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Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Pocket Size Theatre 5th Anniversary: Our Top 10 Reviews!

"Legally Blonde is high energy and like a high set of stairs doesn’t give you a chance to breathe. Winded by all of the talent that was on that stage Legally Blonde is entertaining and you’ll leave with all of the tunes playing through your head."

"This show was not the Royal Variety Performance, as it did lack polish and there were occasional technical hiccups, but I wouldn't have changed a single thing about it. I laughed, I cried (a lot), I smiled and I danced along in my seat. It was the perfect night out, and for anyone who loves variety, it's a must-go-to event."


Wednesday, 7 October 2015

REVIEW: West End Heroes 2015 at the Dominion Theatre

This year was the second annual West End Heroes at the Dominion Theatre. Hosted by Christopher Biggins, this was a night of patriotism, passion and pride. Biggins has graced our screens for more than 40 years and is a much-loved face in show business. He brought charisma and character to the evening; his notoriously camp presenting style injected a real sense of fun to the night and he won over the whole crowd with his fabulous style; both in fashion and performance. Any man who can float into a show in a bubble with as much grace as Glinda the Good is worthy of the standing ovation he received at the end of the night.

The evening was led by The Central Band of the Royal Air Force who orchestrated all performances throughout the evening. They were absolutely sensational. The brass section in particular was outstanding, and every member, including the fabulous conductors, should be commended. They were also supported by the West End Heroes choir who performed both as their own group, but also as a support to other acts throughout the night.

Monday, 29 September 2014

REVIEW: West End Heroes at the Dominion Theatre

This year was the second annual West End Heroes charity show at the Dominion Theatre. Dedicated to raising funds and awareness for Help For Heroes, last year’s show raised £88,000, so this year, the stars flocked to take part in this wonderful showcase. West End Heroes was a night of patriotic fundraising and exquisite performances, dedicated to our heroes. 

Made up of members from behind the scenes and front of house teams from across London’s theatre, the 44 piece ‘West End Heroes Choir’ made their debut. They accompanied several of the acts throughout the night and they were fabulous. You could feel their enthusiasm from the audience as their beaming smiles shone across the stalls. The pieces were all arranged so beautifully, particularly highlighting the sheer strength in the soprano section, and it was a fabulous addition which added class and polish to the evening. 

Monday, 22 September 2014

Britain’s Got Talent winners COLLABRO headline West End Heroes gala

Britain’s Got Talent winners Collabro are today announced as the headline act at the 2014 West End Heroes gala concert at the Dominion Theatre on Sunday September 28. The chart-topping group - the fastest selling new British band of 2014 - will be perfoming a song from their No1 debut album Stars.

They will join Michael Ball, Britain’s leading musical theatre star, a double Olivier Award winner, multi-platinum recording artist and a hugely popular radio and TV presenter, who is hosting as well as performing songs from ChessLes Misérablesand Aspects of Love.
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