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Theatre Talk | West Enders Who Have Auditioned For Talent Shows

Following on from last week’s round up of reality show contestants who have turned to the stage, this week I decided to flip it on its head and look at some already fully fledged West End starlets who have auditioned for reality talent shows. 762 more words


Loving Liam At Phantom Of The Opera

Disclaimer: This is not really a review of the show. This is pretty much just a fangirl waxing lyrical about how damn wonderful it is to have her favourite back on stage in one of her best-loved shows.So today is actually my 4 year blogiversary. 3,415 more words

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Phantom of the Opera Cast Change

It has been announced that The Voice UK (2012) contestant Liam Tamne will be joining The Phantom of the Opera from 1st September 2014. Playing the new Raoul, Tamne will replace Sean Palmer, starring alongside Gerónimo Rauch who continues as The Phantom. 136 more words


Vocals and Verses: The People's Choice Christmas Charity Special

Chozen the Poet was a great start to the show and had all the women swooning from the first phrase. You could cut the layer of benign jealousy emanating from some of the men with a knife though! 378 more words


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London, August 2012 – Highlights
Geronimo Rauch (Valjean), Javert (Tam Mutu), Sierra Boggess (Fantine), Danielle Hope (Eponine), Samantha Dorsey (Cosette), Jonny Purchase (u/s Marius), Liam Tamne (Enjolras), Cameron Blakely (M Thénardier), Linzi Hateley (Mme Thénardier) 155 more words

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The Voice UK: Kate Bush Sends Open Letter To Recently Booted Liam Tamne

British singer-songwriter Kate Bush is apparently a pretty avid fan of the UK edition of “The Voice.” Odds-on favorite Liam Tayne was booted from the program by his coach… 44 more words


Fresh Looks: Liam Tamne (@LiamTamne) "Never Too Much" (Luther Vandross Cover)

We are just discovering the greatness that is Liam Tamne and we are definitely loving the discovery. Apparently, he was on The Voice UK and well we are sad we missed his rendition of “This Woman’s Work.” But this buttery acoustic cover of Luther Vandross’ “Never Too Much” is absolutely golden.