Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella – Tour Dates

New Adventures are delighted to announce the tour dates for the much-anticipated return of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella.  The tour opens on Saturday 9 December 2017 at Sadler’s Wells where it plays a seven-week season until Saturday 27 January 2018. See below for a list of confirmed venues. One of New Adventures’ most loved productions Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella is a thrilling and evocative love story, set in London … Continue reading Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella – Tour Dates

Miss Saigon Tour: Rehearsal Pictures

Rehearsals are underway for the UK and Ireland tour of Miss Saigon. Check out a behind the scenes look into the rehearsal room… Following a record breaking London run and Tony nominated opening on Broadway, the tour will open at Curve Leicester on 1 July 2017. Cameron Mackintosh is delighted to announce final casting for his acclaimed production of Boublil and Schönberg’s legendary musical Miss Saigon. Ryan … Continue reading Miss Saigon Tour: Rehearsal Pictures

News: The Other Palace Development Programme

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Paul Taylor Mills are delighted to announce details for The Other Palace Development Programme and first Work in Progress series until December 2017.  The Other Palace opened in February 2017 as a new home for musical theatre. The venue aims to discover, develop and reimagine musicals. The team want the spaces to be used to nurture the next generation of musicals, … Continue reading News: The Other Palace Development Programme

Interview: Matthew Crouzieres (Alice’s Adventures Underground)

A couple of weeks ago, I was lucky enough to be invited to Alice’s Adventures Underground. Hidden away under Waterloo station, an immersive world awaits with cocktails, Flamingo Croquet and much, much more! As part of the Bloggers’ Press Night, we also got the chance to speak to some of the actors after the show, including Matthew Crouzieres. Having been with the show since its 2015 run, Matthew … Continue reading Interview: Matthew Crouzieres (Alice’s Adventures Underground)

Review: The Wonderland Bar ❤❤❤❤

Prepare to fall head over heels in love with The Wonderland Bar, as you tumble head first down the rabbit hole known as Waterloo Vaults. There’s no need to choose between EAT ME or DRINK ME: The Wonderland Bar gives you both with a wide range of food, drinks and entertainment. Open to both theatre goers and the general public, whether you’re a Diamond or Club, Walrus … Continue reading Review: The Wonderland Bar ❤❤❤❤

Sunset Boulevard: Casting

Every show needs the ‘Greatest Star of All’ (or two), and the UK and Ireland tour of Sunset Boulevard has just announced two star castings. Danny Mac is set to star as Joe Gillis in the forthcoming tour of Curve’s production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s award-winning musical Sunset Boulevard. Ria Jones is to play Norma Desmond, and full casting will be announced shortly. Most recently Danny … Continue reading Sunset Boulevard: Casting

Review: Paper Hearts (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) ****

  Paper Hearts the Musical has seen various incarnations, playing at the 2016 Ed Fringe Festival and a sell out run at Waterloo East Theatre. The story continues, as the show returns off West End. Humorous, heartfelt and with a hugely talented cast, Liam O’Rafferty’s show takes a novel approach to storytelling. Would-be writer Atticus Smith has always surrounded himself with books. So much so, in fact, … Continue reading Review: Paper Hearts (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) ****

Nativity! The Musical: Casting

Nativity! The Musical opens at Birmingham Repertory Theatre later this year, and how better to make it ‘Sparkle and Shine’ than a cast of shining stars. Daniel Boys will play ‘Paul Maddens’, Sarah Earnshaw ‘Jennifer Lore’ and Simon Lipkin ‘Mr Poppy’. They will be joined by Andy Barke, Jamie Chapman, Jemma Churchill, Gary Davis and Katia Sartini. Further casting and childrens casting to be announced soon. Debbie … Continue reading Nativity! The Musical: Casting

Half A Sixpence: Final Performances

Join audiences in clapping their hands and stamping their feet, as the West End bids farewell to Half A Sixpence. Closing on Saturday 2nd September 2017. And you can be sure it will be out with a ‘Flash, Bang, Wallop’! Producer Cameron Mackintosh says: “I’m delighted that this new Half A Sixpence has been greeted so rapturously by audiences and critics and discovered a new star in Charlie Stemp.  It is … Continue reading Half A Sixpence: Final Performances

Review: Whisper House (The Other Palace) ***

Playing at the newly reopened The Other Palace, Whisper House is a rock opera meets ghost story. However, there isn’t much to shout or whisper about it. Perhaps the show is best described by its very name: a whisper house. There are some hauntingly beautiful melodies here, a ghost of a plot there but one which is neither corporeal nor substantial. Lily has lived at the light house since … Continue reading Review: Whisper House (The Other Palace) ***