A play oozing with sistership and comedy is the perfect guide to facing life’s challenges belly-first.Read More »
Sondheim’s revamped musical gives a tastefully new insight to love and life.
Straight from Broadway, this refreshingly humorous musical beats Bridget Jones to the stage as one of the most popular ‘mid-life crisis’ spectacles to date.
The founder of the musical, the Stephen Sondheim musical Company, first premiered the show in 1970 at which time the plot revolved around a male protagonist playing a 35-year-old hopeless singleton. Flash forward to 2019, and the show now features a female protagonist set on her quest for marriage, kids and everything else a woman should have by the age of 35 (according to society).» >Read More »
Blood and Ice comes to the Progress Theatre this week, and it is definitely worth a watch!Read More »
Louis Willbourne takes a look at Max Roberts’ take on Patrick Marber’s football focused play 'The Red Lion'.Read More »
The Book of Mormon Review. The all-American musical has a second coming on the London West End.Read More »