The rootin’ tootin’ Calamity Jane cracks into the Hawth Theatre, Crawley on November 11th. I spoke to the show’s star Jodie Prenger about the tour, her career and what she thinks of celebrity divas.
The Hawth Crawley – Crawley Operatic Society
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 to Saturday, October 18, 2014
I spoke to Helen Fallowell who is playing the female lead Nellie Forbush
Sam Hiller | Interview
An A-Z of Musical Theatre is the creation of Sam Hiller (resident director Phantom of the Opera), his wife Naomi Cobby (Phantom of the Opera) and West End Musical Director, Stevie Higgins. I caught up with Sam to ask him all about the show.
The West End Comes To The Hawth……
A cast of 12 West End performers take you on a toe-tapping journey through An A-Z of Musical of Musical Theatre at The Hawth on Sunday 5 October at 7.30pm.
The producers of the year’s Hawth pantomime Sleeping Beauty auditioned over 30 local performers for the title role over the weekend, and, after putting all the hopefuls through their paces, chose Lauren Cocoracchio to star alongside TV star, Stephen Mulhern, impressionist Hilary O’Neil and CBeebies’ Cat Sandion in their smash-hit pantomime, Sleeping Beauty.
Last night I went to see One Man Two Guvnors at the Hawth Theatre in Crawley. If you have read my twitter feed you will know that I was extremely excited about this because when it was in the West End I nearly saw it on a couple of occasions but it always seemed to pass me by.
I briefly caught up with Gavin Spokes who plays the lead character Francis Henshall before the show.
Otherwise entitled – how to get a complex 🙂
Things are hotting up at the Hawth in Crawley in preparation for the tonight’s opening night of ‘One Man Two Guvnors’. I shall be reviewing the show later in the week (once I have seen it) but earlier today I was invited to the photocall to welcome the cast to Crawley.
As you know I do not usually promote things I haven’t seen, however many of my friends saw this in the West End and have raved about it so much that I am sticking my neck out on the line a bit here and suggest that you run along to The Hawth, Crawley and book tickets for the National Theatre’s award winning comedy, One Man Two Guvnors. A review will follow, but as this is only on for a week, I don’t want you to miss your chance!
Avenue Q is a multi award winning musical that has played on both Broadway and the West End and is currently on a nationwide tour. I caught up with the show this week in Crawley.