Priscilla Queen Of The Desert, The Musical

The hilarious and touching West End and Broadway smash hit musical based on the Oscar-winning movie that has now played 135 cities in 30 countries around the world.

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"HUGELY ENTERTAINING… INSANELY GLITZY’

Daily Telegraph

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Inspired by a true story, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the multi-award winning hit musical for today. Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn’t quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. Jamie is going to be a sensation. Supported by his brilliant, loving mum and surrounded […]

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It's the real deal. Everyone should be talking, singing, shouting about Jamie now.

***** The Times

Jean Paul Gaultier’s Fashion Freak Show

The scandalous new musical revue charting the life and times of one of the world’s most famous fashion designers opens at the Folies Bergère this October.  With music by Nile Rodgers.

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Don't miss this show!

Madonna

The Hunting of the Snark

The brand new side-splitting West End family musical adventure based on Lewis Carroll’s classic poem.

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Raiders of the Lost Ark meets Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Eminently bookable for any time of the year.

The Stage

The Tap Pack

Old school cool from the new kings of swing, this is the all-singing, all-dancing comedy show featuring Australia’s finest tap dancing performers.  The winners of the 2016 Spirit of the Fringe award come to Sadler’s Wells this May.

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Effortless sense of rhythm ... Dazzling.

The Times

Velvet

Welcome to Wonderland… Boogie Wonderland.  A raucous and seductive fusion of disco, dance, burlesque and circus!  Velvet redefines cabaret.  It shocks, surprises and scintillates at every turn.

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“Welcome to Wonderland… Boogie Wonderland.  A raucous and seductive fusion of disco, dance, burlesque and circus!  Velvet redefines cabaret.  It shocks, surprises and scintillates at every turn.”

The Times

Songs for Nobodies

Five iconic singers; Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday, Edith Piaf and Maria Callas encounter five ordinary women in the one-woman show featuring the extraordinary talents of Bernadette Robinson.  Written by Olivier Award-winning Joanna Murray-Smith.

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“Bernadette Robinson gives a virtuosic performance… Should not be missed.”

The Sydney Morning Herald

Currents by Mayumana

Art with no boundaries – see the music hear the movement.  The uniquely multi-talented troupe of artists ignite the senses with a thrilling blend of music, movement, acrobatics, dance, percussion, rhythm and video art.

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"An indestructible global blockbuster!"

The New York Times

Another Kind of Blue

As seen on Britain’s Got Talent 2016, dance meets technology to create a magical and inspiring experience. A Flirt with Reality premieres in the Netherlands this October.

Reviews

This is the start of a bigger role for technology in the dance world.

Dansmagazine

Gumboots

The international percussive song and dance sensation originating with black miners during South Africa’s apartheid regime – is being reconceived to reflect the country’s recent events, and remounted for international touring next year.

Reviews

"Gumboots comes out, amazingly, flourishing both feel-good factor and political gravitas".

The Guardian

Through a Glass Darkly

An intensely powerful chamber piece based on Ingmar Bergman’s Academy Award-winning film that distils mental illness and family dysfunction.

Reviews

"…a dangerously powerful piece of theatre".

The Two World’s of Charlie F

The critically acclaimed theatre experience exploring recovery and rehabilitation performed by wounded ex-servicemen and women.

Reviews

"This is a moving, magnificent play about – and performed by – servicemen wounded in Afghanistan deserves to be seen at the National Theatre".

Dominic Cavendish, The Telegraph

Starstruck – in development

A new Australian musical based on the 1982 film by Academy award-winning director Gillian Armstrong with initial workshops to be hosted by NIDA in 2018/2019.  Directed by Simon Phillips (Priscilla Queen of the Desert, the Musical), designed by Brian Thomson (Jesus Christ Superstar, Rocky Horror Show, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, the Musical and designer of Starstruck the film) adapted for stage by Mitchell Butel and produced by Garry McQuinn for RGM Productions.

Reviews

‘The film is a neon lightning bolt wrapped up in a gaudy tourist tea-towel and decoupaged with love letters to a skewiff memory of Hollywood. Now that it’s been reborn, I can only hope that the character of Jackie Mullens will go the way of that other archetypal Australian Muriel Heslop, and her story will be transformed into an all-singin’, all-dancing’ stage show…’

From the Guardian, 31 July, 2017