This musical has been eagerly awaited by amateur companies and with good reason; it has the fantastic ABBA music and a good script from the book by Catherine Johnson.
Based loosely on the phenomenon of Elvis Presley and his draft notice into the Army in 1957, Bye Bye Birdie explores the pop music scene and mania of the 1950’s.
An Eighties movie turned into a musical, a chance to revisit big hair, big shoulder pads and misogynist values, what more could you want?
Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'The King & I' is the latest musical production from The Met starring Selina Britz as Anna and Brad Martin as the King of Siam.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats tells the story of the Jellicle Cats as they gather for their annual Ball where one will be chosen to be reborn to a new life.
A young downtrodden Cockney flower girl is taught to blossom into a duchess in this faithful and delightful retelling of this popular musical stage classic.
This jukebox musical of famous Australian singer/songwriter Peter Allen mirrors the man himself: glitzy, colourful, funny, sentimental, & chock full of talent.
It is the dilemma of most girls; bad-boys are the ones that we want. Do you stay pure and hope they'll love and respect you, or do you squeeze into some unbelievably tight pants and pretend to smoke a cigarette, just to hold their attention?
This is a “feel-good” show that anybody can enjoy for its pseudo-Scottish music, lively dance routines, and laughs.
For such an old, popular show, the creative team behind The Met's current production have done it proud, offering a snappy, fresh, modern interpretation that reinvigorates the well-worn tale.