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REVIEW: Half A Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre

Rachel Kavanaugh has created a delightfully light footed production that leaves the audience beaming for joy. 

This wonderfully perky musical is a classic rags to riches story that shows that money really doesn’t buy happiness, wonderfully told through the story of Arthur Kipps an orphan who works as a drapers assistant until he unexpectedly comes into the money. 506 more words



In 2000 this Stiles & Drewe show surprised many by beating Mamma Mia, The Lion King & Spend Spend Spend to win the Olivier Best New Musical Award. 317 more words


REVIEW: Honk!, Union Theatre

This special 20th anniversary production of the musical is imaginative, creative and a perfect treat for families over Easter. 

Ok, so there is something you all need to know about me. 523 more words

Inside the Rehearsals of... Honk!, Union Theatre

Rehearsal images for Andy Room’s production of George Stiles and Anthony Drewe’s musical have been released. 

The 20th anniversary production arriving at the Union Theatre from the 29th March is only the third time that Stiles and Drewe’s  musical has been seen in London since its celebrated National Theatre production in 2000. 245 more words

NEWS: 20th Anniversary Production of Honk! to Play at Union Theatre

The Union Theatre will present the 20th Anniversary production of Stiles and Drewe’s Honk! from the 29th March until the 22nd April. 

Directed by Andy Room and featuring choreography by Lily Howkins, this 20th anniversary production of the musical will star Liam Vincent-Kilbride who makes his London stage debut as Ugly. 291 more words

Mary Poppins - Wales Millennium Centre

Mary Poppins is one of my favourite films, and when films I love are adapted for the stage I tend to feel a mixture of excitement and nerves. 181 more words


Half A Sixpence @ Noel Coward Theatre

Half A Sixpence has indeed landed in London with a massive flash, bang, wallop. Based on the H.G Wells novel Kipps, the show follows Arthur Kipps who unexpectedly inherits a fortune and is led to London from his home in East Grinstead to become a gentleman. 269 more words