Podcast: Kerry Ellis talks War of the Worlds, 'intimate' cabaret & The Voice
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At the busy junction between studio sessions for her new album (Brian May in attendance, naturally), an arena tour of Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds, and her first "intimate" cabaret date at ...
WOS Radio: Adam Guettel & guests at Q&A
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Last night (12 September 2012) theatregoers headed to the newly revamped Hippodrome for our outing to Adam Guettel in concert with special guests Jonathan Ansell and Caroline Sheen.  Son of Ma
WOS Radio: Mackichan & co at Jumpy Q&A
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W@S_TICKETS/W@S_TICKETSLast night (3 September 2012) almost 100 theatregoers headed to the Duke of York's Theatre for our outing to Jumpy, the Royal Court transfer of April De Angelis' ...
WOS Radio: Emi Wokoma & co. at Soul Sister Q&A
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Last night (28 August 2012) over 200 theatregoers headed to the Savoy Theatre for our outing to Soul Sister, the new musical inspired by the life and times of Ike and Tina Turner ...
WOS Radio: George Stiles & cast at Soho Cinders
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Last night (7 August 2012) almost 100 theatregoers headed to the Soho Theatre for our Outing to the new, full-scale production of Stiles and Drewe’s musical Soho Cinders. We were excite
WOS Radio: Mike Bartlett & cast at Chariots of Fire Q&A
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Last night (1 August 2012) over 100 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers went on our Outing to Chariots of Fire at the Gielgud Theatre. With Team GB winning two gold medals during the day, there ...
WOS Radio: Matthew Bourne reflects at Play Without Words Q&A
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Last night (25 July) over 100 Whatsonstage.com theatregoers headed to Sadler’s Wells for our Outing to Play Without Words, which is devised, directed and choreographed by Matthew Bourne
WOS Radio: A Doll's House cast & director at #WOSOuting Q&A
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Last week Whatsonstage.com theatregoers made their way to our Outing to see A Doll’s House at the Young Vic. Ibsen’s play has been hailed as a triumph of domestic realism, and this
WOS Radio: Focus on English National Opera's Billy Budd
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Fresh from the quarterdeck of HMS Indomitable and David Alden's brand new staging of Britten's Billy Budd able seamen Benedict Nelson, Nicky Spence, and Duncan Rock are shining examples of a ...
WOS Radio: Sadie Frost is Touched by WOS Q&A
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On Wednesday (6 June 2012), our Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers went to see Sadie Frost in Touched... Like a Virgin at the Soho Theatre.Zoe Lewis’ follow up one-woman play runs at the Soho Theatre