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REVIEW | Sunset Boulevard | UK Tour

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s adaptation of Billy Wilder’s 1951 film Sunset Boulevard is bursting with the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and the intense drama surrounding faded movie star Norma Desmond’s life. Set in 1940, screenwriter Joe Gillis is struggling to get his lucky break when one evening he stumbles across the home of Norma Desmond,…

REVIEW | Liza Pulman sings Barbra Streisand | UK Tour

Singer, actor and one-third of cabaret group Fascinating Aida, Liza Pulman is on the road with her new show that honours the legendary icon Barbra Streisand. Liza creates a thrilling and vibrant 90-minute set showcasing Barbra’s sensational career and finest musical numbers. The American singer, songwriter, actress, and filmmaker Barbra Streisand had a remarkable career…

REVIEW | Follies | National Theatre

A timelessly tragic story of reminiscence and regret, The National Theatre’s Follies maintains it’s exquisite excellence as it transcends Stephen Sondheim’s spectacular music into a revitalised production that is even more spectacular than ever before. With thirty years passing since the last fully staged production of Follies in London, it still manages to shine, retaining its…

Natasha J Barnes Funny Girl Review

REVIEW | Funny Girl | UK Tour

After huge success in the West End, Funny Girl opens at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre this week during its extensive UK Tour, to tell the story of the young comic Fanny Brice who despite achieving triumph in her career, falls in love and puts her career on hold to pursue her head-over-heels romance with Nick…

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