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John McCrea in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie to be turned into major new film

West End hit musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie will be adapted into a major new film by Sheffield based production company Warp Films. Inspired by the BBC documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16 – the story of a 16 year old boy wanting to attend his school prom in a dress, the hit musical was given life when musical theatre star, Michael Ball, introduced theatre director Jonathan Butterell to British singer-song writer of the Feeling Dan Gillespie Sells and screen writer Tom MacRae. The trio will team up again for the film with MacRae in the writing seat, Butterell directing

Danielle Steers in Bat Out of Hell The Musical. UK production

West End musical Bat Out Of Hell partners with Prince Harry’s Invictus Games

Jim Steinman’s new West End musical Bat Out of Hell has announced a wide-ranging partnership to support the Invictus Games Foundation. The Foundation, whose Patron is Prince Harry, is the governing body of the Invictus Games, the global sports event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and woman, both serving and veterans. The year-long sponsorship will see the West End musical provide an initial financial contribution to the foundation, hold an exclusive charity gala performances of the show for Invictus Games competitiors, and make available hundreds of tickets for veterans and their families to experience the show. Addittionaly, there will

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The Jungle, Playhouse Theatre, London

Refugee play The Jungle transfers to West End

The Young Vic and National Theatre co-production of Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson’s The Jungle will transfer to the Playhouse Theatre in June 2018. Directed by Stephen Daldry and Justin Martin, The Jungle debuted to critical acclaim at The Young Vic last year, selling-out the South London theatre’s limited run.     Set in France’s Calais camp, at one point Europe’s largest un-official refugee camp, the show tells stories of loss, fear, community and hope.   Miriam Buether’s in-the-round design will be re-imagined in the Playhouse Theatre; the Stalls will be reconfigured into the Afghan café in the Calais camp,

wicked supports great ormond street hospital

Wicked cast to entertain kids at Great Ormond Street Hospital

West End musical Wicked has announced a year-long partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity). For over a decade the London production of Wicked has supported various UK charities through its programme WICKED:FOR GOOD. In 2018, GOSH Charity joins this charitable endeavour, which also includes the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA), the National Literacy Trust and the Woodland Trust. The show will support GOSH Charity through cast visits to entertain children during treatment and financial donations via the ticket booking system and bucket collections. Michael McCabe, Executive Producer (UK) of WICKED said: “It is a privilege for us to

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