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Direct from a sell-out run at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, London’s most joyous musical has tap danced into the West End! Hailed by critics as a musical triumph, CRAZY FOR YOU has received more five star reviews than any other musical this year.
Muscle-bound Law provides power in epic tale of the sea
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Derek Deane's glamorous in-the-round dance celebration returns
Operas on screen bring expensive productions within general reach. But the results are disappointing, says Jessica Duchen
Barratt's break – from Mighty Boosh to nightly boards
Playwright Mark Ravenhill and composer Michael Nyman have given a new spin to a classic opera, discovers Nicola Christie
Despite Coalition tensions, there's still no sign of discord between the Cleggerons. Sam Cameron and Miriam Clegg made a convincing show of sisterhood after No 10's International Women's Day reception on Tuesday. The pair were later spotted together in the stalls at Wyndham's Theatre for a performance of Clybourne Park, named Best New Play at this week's Olivier Awards. Both, I'm told, laughed heartily at the show's most risqué (and least sisterly) joke: "Why is a white woman like a tampon?" asks one character. I'll let you Google the punchline.
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Sheridan Smith is set to play the title role in a stage adaptation of Bridget Jones's Diary, the story of a young blonde woman with man trouble, which will debut in London next year.
The songwriter Stephen Sondheim is to be honoured at this year's Laurence Olivier Awards.
Now in its 48th year, the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s once again brings an extraordinary programme of cultural delight, to excite inspiration and provoke thought.
Amanda Roocroft was a star from the moment she graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music. At 25 Sir Georg Solti asked her to sing Pamina at the Salzburg Festival. She declined. It was too soon. Where would there be left to go? "Hurry slowly" would seem to have been her motto and now that she is playing - for the first time - a diva with 300 years of experience the decisions she has made in her career are more than ever falling into perspective.
Some marriages end as a result of psychotherapy, but do certain psychotherapists wreck certain marriages?
This new musical stinks to high heaven