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NEWS: Alex Gaumond Joins Cast for London Musical Theatre Orchestra's A Christmas Carol

The London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s Christmas performance of Alan Menken and Lynn Ahrens’ musical will reunite the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels co-stars. 

Taking place at the Lyceum Theatre on the 19th December, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s festive concert will see Robert Lindsay playing the role of Scrooge with Alex Gaumond as Bob Cratchit. 234 more words

NEWS: Cast Confirmed for London Musical Theatre Orchestra's A Christmas Carol

The London Musical Theatre Orchestra has confirmed the cast for its Christmas concert performance of Alan Menken and Lynn Ahrens hit musical version of A Christmas Carol.  293 more words

NEWS: London Musical Theatre Orchestra Announces Christmas Concert

Following the success of their debut concert performance of State Fair, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra have announced that their Christmas concert will be a performance of  Alan Menken and Lynn Ahrens’ musical production of A Christmas Carol.  194 more words


“Hilary is 50, a strong intelligent woman who once protested at Greenham Common. Then she felt she could change the world, now, she can’t even change her daughters mind about wearing that skirt. 457 more words

Live Shows

Musical London Show The Lion King

The mesmerizing London show, The Lion King has been enjoyed by theatre lovers across the globe. Being one of the most loved shows, The Lion King is certainly one of the most popular musical blockbusters from Broadway! 424 more words

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The Suppliant Women [aftermath]

Saturday 15th marked the grand finale of our two week show run. Even now, it still hasn’t sunk in that it’s all over, our actors have finished up in Belfast and will soon move on to Newcastle, or that my particular walk to the West of the city will now return to a weekly event – and even that will dwindle before the year is out. 437 more words


Oscar Wilde & Ellen Terry

This is the script of a talk I gave to the Oscar Wilde Society on a visit to Smallhythe Place, once home to Ellen Terry, in September 2016. 2,113 more words

Oscar Wilde