Time Out says
Posted: Thu Sep 13 2012
Phoenix had an auspicious start in 1930 when it opened with a cast including Gertrude Lawrence and a young Laurence Olivier in Noël Coward's 'Private Lives'. It went on to stage a mix of highbrow dramas and musicals before committing to the latter genre when Willy Russell's 'Blood Brothers' took up residency in 1991 – and it hasn't shifted since.
What's on at Phoenix Theatre
West End, Musicals
A brand-new British musical based (yet again) on a hit film. This time it's the turn of 2002 Brit-flick comedy 'Bend It Like Beckham' which marked Keira Knightley as a one-to-watch. The stage version has music by Howard Goodall and lyrics by Charles Hart,...
Musicals, West End
- Rating: 3/5
David Hunter and Jill Winterwitz are currently starring as Guy and Girl. Ronan Keating takes over the role of Guy from November 17, until the show closes March 21 2015. As the hapless Rory in ‘Doctor Who’, Arthur Darvill was an unlikely romantic lead:...