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The glitz and glamour which everyone knows. London’s answer to Broadway. You’ll find some of the best productions in the world here, so save up the pennies and get stuck in!

Evita, Phoenix Theatre – Review

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Pros: Beautiful voices and some emotional scenes – this is a production where the women shine! Cons: A rushed plotline and poor sound design. It had been almost ten years since I last saw Evita, and with fond memories I was looking forward to seeing it again, at the Phoenix Theatre in London’s glitzy West End. With Wicked’s Emma Hatton following in the footsteps of Elaine Paige and taking on the leading role this was surely going to be a memorable production. ...

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Thirsty!, Brasserie Zedel – Review

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Pros: Great songs, smart jokes, no fillers Cons: It’s only on for three days Thirsty! is Tori Scott’s London debut and she makes quite an entrance. Already a sellout at go-to cabaret venue Joe’s Pub in New York, I’m sure it won’t be long until she’s selling out in London. As it is she’s making a strong start with three nights at Brasserie Zedel in Picadilly, in the opulent art deco room known as the Crazy Coqs. Everybody I know ...

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