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Five To Five crowned winners of Let It Shine after a closely fought-final

Five To Five have been crowned winners of the Let It Shine final – winning themselves the chance to star in Gary Barlow’s new musical The Band. 147 more words


Review Round Up: The Girls, Phoenix Theatre

Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s musical based on the true story of The Calendar Girls is officially open at the Phoenix Theatre. But what have critics made of it?¬† 599 more words

What's On Stage Awards 2017 ~ Highlights

What’s On Stage Awards hosted its Winners Concert on Sunday 19 February 2017 at Prince of Wales Theatre and it was a star studded occasion glittered with many worthy winners and a few surprises along the way. 423 more words

Break A Leg

The Girls, Phoenix Theatre

Tim Firth can’t keep away from the Calendar Girls. Following the 2003 film and 2008 play, he’s back again adapting the real-life story of Yorkshire WI heroines stripping off for a charity calendar after one of their number loses her husband to cancer – this time in a musical adaptation with Gary Barlow. 6 more words


Take That want Jason Orange back for the 25th anniversary

Take That want Jason Orange to come back into the fold for their 25th anniversary.

The 90s boy band are set to mark 25 years in the business, but they’re currently two members down. 303 more words


Bowie or Barlow: Dealing with Ennui

This time last year, when I really started assessing who I was and what I wanted, it felt as if I was undergoing some sort of mid-life crisis at the age of 37. 371 more words


Harry Potter And The Cursed Child and Gary Barlow win big at 17th WhatsOnStage Awards

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child has gone home with a magical eight awards at the 2017 WhatsOnStage Awards, voted for by the public.

It is a record number of awards won by one stage show at the ceremony which has been running for 17 years; awards went to Best Actor in a Play for Jamie Parker, Best Supporting Actress in a Play for Noma Dumezweni, Best Supporting Actor in a Play for Anthony Boyle, Best New Play, Best Set Design, Best Lighting Design, Best Video Design and Best Director for John Tiffany. 1,055 more words