Althea Burey has been cast as Khadiji/Nonkosi in the  production of Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens performing at The Union Theatre May to June

Reminiscent of the Memorial Quilt that inspired it, Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens is a patchwork of personal stories and free verse. Told with love, honesty, and humour, it’s a tribute to those we lost to the AIDS epidemic and those who’ve been left behind.

http://www.uniontheatre.biz/elegies.html


Ariel Butwyna will be playing the lead Jaret in a new comedy musical called High School Never Ends performing at The Waterloo East Theatre in May.

Almost 10 years after their high school diploma, Jaret and Emily, who broke up in high school, are

reunited again, having been persuaded to go to their school reunion. Cheeky and lovable Jaret

spends his 30s in a job he does not like but enjoys singing in his band with his best friends. Emily

moved away shortly after high school and got a job in an IT company. Debbie who has now moved

nearby, tells Emily about the school reunion on a night out.

Through a series of flashback scenes set in the ’80s, fulfilled of a nostalgic atmosphere, we will

relive what happened to this bunch of high school teenagers and why their dreams and hopes did

not come true, at least till the reunion.

High School Never Ends is a NEW musical comedy with heartfelt tales of first love and the dissatisfaction about how life sometimes turns out. A very relatable story on everyone who struggled throughout high school, and still struggles to find their identity and a safe place in society. This musical comedy highlights high school politics that never leave us when we move into the real world and shows its best to be true to ourselves. Lack of confidence, sexuality, love, dreams, fears are just some of the topics that High School Never Ends wants to explore.

https://www.waterlooeast.co.uk/high-school-never-ends


Maya Nika Bewley & Eoin McKenna will be performing in Newsrevue at the Underbelly, Southbank in May

Guinness World Record-breaking, Fringe First-winning, Perrier finalist, news-based song & sketch show celebrates its 40th Anniversary this year.

If you’re in need of a cathartic dose of comic exasperation book now for the longest-running live comedy show in the world. Flawlessly delivered by a four-strong, tooth-achingly talented cast expertly accompanied by an on-stage Musical Director. All in the spirit of free expression with 100% brand new material each year.

‘One of the slickest, most professional, hilarious shows you will ever see… if you only see one show make it this one’

The Sun for NewsRevue 2018

http://www.underbellyfestival.com/whats-on/newsrevue-2019


Leonora Fyfe is performing in Murder on Cue at The Oso Arts Centre.  

Gossip and old rivalries sustain the residents of Maple Lodge, a retirement home for actors, as much as dry sherry and shepherds pie. But now there’s a spate of malicious anonymous letters, a rewritten will and the home is cut off by heavy snow. Surely even the most temperamental of luvvies wouldn’t descend to… murder?

The residents join forces to solve the mystery – but this is not make-believe. Now they are performing for their lives!

This classic murder mystery will keep you guessing. Can you spot the killer?

https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/oso-arts-centre/oso-arts-centre/murder-on-cue


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