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20 Dec

Our #FirstNightTakeover series continues with Perry O’Bree attending the West End opening of CAROLINE, OR CHANGE at the Playhouse Theatre, continuing in the West End to 9 February 2019 following sell-out seasons at Chichester and Hampstead. Perry was there at the after-party to catch up with several members of the cast including Sharon D Clarke (who “blew the roof off the Playhouse”), Naana Agyei-Ampadu, Alastair Brookshaw, Me’sha Bryan and Lauren Ward. It turned out to be quite an emotional night!

24 Sep

Following sell-out seasons at Chichester and Hampstead, Jeanine Tesori & Tony Kushner’s celebrated musical will run at London’s Playhouse Theatre from 20 November 2018 to 9 February 2019. Among the #StageFaves joining Sharon D Clarke are Alastair Brookshaw, Sue Kelvin, Keisha Amponsa Banson, Ako Mitchell, Teddy Kempner & Lauren Ward.

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...

31 Jan

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...

14 Sep

When you know someone can do the job, why wouldn't you ask them back? After Rachel Tucker's current tenth birthday return run in WICKED, another popular former 'Elphaba', Dutch star Willemijn Verkaik, flies back into the show - along with 'Madame Morrible' returnee Sue Kelvin and new 'Nessarose' Sarah McNicholas - in the new year...

14 Mar

My biases when it comes to Bar Mitzvah Boy... plus director Stewart Nicholls explains how he's reclaimed this gem, previously a notorious West End flop that ran for only 77 performances.