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Ballet-Folklorico-de-Mexico

Ballet Folklorico de Mexico

The beautiful Edwardian surroundings of the London Coliseum could almost be worth the ticket price alone. Home of the English National Opera Read more...


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Sinatra-The-Man-and-His-Music

Sinatra The Man & His Music

In honour of the centenary of global icon Frank Sinatra, Sinatra The Man & His Music has opened at the London Palladium. Read more...

Ruth-and-Alex

Ruth and Alex

Alex and Ruth have to come to terms with selling the flat they have lived in for almost their whole married life... Read more...

Doctor-Who-Symphonic-Spectacular

Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular

Dr. Who fans are legion as was witnessed at Glasgow’s impressive SSE Hydro venue when it would appear that at least half of the city turned up to revel in the out of this world Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular. Read more...


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Moulin-Rouge

Moulin Rouge

As part of our ongoing ‘Theatrical Destinations’ series Film-News.co.uk jumped on the Eurostar heading to Paris with one sole aim, to visit the Moulin Rouge. Read more...

Absinthe-by-Spiegelworld

Absinthe by Spiegelworld

Hugely popular Las Vegas show, ABSINTHE by Spielelworld, has arrived in Melbourne exhilarating and offending viewers in one fell swoop. Read more...

Let-It-Be-Musical

Let It Be Musical

Let In Be returns to London’s Garrick Theatre for a new run after being seen by over 1 million people worldwide. Read more...

e-baby

e-baby

e-baby, is a powerful and thought-provoking new Australian production by playwright and journalist Jane Cafarella. Read more...

Dirty-Dancing---The-Classic-Story-on-Stage

Dirty Dancing - The Classic Story on Stage

Dirty Dancing was a landmark movie in 1987 and has since been reprised on stages all over the world. Read more...

Sexercise-–-The-Musical

Sexercise – The Musical

New musical comedy, Sexercise – The Musical made its premiere in Melbourne at The Alex Theatre in St Kilda, formerly known as the George Cinema Complex. The musical is fresh, funny and true to life. Read more...

Kill-Me-Now

Kill Me Now

It’s both theatrical and true, that some families seem to have all the bad luck. Jake played by Greg Weiss has lost his wife, abandoned his Read more...

La-Cage-Aux-Folles

La Cage Aux Folles

Thirty years ago the curtain rose on La Cage Aux Folles in Paris and today the production continues to ooze with pizzazz and vitality. Opening night of La Cage Aux Folles at the Arts Centre Read more...

Memphis-The-Musical

Memphis The Musical

Memphis, a new musical with original score by David Bryan (Bon Jovi’s keyboard player) opened at the Shaftsbury Theatre last week. Read more...

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Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake

Ever since its debut in London in 1995, Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake has been a huge success. Swan Lake was first staged at London’s Sadler’s Wells where it was originally expected to run for a mere two weeks. Read more...

Andrew-Dice-Clay

Andrew Dice Clay

Let me begin by saying that the Diceman has not mellowed with age. So If you're expecting to see a watered down version of his show - think again. He is crude, rude, and politically incorrect Read more...

Once:-The-Musical

Once: The Musical

Making its debut in Australia, Once: The Musical will be performing at The Princess Theatre in Melbourne. The story is a simple one, yet profound in many ways tugging at the heartstrings of the audience with ease. Read more...

Evita-the-musical

Evita the musical

A new production of Evita opened at the Dominion Theatre in the West End on Tuesday night with Marti Pello playing Che and newcomer Madalena Alberto Read more...

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Lovecrafts-Monsters

Lovecraft's Monsters

No so-called ‘horror writer’ ever overwrote like the late Rhode Island hermit Howard Philips Lovecraft. Some connoisseurs of classical literature would regard Lovecraft Read more...

Complete-Nonsense-and-The-Lady-Of-Shalott

Complete Nonsense and The Lady Of Shalott

Daniel’s Beard have been described as one of Scotland’s leading chamber groups, and on this evidence I see no reason to dispute this claim. Read more...

Charmaine-Gilbert-interview---Once-Was-Human

Charmaine Gilbert interview - Once Was Human

Prior to the frantic madness that is the annual and almighty Edinburgh Fringe Festival, a somewhat more downbeat affair took place in the Scottish capital Read more...

Show-Boat

Show Boat

The 2014 season of Show Boat at the elegant State Theatre in Melbourne features an array of wonderful hits including, “Cotton Blossom”, “Life Upon the Wicked Stage” and “Can’t help Lovin” Dat Man”. Loved by many, Show Boat has Read more...

Mother-and-Son

Mother and Son

The long awaited premiere of Mother and Son at The Comedy Theatre in Melbourne was well worth the wait. It’s difficult to believe it's been 30 years since Read more...

Guys-and-Dolls

Guys and Dolls

Opening night of Guys and Dolls in Melbourne at the State Theatre was a glittering evening filled with celebrities and an array of wonderful hits including, Read more...

Nascimento-Square

Nascimento Square

To coincide with the start of World Cup Brazil 2014, a new piece of writing by Matthew Jure kicked off proceedings – Nascimento Square - a love letter to Brazil’s history, folklore and football. Read more...

Independence

Independence

In this, a tale of two cities (or one city and one archipelago to be precise), Edinburgh Stage School director Julian Wickham once again proved that he has his finger on the Read more...

Naked-Women

Naked Women

As part of the Bongo Lives! Festival, Naked Women, written, produced and directed by Julian Wickham, was the second production by the Read more...

Shake-Rattle-n-Roll

Shake Rattle 'n' Roll

April 11 marked the opening night of the returning (by popular demand) Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll to Melbourne's Her Majesty's Theatre, and went off with a bang as audience Read more...

Dirty-Rotten-Scoundrels

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

If you like your shows big, bold with great songs and witty lines aplenty then look no further than Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. The stage adaption of eighties comedy film classic Read more...

Bill-Hicks-20th-Anniversary-evening

Bill Hicks 20th Anniversary evening

The original goat boy himself was honoured in fine style on the 20th anniversary of his death at Dingwalls in Camden Lock on Wednesday night. Read more...

Blaze---Peacock-Theatre,-London

Blaze - Peacock Theatre, London

Three years after the International Street Dance troupe exploded onto the scene and a world tour, which has seen its 16 dancers perform to over 300,000 Read more...



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