Review: Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (Duke Of York)

Reviewed by Ksenya Gray 16th May 2017 Reviewer Rating: ★★★★★ Crude, ambitious and exactly what the West End needs right now. After a sell-out run at the National Theatre, this Olivier award-winning production of 'Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour' has finally transferred to the heart of the West End and resides in the Duke of York … Continue reading Review: Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (Duke Of York)

Alice Fearn: Just Me & A Piano

Reviewed by Sophie Ross Reviewer rating: ★★★★★ Currently starring as Standby Elphaba in Wicked, Alice Fearn took to the stage last night at the Crazy Coqs for her second cabaret style show. Accompanied by MD Nick Barstow she performed in front of an ever so intimate yet jam-packed audience filled with fans, friends and family. It … Continue reading Alice Fearn: Just Me & A Piano

Our top picks at Zédel this season ★

The Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zédel is one of the hottest and most intimate venues in town. Seating just 80 people, it's the perfect place to be up close and personal with your favourite stars. Here are our top picks/must see shows at Live at Zédel this season... Alice Fearn - May 14th 2017 Currently Wicked's standby Elphaba, … Continue reading Our top picks at Zédel this season ★

Full line-up confirmed for Giggin4Good’s SONGS4SOI Concert at The Actors’ Church, Covent Garden

  On Sunday May 28th, Giggin4Good is set to hold it’s tenth charity concert Songs4Soi. Taking place at the Actors’ Church in the heart of Covent Garden. The show, hosted by Benjamin-Vivian Jones and features a line-up of West End alumni including James Gillan (Everybody's Talking About Jamie, Wicked) Savannah Stevenson (Wicked) and Emma Williams (Half … Continue reading Full line-up confirmed for Giggin4Good’s SONGS4SOI Concert at The Actors’ Church, Covent Garden

Review: Audra McDonald – In Concert (Leicester Square Theatre)

Reviewed by Sophie Ross April 12th 2017 Reviewer rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ Last night, Six-time Tony award winning Audra McDonald opened her four night residency at the Leicester Square Theatre. Although she may not be a big name in the UK, she is certainly a Broadway sensation and it's wonderful to have her back in London. … Continue reading Review: Audra McDonald – In Concert (Leicester Square Theatre)

Review: The Winters Tale (Barbican)

Reviewed by Ksenya Grey April 6th 2017 Reviewer rating: 'Jealousy is a disease, love is a healthy condition' Cheek by Jowl’s internationally renowned touring production of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale has landed at the Barbican, and it is a work of brilliance. The plays of William Shakespeare are so embodied into our theatre culture that … Continue reading Review: The Winters Tale (Barbican)

Review: Lizzie The Musical (Greenwich Theatre)

Reviewed by Sophie Ross 24th February 2016 Reviewer rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ It's fair to say that a trip to see Lizzie The Musical, won't be your average night out to the theatre. Making it's UK debut at the Greenwich Theatre, it tells the story of a suspected murderess in the victorian era. The book, written … Continue reading Review: Lizzie The Musical (Greenwich Theatre)

Review: The Girls (Phoenix Theatre)

Reviewed by Sophie Ross Wednesday 22nd February Reviewer rating: ★ ★★ ★ It's the return of the well-known Calendar Girls with Gary Barlow and Tim Fifth's new musical The Girls. Opening at the Phoenix Theatre this week, the show follows a Yorkshire WI group as they pose for a nude calendar to raise money after the … Continue reading Review: The Girls (Phoenix Theatre)

Review: The Wild Party (The Other Palace)

Reviewed by Ksenya Gray Tuesday 21st February Reviewer rating:★ ★ ★ ★ The relaunch of St James Theatre as The Other Palace warranted a party and that’s exactly what it got.  Starting off the 2017 season under the Artistic Direction of Paul Taylor-Mills, Michael John LaChiusa's dark and dazzling jazz-age Broadway musical is brought to … Continue reading Review: The Wild Party (The Other Palace)

Review: The Kite Runner (Wyndhams Theatre)

Reviewed by Sophie Ross 10th January 2016 Reviewer rating:★ ★★ ★ Khaled Hossenini's, The Kite Runner opened at the Wyndhams Theatre last night following the success of both the novel and film. It tells the story of Afghanistan over the span of 25 years, through troubled times. Transforming into a play adaption, Matthew Spangler has … Continue reading Review: The Kite Runner (Wyndhams Theatre)