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Edward Seckerson: Bernstein Revealed

Just one year before Leonard Bernstein’s death in 1990, Edward Seckerson was presented with an extraordinary chance to interview his idol. It transpired that Seckerson’s editor chose the young enthusiast over the heads of more senior and experienced critics. On … Continue reading

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My Mother Said I Never Should

Charlotte Keatley’s award-winning My Mother Said I Never Should, written in 1987, has since been translated into 23 languages, is studied in schools and has become one of the most often performed plays by a woman writer. Telling the story … Continue reading

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The Pianist of Willesden Lane

St James Theatre has staged a sensitive and powerful production of a show that might potentially have been a risk for the main house – a one-woman show featuring not an actress or singer, but a concert pianist with a … Continue reading

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Noel Coward’s Christmas Spirits

A Christmas show for grown-ups – both sparkling and thoughtful.

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Wartime Women: the Khaki Cabaret – news so far

News on my own show Wartime Women: the Khaki Cabaret – where we are going next.

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Invincible

Invincible at St James Theatre – quite dark in places, excruciatingly funny and beautifully observed.

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Rachel Tucker – “For One Night Only”

Rachel Tucker, competitor in TV programme “I’d Do Anything” for the role of Nancy in Oliver, gave a great concert in St James Theatre.

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