Monthly Archives: March 2012

Marvellously barber-ous Ball: Sweeney Todd at the Adelphi Theatre

Saturday 11th March 2012, evening (first preview) In a recent interview with the BBC, Stephen Sondheim described his operetta ‘Sweeney Todd’ as a ‘Love Letter to London’.   Perhaps he doesn’t realise that in this country sending love letters like that … Continue reading

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The Kilburn Project: The Tricycle goes nuclear with ‘The Bomb – a partial history’

Saturday 11th February 2012 (matinée) and Saturday 3rd March 2012 (evening) Never one to shirk a challenge, Nicolas Kent has devoted the final few weeks of his tenure at the Tricycle to a ‘festival’ of all things nuclear, using the … Continue reading

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Love and War: Howard Goodall gets revue’d by All Star Productions at Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre

Sunday 26th February 2012 It never seems easy getting to see Howard Goodall’s musicals (or getting hold of his CDs – it can be done via a cheque in the post though).  Given a CBE last year for services to music … Continue reading

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