Category musicals

Hot Flush UK Tour Returns in 2014 – Starring Lesley Joseph

After five sell out UK tours, Hot Flush! returns… in 2014.

Starring LESLEY JOSEPH, MATT SLACK, ANNE SMITH, RUTH KEELING and LORI HALEY FOX

“The audience shrieked their heads off and whooped in delight” – The Scotsman

Hot Flush 2014 Tour

Hot Flush 2014 Tour

Temperatures will rise, hormones will rage and pulses will gallop with the news that HOT FLUSH!, the naughtiest comedy musical in town, starring ‘Birds of a Feather’ icon Lesley Joseph, will tour the UK from 4 March 2014.

There won’t be a dry eye in the house from laughing as HOT FLUSH! takes us on an hilarious journey which delves into the friendships, the secrets, the laughter and tears and the ups and downs of 4 ordinary women …. and the many men in their lives! HOT FLUSH! really is the ultimate girl’s night out!

So, take a deep breath an...

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Ben Whishaw to play Freddie Mercury?

The upcoming biopic of Queen was recently thrown into jeopardy after it was revealed that Sacha Baron Cohen, who was due to play Freddie Mercury, had left the project. Now, at the same time as Brian May has expanded on the reasons for Cohen’s departure, drummer Roger Taylor has revealed who the band want to play Mercury.

In an interview with the One Show on BBC1, Taylor said that the actor they wanted to come onboard had the initials BW. When asked if this was Ben Whishaw Taylor laughed and replied ‘hopefully’. In a separate interview with Classic Rock Magazine, guitarist May spoke for the first time about Cohen leaving. He said that the band thought Cohen’s presence in the film would be too distracting.

He added that what has led them to this conclusion was that the last three performance...

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Spice Girls musical to close early amid mostly negative reviews

With less than a week remaining of the West End run, Viva Forever! Emma Bunton suggested the critics didn’t give the show a fair chance, since the Spice Girls “constantly get backlashed”. Viva Forever!, that has its final performance this Saturday, received a bundle of bad reviews at its opening in December.

Producer Judy Craymer made the announcement about the closure only six months after opening and described it as heartbreaking”. “It’s a great show,” she told The Sun. “OK, at the beginning the cast needed to get used to it and there were a few teething problems but now it is brilliant. We just couldn’t get past people being a bit negative and that is a shame.

“Anything to do with the Spice Girls gets sniped at , but the problems were solved on this show and now it is a very good s...

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