Monthly Archives: June 2013

Githa

Hannah Davies in her self-penned one-woman show on Githa Sowerby, author of the extraordinary drama ‘Rutherford and Son’, currently playing at St James Theatre.

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Fringe On the Fringe Festival

New fringe theatre to house drama, cabaret, music and comedy to open in South West London. They will start with a 6-week Festival. Read about it here

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Gregg Edelman: “Broadway State of Mind”

Romantic lead of Broadway Gregg Edelman opens his London cabaret “Broadway State of Mind” at The Crazy Coqs. Read review here:

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Austen’s Women

‘Austen’s Women’ – Rebecca Vaughan brings to life no less than 14 female characters from Jane Austen‘s novels in her delightful one-woman show at St James Theatre Studio

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Rutherford and Son

Gritty and totally compelling: a rare work from 1912 woman playwright Githa Sowerby enthrals at St James Theatre. Read my review of Rutherford and Son

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Amanda McBroom: ‘Let’s Fall In Love’

Amanda McBroom is sexy, funny and deeply moving at The Crazy Coqs. Her own compositions, which include the huge Bette Midler hit ‘The Rose’ and ‘Errol Flynn’ are both heart-felt and profound. Read my full review here.

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