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Review: Ramin Karimloo and The Broadgrass Band at Nottingham Playhouse.

On this cold winter evening (25th Jan 2017) at Nottingham Playhouse what finer way can we spend time other than in the company of internationally renowned singer Ramin Karimloo and the talents of his Broadgrass Band musicians Jessie Linden, Georgina Leach, Matthew Harvey and stand in Rob on bass guitar. 306 more words

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Review: Curve Theatre. Ramin Karimloo and The Broadgrass Band. Lead Me Home tour.

Curve Leicester is third on the list of Ramin Karimloo’s twelve gig tour. On this wet Sunday evening in Leicester’s cultural quarter what finer way can we spend an evening other than in the company of this internationally renowned singer and the talents of his Broadgrass Band? 400 more words

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Full Anastasia Cast Set

Joining the previously announced Derek Klena, Christy Altomare, Ramin Karimloo, Mary Beth Peil, Caroline O’Connor, and John Plooty, the show, which opens March 23rd at the Broadhurst theatre, has announced that Zach Adkins, Sissy Bell, Lauren Blackman, Kathryn Boswell, Kyle Brown, Kristen Smith Davis, Janet Dickinson, Constantine Germanacos, Wes Hart, Ian Knauer, Ken Krugman, Dustin Layton, Shina Ann Morris, James A. 41 more words

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Which West End show was Lin Manuel-Miranda in the audience for last night

When queueing for the gents one doesn’t normally expected to see arguably Broadway’s hottest creative right now but that’s what happened in the West End’s Arts Theatre last night. 94 more words

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Murder Ballad - Arts Theatre

The edgiest, sexiest, musical has been infusing London city with its unique original music since September but not enough people seem to know about it. … 390 more words

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Murder Ballad ~ Arts Theatre ~ 08.11.2016

“Listen and I’ll tell a tale
A tale where good does not prevail
A King, a Queen, a Club, a Knave
One is destined for the grave…” 397 more words
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Murder Ballad at the Arts Theatre

Who did it? That is the big question in Murder Ballad, currently playing at the not very glamorous Arts Theatre (yes, the place is in BAD need of a refurb, there just is no denying it). 571 more words

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