Victor/Victoria is the wonderful gender bending musical currently in production at London Bridge’s Southwark Playhouse.
The Little Dog Laughed is an excellent, well written play flitting between New York and LA, and tells the story of Mitchell (Rupert Friend), Diane (Tamsin Greig), Alex (Harry Lloyd) and Ellen (Gemma Aterton), satirising Hollywood and its attitudes towards its stars, their lovers and those that fall between
Megan Mullally & Supreme Music Program has descended onto the Vaudeville Theatre, the first time the lady from Will & Grace and her posse have performed outside of the United States. With a mixture of alternative jazz, rhythm n blues and swing, this songstress proves that she has more talents than meets the eye.
Take five talented Drag Queens, mix in a plethora of past and present Divas and you have ‘Drag Divas’, on at The Arts Theatre in the West End.
Time to dust off that outfit sitting at the back of your wardrobe for years. Yes, Wonder Woman is returning!!!
It is mostly public knowledge that studio producers are set to bring one of comic books’ best-loved heroines to the big screen and I’m sure there’s a vast majority of lovers-of-the-80s out there who will wipe away a tear or two of nostalgic fondness when the name Lynda Carter is mentioned.
However, how many of you knew that Ms Carter is, in actual fact, a mighty fine singer?
And how many of you knew that she is coming to London for 2 nights to belt out some tunes on the West End stage?
Get ready Ladies and Gentlemen because we are all about to be treated to the wonderful delight that is the First Lady of Spandex and Golden Bracelets who arrives TOMORROW, 17th September, at the Garrick Theatre in London, and performs her one woman show – “Lynda Carter – At Last”.
Performing for the first time outside of America and singing songs to celebrate her solo album of the same name, her tones will ring out tunes such as “Cry Me A River”, “You Send Me”, “Can’t Help Loving That Man of Mine” and “As Time Goes By”. It looks set to be an incredible evening with (hopefully) an ironic twirl or two as a nod to the role that made her a household name.
Book your tickets now at www.nimaxtheatres.com/nimax/play/S1278062513/Lynda+Carter%3A+At+Last+
or call 0844 412 4662 and enjoy an evening where you may not necessarily see Lynda donning that outfit, but you will see a side to her you never knew existed. What are you waiting for? This Wonder Woman will live up to her name!
Lynda Carter – At Last is at the Garrick Theatre for two nights only – Friday 17th and Saturday 18th September.
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