The show is about love, an intimate musical journey. Friends searching for love. Some in the right places others not so successful.
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Grammy award winning Lucky Oceans rounded up a team of extraordinarily talented musicians for a raucous evening of barrel house blues.
Expelled from the Royal Shakespeare Company for 'artistic differences' actor Garry Starr defies his critics by performing every genre of theatre possible.
The title sounds like Last Night of the Proms with Land of Hope and Glory as the finale. Nothing could be further from the case.
Powell was an excellent MC, providing the audience with chatty anecdotes about the early days of Sun Records under Sam Phillips.
Champagne, exquisite showgirls, a suave oh-so-French MC, simply extraordinary aerialists, gorgeous costumes, sensual dance moves, comedy, risqué banter, sequins, feathers, barely-there lingerie.
Damian Power had more than a few good comedic moments, however his super relaxed manner often came across as under rehearsed, even ill-prepared. It really surprises me to see an experienced comedian refer to notes.
Last year’s show was so hysterically funny and in a more intimate venue the following show had a lot to live up to.
Performed in-the-round, by marvellously talented Luke Hewitt, Every Brilliant Thing is a work of...
White’s ingenuous charm held the audience spellbound for a set lasting just over an hour.