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Royal Conservatoire of Scotland BA Musical Theatre Showcase 2015

A truly dynamic graduation showcase from the students at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, highlighting the value of quadruple-threat talent. An opening medley of songs from Godspell is served with lively movement, strong harmonies, thoughtful characterisation and each performer on a musical instrument. Consisting of four song cycles, punctuated by dramatic scenes and chorus numbers, the RCS showcase is both...

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland BA Musical Theatre Showcase 2015

A truly dynamic graduation showcase from the students at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, highlighting the value of quadruple-threat talent. An opening medley of songs from Godspell is served with lively movement, strong harmonies, thoughtful characterisation and each performer on a musical instrument. Consisting of four song cycles, punctuated by dramatic scenes and chorus numbers, the RCS showcase is both...

Bouncers

Some three decades on and John Godber’s Bouncers still has a relevance and power despite its specifically 1980s setting. There have been many illustrious players in these roles – in this performance Robert Hudson is Lucky Eric, Adrian Hood is Judd, Frazer Hammill plays Les and Chris Hannon in a stand-out act as Ralph.
Godber’s writing is acutely observed and...

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Hamlet

Hamlet by Harry Venning for week 05, 2015

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    Exclusively in the January 29 issue of The Stage
    • Rupert Goold calls him the world's greatest director. As A View from the Bridge prepares to transfer to the West End, Matt Trueman talks to Ivo van Hove
    • Rufus Norris has announced his inaugural season for the National Theatre. Georgia Snow analyses the line-up
    • Can young creative people afford to make work in London? Londoner Eleanor Turney considers turning her back on the capital
    • John Byrne doles out advice for drama school showcases in his Career Clinic for The Half
    • As Taken at Midnight begins bathes in critical glory in the West End, Mark Goucher talks about commissioning a new play, and how Timothy Spall made him a producer
    • What, exactly, does a theatre consultant do? Michael Holden finds out
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