The Little Big Things, High Society and Guys & Dolls…
Featuring the reviews of The Little Big Things, High Society and Guys & Dolls. Plus a talk on the careers of Katie Mitchell, Rupert Goold, Luke Shepherd, Emma Rice and Sam Mendes.
Join us for a theatrical journey through extraordinary tales and classic melodies in the latest podcast episode. The Little Big Things unfolds the extraordinary true story of Henry’s family, exploring how one moment can redefine everything. This new British musical, based on Henry Fraser’s Sunday Times best-selling autobiography, promises an explosive theatrical pop soundtrack in a world premiere production. As the family navigates a transformed past and an unforeseen future, the musical celebrates the transformative power of family and the significance of life’s little things.
Step into the glitz and glamour of High Society, where Long Island socialite Tracy Lord is set to host the wedding of the year. With 700 guests and oceans of champagne, the real question is: who will be the groom? Cole Porter’s classic feel-good musical, based on The Philadelphia Story, promises a Christmas extravaganza filled with well-known songs, romance, and a swell party you won’t want to miss.
Immerse yourself in the world of Guys & Dolls with a promenade experience at The Bridge. This transformation brings one of the greatest musicals of all time to life, offering more hit songs, laughs, and romance than ever before. The immersive tickets transport you to the streets of Manhattan and the bars of Havana, creating an unforgettable love story.
In a captivating discussion, delve into the careers of renowned theatre directors Katie Mitchell, Rupert Goold, Luke Shepherd, Emma Rice and Sam Mendes. Explore their impact on the theatrical landscape and the creative choices that have shaped some of the most memorable productions in recent history. It’s a podcast episode filled with stories of resilience, romance, and the artistic brilliance that defines the world of theatre. Tune in for a theatrical adventure that promises to entertain, inspire, and leave you with a newfound appreciation for the magic of the stage.