The Royal Shakespeare Theatre is finally back open for business after its COVID-enforced closure, and what a way to make its return. The first show back, following on from their outdoor summer run of The Comedy of Errors, is the RSC’s regular new family musical: an adaptation of Kate DiCamillo’s The Magician’s Elephant. My first time […]Read More The Magician’s Elephant
The RSC recently opened its rehearsal room doors to give a sneak peek at its brand new musical, The Magician’s Elephant. Adapted from the Kate DiCamillo novel of the same name, it is directed by Sarah Tipple, and features music & lyrics from Marc Teitler and book & lyrics from Nancy Harris. The show is […]Read More Why should you see The Magician’s Elephant?
If you put Paris and Peckham together, what do you get? Your immediate thoughts would probably head straight to the side of Del Boy’s three-wheeled “yellow peril” (New York-Paris-Peckham) – until now, that is… Jeremy Sams’ English translation of Le Prénom (a French staple by Matthieu Delaporte and Alexandre de la Patellière) has swapped Paris for […]Read More What’s In A Name?