Striking 12 – Review

Striking 12: Union Theatre, London Reviewed 3rd December 2018 ★★★★ Inspired by Hans Christian Anderson's The Little Match Girl, the acclaimed Off-Broadway musical Striking 12 is playing for a strictly limited run at The Union Theatre, London. This interesting musical has a varied score which reflects a diverse range of musical styles including folk, pop... Continue Reading →

Midnight – Review

Midnight: Union Theatre, London Reviewed 11th September 2018 ★★★★ Midnight is a brand new musical psychological drama making its World Premiere at the Union Theatre. Based upon the play Citizens of Hell by Elchin, Midnight tells the story of a husband and wife who, living in Azerbaijan as part of the police state of the... Continue Reading →

Around The World in 80 Days – Review

Around The World in 80 Days: Union Theatre, London Reviewed on 10th August 2018 ★★★★ Around The World in 80 Days is a musical adaptation of the much loved novel by French Novelist, Jules Verne. This show with script and original songs by Phil Willmott and a score by Annemarie Lewis Thomas, is set to be... Continue Reading →

It’s Only Life – Review

It's Only Life: Union Theatre, London Reviewed 17th June 2018 ★★★ It's Only Life is a musical revue featuring songs by John Bucchino. It's Only Life is about life itself with its highs and lows, triumphs and loses. This UK premiere comes from Aria Entertainment; the production team responsible for Pippin, Yank!, The Addams Family... Continue Reading →

H.R.Haitch – Review

H.R.Haitch: Union Theatre, London Reviewed 14thMay 2018 ★★★ H.R.Haitch is a new British musical about Chelsea, daughter of a pub landlord and a Page 3 model who hates the royal family, who finds out that her boyfriend is a prince. The show is about these two unlikely lovers and the clash of their worlds. Written in... Continue Reading →

Carmen 1808: Review

Carmen 1808: Union Theatre, London Reviewed 13th February 2018 ★★★★★ Fresh, pacy and exciting. This new musical adaptation Bizet’s opera 'Carmen' by Phil Willmott is inspired by the fight for the Catalan independence and the true events of the 3rd May 1808. In this production the audience are taken back to 1808 and follow the... Continue Reading →

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