Tag Archives | Tyrone Huntley

The Wicker Husband – The Other Palace

A showcase performance of The Wicker Husband took place at The Other Palace, London. The Wicker Husband, with a book by Rhys Jennings and music and lyrics by Darren Clark, is based on a short story of the same name by Ursula Willis-Jones. It tells the story of The Ugly Girl, a hardworking fisher woman […]

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Musical Marathon charity event to be staged at The Other Palace

The Other Palace will host a star-studded charity concert on Easter Sunday (16 April) to raise funds for male cancer charity Orchid. A host of West End favourites have been enlisted by The Other Palace’s artistic director Paul Taylor-Mills to take part in The Musical Marathon, a week before Taylor-Mills runs the London Marathon. Hosted […]

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The Color Purple – all-star cast to perform in one-off concert

An all-star West End cast will perform one night only concert version of The Color Purple at London’s Cadogan Hall on Sunday 21 May. The Color Purple tells the inspiring and unforgettable story of a woman who, through love, finds the strength to triumph over adversity and discover her unique voice in the world. The […]

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Dreamgirls – Savoy Theatre

Dreamgirls continues at the Savoy Theatre, London. Star rating: five stars ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Dreamgirls first debuted on Broadway in 1981 and after a long 35-year wait, it finally has its London debut. As fans of the show will already know, the book throws the spotlight on the Dreamettes, a young, ambitious singing trio […]

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Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2016 – Glenn Close and Jesus Christ Superstar are big winners

Glenn Close beat fellow countryman Andy Karl and homegrown talent Sheridan Smith for the title of Best Musical Performance at the 2016 London Evening Standard Theatre Awards ceremony. The Sunset Boulevard star was presented with her award by Elton John who co-hosted the star-studded event with Evening Standard owner, Evgeny Lebedev. Another Andrew Lloyd Webber […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar – Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Jesus Christ Superstar continues at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, London until 27 August. Rating: five stars ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ The stage is full of smoke, a belching walkway and banks of blinding lights. Upon it we see pulsing, vibrant, relentlessly energetic ensemble work – one of the many fine things which puts this stupendous show […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre – exclusive images

This summer’s Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s groundbreaking musical Jesus Christ Superstar opened this week. Here, Musical Theatre Review’s official photographer Roy Tan presents a gallery of exclusive images. The show Jesus, portrayed by singer-songwriter Declan Bennett, is joined by Tyrone Huntley as Judas, Anoushka Lucas as Mary Magdelene, David Thaxton […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park – full casting

Full casting has been announced for this summer’s Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s groundbreaking musical Jesus Christ Superstar. With rehearsals already under way, the show’s previously announced Jesus, singer-songwriter Declan Bennett, has been joined by Tyrone Huntley as Judas, Anoushka Lucas as Mary Magdelene, David Thaxton as […]

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Rob Rokicki Back in London – The Pheasantry

Rob Rokicki Back in London at The Pheasantry, London. Rating: four stars ★ ★ ★ ★ ✩ The New York singer-songwriter Rob Rokicki stopped off at The Pheasantry on his way to Berlin and delighted a Sunday sell-out audience with 25 compositions that are making him one of the more exciting new writers in musical […]

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Scott Alan and Cynthia Erivo – Home Again – St James Studio

Scott Alan and Cynthia Erivo: Home Again at the St James Studio Theatre, London, as part of the London Festival of Cabaret. Star rating: Five stars ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ In the world of musical theatre and its cabaret sibling, we are used to describing songs and performances as ‘moving’ or ‘emotional’. All too often, though, there […]

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