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.
It began on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017 & now Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ ‘her-story’ has just opened in Sydney, has its Broadway debut in February, is currently touring the UK, and as celebrations begin for its first birthday at London’s Arts Theatre, the West End run has just been extended until 31 January 2021. It’s a musical theatre fairy tale like no other.
There will be a new Queen in town when Sophie Isaacs is crowned the next Katherine Howard in the West End production of Six The Musical at the Arts Theatre from 21 January 2020.
It’s a special Royal announcement. Not only has the hit run of Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ Six The Musical been extended by another six months to 5 July 2020 at London’s Arts Theatre, there are four new Queens standing by to ascend the throne(s).
Has the date sneaked up on you too? Can you believe that tomorrow (Sunday 28 October 2018) is the night of the theatre’s hottest fundraiser? Comedian Tom Allen hosts this year’s WEST END BARES, while Eva Noblezada opens the show. And who’s stripping off? (Well, we’re stripping off 20% with a last-minute discount!)
While Jim Steinman’s Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical continues to be performed in Germany and on a North American tour, the award-winning production at the Dominion Theatre will bid farewell on 5 January 2019. BOOH fans prepare…
Bet you are keen to find out who our vlogger Perry O'Bree caught up with at West End Live 2018? Watch all his backstage video interviews from Day One with West End stars including Louise Dearman, Trevor Dion Nicholas, Marisha Wallace and Danielle Steers and many others from Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Aladdin The Musical, Motown The Musical, Bat Out of Hell and Eugenius! – to name a few!
Just as popular as it was during the last London season, Jim Steinman’s Bat Out Of Hell – The Musical has announced a new booking period ahead of its official opening on 19 April 2018.
Rewrite this Story blogger Olivia Mitchell attended - and rocked out - at this week's showcase for BAT OUT OF HELL, about to reopen at the West End's Dominion Theatre. Here's her report and live-tweeting for #StageFaves - plus watch the full showcase livestream...
Time to discover who is joining Andrew Polec and Christina Bennington in the cast for the 2018 West End run of Jim Steinman’s musical BAT OUT OF HELL, opening at London’s Dominion Theatre on 2 April 2018.
Our #FirstNightTakeover series continues with Perry O'Bree attending the official world premiere (on 20 June 2017) of BAT OUT OF HELL at the London Coliseum. Which rock 'n' roll celebrities did he meet on the red carpet and at the after-party? (Here's a hint. The names include: McFly's Tom Fletcher, Craig Revel Horwood, Steps' Lisa Scott Lee and Faye Tozer, Arlene Phillips, Richard Fleeshman, Nathan Amzi and, well, tons of the cast and creatives!)
Would you do anything for tickets to the stage musical version of Jim Steinman's BAT OUT OF HELL? An extra fortnight's worth have now gone on sale for the West End season, starting previews next week at the London Coliseum. Get revved...
Andrew Polec, Christina Bennington and the cast of BAT OUT OF HELL are making Jim Steinman's 40-year-old dream come true - and doing so in spectacular fashion as evidenced by new production footage released today ahead of the show's London transfer (and official world premiere) in June...
Casting has been announced today - via the Daily Mail's Baz Bamigboye - for next year's BAT OUT OF HELL, the premiere stage adaptation of Meat Loaf's trilogy of rock albums. American Andrew Polec and Belfast-born Christina Bennington will star as teen lovers Strat and Raven, joined by other familiar #StageFaves...