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REVIEW | Ghost | UK Tour

Bill Kenwright’s production of Ghost has stripped back all of the visually stunning staging and innovative digital imagery that the musical is renowned for, to focus on the intimate chemistry and potent emotion of the characters. Telling the story of young couple Molly and Sam who are hopelessly in love and whose lives are blissful. One…

A scene from Sister Act @ Leicester Curve. Directed and Choreographed by Craig Revel Horwood. (Opening 30-07-16) ©Tristram Kenton 07/16 (3 Raveley Street, LONDON NW5 2HX TEL 0207 267 5550 Mob 07973 617 355)email: tristram@tristramkenton.com

REVIEW | Sister Act | UK Tour

Praise the lord that the New Alex Theatre in Birmingham were graced with the spectacular vocals, slick dialogue and all-round dazzling production Sister Act. Currently on a UK tour, Sister Act is the story of feisty young diva Deloris, an aspiring superstar from Philadelphia who is desperate to find an agent who will make her a…

Kinky Boots

REVIEW | Kinky Boots | West End

The broadway smash hit musical Kinky Boots has been on the West End for a year now, after a highly successful and Olivier-winning run, the new cast bring fresh flavour to the extravagant production. Charlie has grown up in his father’s shoe factory in Northampton and he is expected to take over the family business Price and…

REVIEW | Who Is Tahirih? | Edinburgh Fringe

“It is time for recognition of the true equality of men and women.” The story of Persian poetess, first feminist and suffrage martyr is brought to life in Delia Olam’s captivating one woman show. It is a bold and unique performance that uses music, poetry and distinct characterisation to differentiate between the different people whose lives…