We head to Cineworld Haymarket for the first in Digital Theatre's West End Theatre series, the premiere screening of Maria Friedman's sell-out production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's Merrily We Roll Along.
Eight-year-old Henry takes our reviewer on a truth-seeking historical adventure. Birmingham Stage Company’s sensationally-scripted Barmy Britain II proves that satire for kids is in fine shape. At the Garrick Theatre.
The theatre critic and Beatles fangirl in me are having a bit of an argument over this production. Let It Be delivers wonderful renditions of much-loved songs but not the story-driven show I was hoping for. At the Prince of Wales Theatre.
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