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Size Isn’t Everything

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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest theatrical venture, the transforming of the St James Theatre in Victoria into The Other Palace, this year opened its doors with the gin-soaked jazz age musical The Wild Party. It featured a cast of 15, cavorting around an exuberant three-storey set that also housed the eight-piece orchestra. It was, by any standards, a spectacular production. Yet for all the spectacle, glamour and glitter, it was one of the dullest shows of the year. With tunes that you forget even while you’re ...

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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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Win a pair of tickets to Evita! @ Phoenix Theatre

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Fancy seeing one of the West End’s all time classics.  Fancy seeing it for free with a friend?  Well, we have two tickets to give away in our latest competition. And all you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is head on over to Twitter, follow us and retweet one of our Evita competition tweets telling us what your favourite Andrew Lloyd Webber show is.  Make sure you do it before the competition closes at ...

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