Mark Crossland MD’s Dance Til Dawn, West End

Mark Crossland is the Musical Director on Vincent Simone and Flavia Cavace’s Dance Til Dawn which is currently at The Aldwych Theatre until January 3rd.

The show created by the Strictly Come Dancing favourites which last year did a sell out No:1 tour around the UK before coming into London’s West End.

For more information visit the official website click here.

To view Mark’s profile, please click here.


Bonnie Langford joins cast of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Bonnie Langford is currently playing the role of Muriel in the  West End show Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is based on the popular 1988 film starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin, directed by Frank Oz.

Set on the French Riviera, the story sees the decadent world of sophisticated conman Lawrence Jameson come crashing down with the arrival of larger-than-life Freddy Benson – a conman of an entirely different order. The two find themselves going head to head, pulling out all the stops in a bid for the affections of millionaire soap heiress Christine Colgate.

To find out more about the show or to book tickets, please click here.

Click here to visit Bonnie’s profile.


Praise for The Scottsboro Boys

The West End transfer of The Scottsboro Boys gets great reviews at the Garrick Theatre following a sell-out run at the Young Vic. The transfer production welcomes some brand new cast members including our own Emmanuel Kojo who is making his professional debut in the show.

This bold and daring new production has received across the board fantastic reviews, including 5 stars from both The Times, The Financial Times and The Stage.


★★★★★ This is a hurtling journey into hell; I urge you to buy a ticket.’, The Times

★★★★★ ‘Kander and Ebb’s musical is a powerful, true-life tale’, The Financial Times

★★★★…a brilliant cast and electrifying choreography’.’a genuinely radical musical, full of stinging indignation and plaintive power.’ The Guardian

The Scottsboro Boys will run at the Garrick until February 2015.

Richard Pinner works on The Cherry Orchard

Richard designed the illusions for the Young Vic production of The Cherry Orchard.

Trailblazing director Katie Mitchell returns to the Young Vic with her signature lyricism to direct Anton Chekhov’s last and greatest play The Cherry Orchard.

Vigorous and profound, this new version by Olivier Award winner Simon Stephens is an anguished and heartbreaking love letter to a society in violent transition.

Richard is recognised and skilled magician whose ability has provided him with a number of opportunities to bring his illusions to the theatre. Richard was recently appointed Vice-President of the Magic Circle and is thrilled to be bringing his work to the Young Vic.

The Cherry Orchard will run at the Young Vic from 10th October – 29th November. For more information or to book tickets, please click here.


Rosie Thomson appears at the Yard Theatre

Rosie Thomson is currently  as Odysseus in Stink Foot at the Yard Theatre this Autumn.

Created and directed by Jeff James (A View From The Bridge, Blurred Lines, Edward II), Stink Foot is an adaptation of Sophocles’ Philoctetes and will run at the Yard Theatre from 18th November-13th December. Rosie previously appeared at the Yard in their critically praised production of The Manual Oracle.

To read more about the production or to book tickets, please click here. Alternatively, visit Rosie’s profile.