THE OTHER PALACE THEATRE (formerly St
(and "The Studio")
HERSHEY FELDER AS IRVING BERLIN (one man play with
22nd September until 15th October 2017
HERSHEY FELDER AS LEONARD BERNSTEIN in MAESTRO (one
man play with music)
25th September until 22nd October 2017
A look at the life and careers of two great men. Irving Berlin, immigrant
from Czarist Russia, who became one of the greatest song writers of all
time. Leonard Bernstein, Maestro as conductor, author, composter, teacher
Two shows, performed in a repertoire by one man, Hershey Felder.
A mixed set of exciting one-off events are also scheduled for the next few
www.theotherpalace.co.uk for details.
GWB Entertainment UK Presents:
Britney Spears: The Cabaret
Tuesday 5th to Saturday 9th September 2017
Press Night: 6th September 2017
After sell-out seasons in Australia, Britney Spears: The Cabaret arrives in
London for one week only this Summer,.
Not so much a cabaret as a cry for help, Britney Spears: The Cabaret charts the
rise and fall of the true Princess of Pop, and takes a satirical look at the
perils of fame. Transforming her greatest hits into cabaret standards, and
weaving them into the fabric of her life story, Britney Spears: The Cabaret is
at turns site-splittingly funny and strangely touching.
Star of Australian stage and screen Christie Whelan Browne reprises her
critically acclaimed performance as Britney. Her stage work in Australia
includes Company, The Producers, Xanadu, The Drowsy Chaperone (Helpmann Award
Nomination) and playing opposite Geoffrey Rush in A Funny Thing Happened On The
Way To The Forum. Later this year Christie will star in the world premiere stage
adaptation of Muriel’s Wedding: The Musical for Sydney Theatre Company.
Britney Spears: The Cabaret is written and directed by Dean Bryant, whose
directing work in Australia includes Sweet Charity (Hayes Theatre Company,
Helpmann Award for Best Director of a Musical), and Skylight and Next to Normal
(Melbourne Theatre Company). Writing credits include Prodigal (Off Broadway) and
Liza (on an E) (Vaudeville Theatre, West End). Musical direction and
arrangements are by Mathew Frank. Photo credit, above: John Tsiavis.
Recommended for ages 15+
Tuesday to Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 6pm and 9pm
Rows D to L: £25
Rows C, M and N: £15
On-stage Cabaret seating: £30
Thursday 14th, Friday 15th and Saturday 16th September 2017 at 7.30pm
The Other Palace is delighted announce three concert-style workshop
performances of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical STARLIGHT EXPRESS, in The Main
Members of the original creative team of STARLIGHT EXPRESS will collaborate
again, along with a group of carefully chosen actors and musicians to
explore the piece. Focussing on the score and lyrics, and working for a week
before the public showings, Andrew and the team will continue to work on the
show in the daytime before evening performances, responding to audience
reaction and feedback as they navigate the exciting process of revisiting
this classic work.
STARLIGHT EXPRESS originally opened in the West End in 1984 where it ran for
over 7000 performances, and continues to run in a purpose built venue in
Bochum, Germany where more than 15 million people have seen it. The Bochum
production celebrates its 30th anniversary next year.
Thursday to Saturday at 7.30pm
"The Studio" schedule:
See www.theotherpalace.co.uk for details of productions.
The Other Palace is delighted announce another ‘Work in Progress’ production, first
discovered during Pitch Days held on 24 May 2017. EVER ONWARD
will have a public sharing on Friday 24th November 2017.
Pitch Days at The Other Palace offer artists and creative teams the chance to
show 20 minutes of their work to Artistic Director Paul Taylor Mills and The
Other Palace programming team. These days are aimed at people who prefer to
share their work ‘live’. The panel then make recommendations about how best to
move the project forward, and are delighted to be bringing EVER
ONWARD to The Other Palace for ‘Work in Progress’ performances to further its
EVER ONWARD is inspired by Sutton Vane’s play “Outward Bound”
with a book by Susannah Pearse and music and lyrics from Tim Connor. Set in the
Autumn of 1925 as Britain mourns loved ones lost in the First World War, a
luxury cruise ship sets sail. But why are there only five passengers on board?
And where are they heading?
EVER ONWARD will be performed on Friday 24 November 2017 at 2.00pm. Tickets:
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