On the 30th August at precisely 17:06, a tweet was released by @WestEndCovers (see insert). West end covers and several twitter users in response; shared disappointment in the popular west end production Les Miserable’s decision. As an admin of a bustling musical theatre forum I am more than aware that several people attend the west [...]
If you are a fan of the energetic and brilliant Washington Heights production... You will be aware that the cast changes are quite frequent. With the demanding dance numbers, injuries have been cruel to this cast. On the plus side this has meant that as a regular to the barrio you would have most likely [...]
MTAS Member Ceri Davies reviews Sunny Afternoon for @MTAS_Official Seeing as I live round the corner from Muswell Hill, where they're from, and share a surname with the two brothers in the band, I thought it was about time I went to see the winner of the 2015 Olivier Award for Best New Musical, Sunny Afternoon [...]
Did you know? That you are able to sign up for exclusive news alert at: Newsiesthemusical.com The filming date has been confirmed to commence on Tuesday September 11th. The live recording will become accessible to all in an unconfirmed date in 2017. Original cast revivals: Jeremy Jordan – Jack Kelly Kara Lindsay – Katherine Ben [...]
This week the current west-end run of Guys and Dolls announced it was going to close 4 months early so to see the cast change I needed to go again! This production started in Chichester before transferring to the West End at the Savoy theatre last year and then moved home to the Phoenix Theatre. It [...]
Preview of the upcoming UK tour. Review by MTAS Admin DJ.
Toby Ward-Smith (@TobyWardSmith) shares his summer essentials for MTAS. Here is a countdown of the 6 shows that I think you need to catch this summer especially with a few closing soon… Bugsy Malone Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith until 4th September Bugsy Malone has entertained audiences for over 40 years on both stage and screen, and [...]
@lukesmithdj reviews for @MTAS_Official I must start by admitting I've already seen Aladdin in London twice since it opened but since the first was in previews I wanted to wait until it had officially opened to write my review. I had such high expectation for this production following seeing it on Broadway last year and [...]