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The Joy that the Theatre Brings...

It’s receiving rave reviews, with Charlie Stemp’s portrayal of Arthur Kipps being praised by critics everywhere.

Based on the semi-autobiographical novel Kipps by HG Wells,  643 more words

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NEWS: Half a Sixpence Extends Run at the Noel Coward Theatre

The hit revival of Half a Sixpence is now booking at the Noel Coward Theatre until the 2nd September 2017. 

Having transferred to the West End following a successful run at the Chichester Festival Theatre, Half a Sixpence is produced and co-created by Cameron Mackintosh and features a book by Julian Fellowes. 210 more words

Half a Sixpence

Half a Sixpence was the musical created for then-pop star Tommy Steele, the original production with music by David Heneker and a book by Beverley Cross running back in 1963. 283 more words

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NEWS: Half a Sixpence Extends Booking Until April 2017

Following rave reviews from critics and audiences, it has been announced that the Chichester Festival Theatre production directed by Rachel Kavanaugh is staying in London until at least April 2017.  280 more words

Pre-London Review: The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows is the latest collaboration between Julian Fellowes (book) and song-writing team George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. Their adaptation of Half a Sixpence is enjoying rave review in the West End, and George and Anthony are no strangers to creating hit shows for the whole family to enjoy having previously won an Olivier Award for Honk! 1,191 more words

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Review: Half a Sixpence (Noël Coward Theatre) *****

‘It’s not the steps you take; it’s the path you choose’. That may be true as one character says, but you can’t help but admire the steps taken in this new adaptation which reunites George Stiles, Anthony Drewe and Julian Fellowes. 582 more words

NEWS: Wind in the Willows to Open at London Palladium in 2017

It has been confirmed that the musical adaptation of Wind in the Willows, currently running at The Lowry in Salford, will open at the London Palladium in the summer of 2017.  266 more words