.
Fresh from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Chris Jarman joins the West End cast of Wicked from 23 July 2018 alongside current cast member Rosa O’Reilly who takes over the role of Nessarose.
Ex EastEnder David Witts has been wooed back from three years in LA to play Fiyero in Wicked at the Apollo Victoria Theatre this summer.
One of our fave musical theatre directors interviewing a series of our #StageFaves... starting with Tyrone Huntley, Alice Fearn, Fra Fee, Harriet Thorpe, Lara Denning, Julie Atherton and Mark Anderson? That's a weekly podcast we'll be tuning in to for sure... care of the new IMDB of theatre app, Stagedoor.
WICKED has announced the opening of its (wait for it!) 25th new booking period. Over 500,000 new tickets for the smash-hit, telling the untold story of the witches of Oz, are now being released, with booking extended to Saturday 24 May 2019. (And by the way, we love this romantic pic of current Glinda and Fiyero, Sophie Evans and Bradley Jaden.)
Something WICKED this way comes...and keeps on coming, again and again! The worldwide smash-hit show that explores the untold story of the witches of Oz flew into its 12th year at London's Apollo Victoria Theatre on Wednesday 27 Septemberand is about to become the 15th longest running show in London theatre history!
We love it when an understudy steps fully into the spotlight so splendiforous congrats to Alice Fearn, who is a standby Elphaba no more. She's joined by Sophie Evans as Glinda and several other WICKED newbies from 24 July 2017 at the Apollo Victoria...
As WICKED welcomes cast changes this week - including Willemijn Verkaik returning to the role of Elphaba - yet-another new booking period for the long-running West End production at the Apollo Victoria Theatre...
London audiences will get a sneak-peek at Broadway musical DISASTER! in a semi-staged, charity concert presentation this Sunday at the Charing Cross Theatre, where the stellar cast of #StageFaves includes Simon Lipkin, Oliver Tompsett, Sally Ann Triplett , Jodie Jacobs, Alice Fearn and Sandra Marvin...
The hit West End production of Wicked is now booking until 4 November 2017, it has been announced as the new cast begin performances in the show...
How appropriate: SUNDAY AT THE MUSICALS concluded with Marti Webb singing "Tell Me on a Sunday". It was one of more than 20+ barnstorming performances by #StageFaves divas. Check out the full running order and pics from the concert, sponsored by Stage Faves...
She's coming home! After wowing Broadway audiences, Rachel Tucker returns to the UK to help celebrate the 10th anniversary of WICKED in the West End. She'll reprise her role as Elphaba alongside Australian import Suzie Mathers as Glinda from 5 September. Also joining the cast is Anita Dobson as Madame Morrible and some other familiar names return to mark the milestone...