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This Olivier nominated show (7 noms!) was up against Mamma Mia and The Lion King for Best Musical, but it lost to Stiles & Drew’s Honk! 320 more words


2015 John Owen Jones Award Winner - Alan Richardson

Our scholarship winners for 2015-16 are about to start their studies and we thought we’d introduce them to you, starting with actor / singer / dancer Alan Richardson. 205 more words


I was a champion of this ill-fated show when it had its short West End run just over two years ago (http://garethjames.wordpress.com/2012/11/25). This new small scale production, coming very soon after, is high on energy and enthusiasm and a little more cartoonish and goofier. 240 more words


Whistle Down the Wind

This isn’t the 1996 Andrew Lloyd-Webber show, but an earlier 1989 musical by Russell Labey and Richard Taylor written for performance by young people, getting its London professional première. 289 more words


King Lear - Union Theatre

I like Union theatre. I struggled to find it but it was right in front of the closest station, Southwark. All I had to do was cross the street and walk in a straight line. 827 more words


The Theatre on King

It’s an adventure – down a dark alley, at the back of a commercial building, and behind a metal door – and it looks more like a speakeasy than a theatre. 769 more words


Passion amongst the parachutes: Girlfriends at the Union Theatre

Saturday 1st November 2014, matinée

We are grateful to the Union Theatre for putting on a Howard Goodall ‘season’, a selection of three of his musicals, beginning with ‘Love Story’, followed by… 790 more words