Tag Archives: Churchill Theatre

Blood Brothers

blood-brothers

Blood Brothers The Churchill Theatre continue with their programme of top quality shows and spoiling us bloggers with their latest offering, Blood Brothers. Blood Brothers is one of those musicals that I assume everyone has seen. It ran in the West End from 1988-2012 as well as toured since 1995 therefore there really is no excuse for those who haven’t

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The Perfect Murder

perfect-murder

The Perfect Murder: The Perfect Murder is a play based on Peter James novella which tells of a couple, Victor and Joan both dreaming of a new life without the other, but neither realising the others fantasy and the lengths they will go to in order to get it. I don’t want to go into too much detail regarding the

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Let It Be

Let-it-be

Let It Be I have heard so much about ‘Let It Be’ but have never got round to seeing it, that was until Monday 25th January where I went to see it at the Churchill Theatre. Let It Be describes itself as ‘a celebration of the music of the Beatles’ which is essentially a Beatles tribute concert. There is no

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Aladdin

aladdin-churchill

I attended press night on December 1st for this years panto offering, Aladdin, at the Churchill Theatre. I consider myself a bit of a panto buff having worked far too many in my years front of house, would this live up to my expectations and get me firmly into the Christmas mood on the first day of December. This version

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East is East

East-is-East

East is East at The Churchill Theatre : Monday 6th June 2015. East is East is a play about a mixed ethnicity family in Salford, with the father, George Khan (played by Simon Nahra) trying to instil into his children the Pakistani values he grew up with whilst the mother, Ella Khan (played by Pauline McLynn) who is white and

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Top Hat

Top Hat at the Churchill Theatre

Top Hat The Churchill Theatre on the 16th June 2015 Top Hat is a traditional show based on the 1935 Fred Astaire and Ginger Roger’s film of the same name about mistaken identity. Jerry Travers, played by Alan Burkitt, falls heads over heels for the beautiful Dale Tremont, played by Charlotte Gooch, despite Dale being convinced that he is already

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