A brand-new adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s much loved The Wind in the Willows by award-winning children’s author Piers Torday (The Last Wild series) comes to Wilton’s this Christmas. Set in modern-day London the story starts in Hyde Park during the springtime, with the adventure unfolding as it moves along the Thames and through the seasons, ending back at Mole’s home in time for Christmas and carols - but only if Toad Hall can be saved from the weasels and their ferret and stoat … [Read more...]
London Theatre Interviews with Cast and Creatives
Here is our collection of interviews with cast and creatives from the world of theatre. Browse our website for London Theatre Tickets for London West End Theatres. Book tickets for shows, musicals, plays, drama, opera, dance, comedy & more!
Interview with Lungiswa Plaatjies – South African Road Trip
South African Road Trip’s ‘Good Hope’ is a swinging and exuberant musical experience, including uplifting songs, sensitive songs, close harmony and invigorating dance and music. The cast, led by the accomplished men of the Khayelitsha United Mambazo Choir and four renowned female Xhosa singers, with musical accompaniment of two imposing South-African musicians, all hail from the Langa, Nyanga, Khayelitsha townships around Cape Town, and are conquering the world with their Xhosa songs, … [Read more...]
The Phantom of the Opera – Interview with Kelly Glyptis
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera has returned to its home, Her Majesty’s Theatre London. Experience the thrill of the West End’s most haunting love story, starring double Olivier Award nominee Killian Donnelly as The Phantom, Lucy St. Louis as Christine Daaé and Matt Blaker as Raoul. The Phantom Awaits... Read our interview with Kelly Glyptis who stars as Carlotta. Q: You have recently joined the cast of The Phantom of the Opera playing the role of Carlotta - can … [Read more...]
The Woman in Black – Interview with Matthew Spencer
Adapted from Susan Hill’s classic book, The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre has been thrilling London audiences since 1989. In The Woman in Black, junior solicitor Arthur Kipps journeys to the funeral of a client, Mrs Alice Drablow where he sees a young woman with a wasted face, dressed all in black, standing in the churchyard. Confused by the villagers' reluctance to speak of The Woman in Black, Kipps goes to Mrs. Drablow's former home Eel Marsh House, a building in the middle of a … [Read more...]
Q&A with Rhys Whitfield – Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera
Rhys Whitfield is currently playing Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's Theatre, In London's West End. Rhys recently took some time out to answer some questions about his career, Raoul, and The Phantom of the Opera. Q: Can we have some background on your career? Rhys: I graduated in 2015 and have since worked in the West End, on tour and internationally in a variety of roles in theatre predominantly. Q: Can you tell us about your time at Guildford School of … [Read more...]
Snow White and The Seven Merry Men!
Christmas comes but once a year they say, but not if you are Mr Simon Gross. Not content with one sell-out run of his adult panto Snow White and the Seven Merry Men, he is bringing the show back to the Rialto as an Easter treat. I spoke with Ava Cardo (Snow White) and Luke Brilley (The Magic Mirror) and started off by pointing out that they are indeed doing panto at Easter? AC: Yes, I’m looking forward to it. It was even more fun than I expected last time at Christmas. I think it will be even … [Read more...]
Q&A with Rosie Day – Teenage Armageddon at Southwark Playhouse
Rosie Day stars in Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon which is directed by Georgie Staight and features voiceovers from Maxine Peake. The production opened on 9th February 2022 running until 5th March 2022. Miss-trusted. Miss-treated. Miss you. Welcome to a miss-spent youth. Eileen’s sister just died while eating a Yorkshire pudding. Ironic as she rarely eats; well, ate. Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon is a call to arms for young women everywhere, and questions why society isn’t … [Read more...]