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  • The Color Purple Wins Tony Award For Best Revival Of A Musical

    Mon June 13th, 2016

    The Color Purple won the Tony Award last night for Best Revival of a Musical. The production premiered at London’s Menier Chocolate Factory in 2013, and Tanya is delighted to be one of the producers who have brought this heartfelt show to Broadway. The production stars British actress Cynthia Erivo making her Broadway debut - who also won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical - as Celie, Orange is the Black star Danielle Brooks as Sofia, and Tony and Grammy Award winner Heather Headley. There were also nominations for Brooks for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, and for John Doyle for Best Director of a Musical. The Color Purple is now running at the Jacobs Theatre.

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    Sunny Afternoon Extends Again

    Fri May 20th, 2016

    Due to public demand, the multi-Olivier award-winning hit British musical Sunny Afternoon has announced another extension to its West End run, until 29 October 2016. The extension will take the show’s West End run past the two year mark. The critically-acclaimed new musical tells the story of the early life of Ray Davies and the rise to stardom of The Kinks. It has established itself as a firm favourite with audiences and critics alike since it opened at the Harold Pinter Theatre in October 2014. Ray Davies said: "I am delighted that Sunny Afternoon is extending. Every time I visit the show I see people discovering it for the first time with the performances going from strength to strength.”

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  • Miss Atomic Bomb Completes Limited Engagement

    Mon April 11th, 2016

    Miss Atomic Bomb, the radiant new musical comedy co-directed and choreographed by Olivier Award winner Bill Deamer, has completed a successful five week try out season at London’s St. James Theatre. With a stellar cast including Catherine Tate, Dean John-Wilson, Simon Lipkin, Florence Andrews and Daniel Boys, Miss Atomic Bomb played to full houses and nightly standing ovations, with City AM calling it  ‘an explosive night out that makes the audience fallout of the theatre in a glow’. This world premiere was hailed as ‘sharp fresh and ambitious…a classic comic caper’ by Variety, and ‘a delightfully macabre nuclear knees-up’ by The Telegraph.

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  • Miss Atomic Bomb Now In Previews At St. James Theatre

    Wed March 9th, 2016

    Set in Las Vegas in 1952 against a backdrop of bomb tests and beauty pageants, this radiant new musical comedy is now in previews at London's St. James Theatre, where it will play a strictly limited five week season. Co-directed and choreographed by Olivier Award winner Bill Deamer and with a cast that includes Catherine Tate and Simon Lipkin, this world premiere promises an explosive night out not to be missed. A limited number of tickets are still available from the St. James Theatre.

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    Nothing Curious About These Five Tony Awards

    Mon June 8th, 2015

    The Broadway transfer of the National Theatre’s stage adaptation of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time won five Tony Awards at last nights’ ceremony at Radio City Music Hall, including the coveted Best Play prize. The show’s other well deserved wins are Best Direction of a Play for Marianne Elliott, Best Scenic Design of a Play for Bunny Christie and Finn Ross, Best Lighting Design of a Play for Paule Constable and Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play for Alex Sharp. The show marks Alex Sharp’s professional stage debut, and he is the youngest winner in the history of the Best Actor award. The production is now running at the Barrymore Theatre.

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