Back to the Future, Good and Its a Wonderful Life…
Back to the Future, Good and Its a Wonderful Life…

Back to the Future, Good and Its a Wonderful Life…

Episode 12
26:29

Featuring the reviews of Back to the Future, Good, 42 Balloons, A Sherlock Christmas, Life of Pi, Elf The Musical, Here to Eternity, He’s Behind You and It’s a Wonderful Life.

 

In this exciting season finale, Natalie and Darren dive into a range of captivating theatrical productions, spreading the holiday cheer and exploring the wonders of the stage. They kick things off with the highly anticipated Back to the Future at the Adelphi Theatre, delving into the nostalgic journey of this beloved film brought to life on stage. Next up is Good at the Harold Pinter Theatre, featuring the exceptional David Tennant in a powerful performance that delves into the depths of human nature. Natalie tells Darren about the gripping story and Tennant’s remarkable portrayal that captivates audiences. A special workshop performance of 42 Balloons provides a unique opportunity to experience the development of a new theatrical work. They share their insights and observations from this exclusive preview.

The newly opened Marylebone Theatre’s Christmas show, A Sherlock Christmas, brings the iconic detective to life in a festive and intriguing adventure. They discuss the production’s holiday spirit and its fresh take on the Sherlock Holmes legacy. Natalie shares her experience of seeing Life of Pi, a visually stunning and thought-provoking production that brings Yann Martel’s acclaimed novel to life on stage. They delve into the mesmerising storytelling, breath-taking visuals, and the emotional impact of the play. The festive favourite Elf The Musical spreads holiday joy with its heart-warming story and memorable songs that make it a seasonal treat. Tim Rice’s From Here to Eternity returns to the stage at the Charing Cross Theatre, offering a powerful exploration of love, passion, and sacrifice. The episode delves into the themes and performances that make this production a worthy return.

A special preview performance of the camp and hilarious He’s Behind You adds a touch of comedy to the conversation, celebrating the fun and irreverent spirit of pantomime. The episode concludes with the ENO’s beautiful production of It’s a Wonderful Life, a heart-warming and nostalgic journey that captures the magic of the holiday season. Natalie and Darren discuss the enchanting music, captivating performances, and the timeless message of the production.

Meet your Hosts & Guests:

Darren Lee Murphy

Host

Natalie Maher

Host

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