WOS Radio: Syal & Co Embrace All at Sister Post-Show Q&A
By Katherine Graham
Last night (10 October 2011) just under 100 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers visited the Arts Theatre for our Group Outing to {The Killing of Sister George:: L0547173427} starring Meera Syal, El
WOS Radio: Warren & Co Show Their Cool Hands at Q&A
By Laura Norman
Last night (5 October 2011) over 80 theatregoers made their way to the Aldwych Theatre for the world premiere of Cool Hand Luke, the American crime drama, which was famously adapted into a 1967 film ...
WOS Radio: Miss Daisy Drives to Wyndham's
By Editorial Staff
Ahead of the opening of Driving Miss Daisy at Wyndham's Theatre tonight (5 October 2011, previews from 26 September), a press conference was held earlier this week featuring the play's stars ...
WOS Radio: Fitzgerald & Townsend Discuss Broken Glass
By Laura Norman
Last night (27 September 2011) over 120 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers converged on the Vaudeville Theatre for Broken Glass, which has transferred to the West End following a critically acclaimed sell-...
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Opera North
By Edward Seckerson
Opera North announces a brave new Autumn season as general director Richard Mantle and music director Richard Farnes lay out their ambitions for the coming year and beyond. Three new productions -
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Susan Bullock
By Edward Seckerson
When Susan Bullock delivers the traditional rendition of "Rule, Britannia!" at this year's Last Night of the Proms it will come as a ringing endorsement of her continuing pre-eminence as Britain's ...
WOS Radio: Theatregoers Follow Menier's Road Show
By Laura Norman
Last night (2 September 2011), 120 theatregoers made their way to the Menier Chocolate Factory for the European premiere production of Stephen Sondheim’s Road Show, which was followe
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to John Wilson
By Edward Seckerson
John Wilson and the orchestra which bears his name created a absolute sensation at the 2009 Proms with their celebration of 75 years of MGM musicals. Three and a half million people watched the re
WOS Radio: Edward Seckerson Talks to Sarah Tynan
By Edward Seckerson
Sarah Tynan is one of English National Opera's great success stories, emerging from their Young Artist's programme to blossom in a succession of lyric soprano roles that only the super-talented can ...
WOS Radio: Barnett, Parker & Mellon Aren't Dead at Q&A
By Laura Norman
Last night (12 July 2011), 145 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers made their way to the Theatre Royal Haymarket to see original History Boys Samuel Barnett and Jamie Parker reunite to take the ...