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Romeo & Juliet as gay love story between Premiere League players

This sounds……. interesting. I don’t know much about the Premiere League other than it’s what we Americans refer to as soccer, but I think it might work. 70 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. 

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Seven Shows Opening in April 2017

As March zooms by, here’s a guide to many of the shows which are opening in April…

1. Honk!, Union Theatrethis is only the third time that this George Stiles and Anthony Drewe musical has been seen in London and to celebrate its 20th anniversary, Andy Room directs this new production running at the Union theatre from the 29th March until the 22nd April, officially opening the 1st April. 594 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

Anyone Can Whistle

The rarely performed Sondheim musical Anyone Can Whistle is currently playing at the Union Theatre in Southwark. With music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a book by Arthur Laurents, it first premiered in 1964 but notoriously flopped on Broadway. 261 more words


Anyone Can Whistle, at the Union Theatre (review)

Anyone Can Whistle is not often performed these days. It is a bizarre show in many ways, which makes you look at your neighbour and whisper ‘Bonkers!’ every now and again. 699 more words