Latest I'd Do Anything Stories
The winners of Andrew Lloyd-Webber's upcoming U.K.
When I'd Do Anything hopeful Samantha Barks met American diva Liza Minnelli during the making of the BBC TV programme, little did she know that she would soon be taking on the screen star's greatest role.
By MAUREEN COLEMAN Belfast's Rachel Tucker is set to make her leading lady West End debut tonight in the hit musical we Will Rock You. Family and friends of the I'd Do Anything singer travelled to London over the weekend to cheer her on in her 'meaty' new role.
By Vicky Anderson SALLY BOWLES is one of the most memorable characters, with some of the most legendary numbers, in the history of musicals.
A SELECT group of talented young people from across the province will be put through their paces today when one of the world's most renowned performers tests their skills.
Young reviewer VICTORIA WATSON catches the opening night of Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, which is at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, until Saturday, September 13 JOSEPH kicked off in style last night.
By Liam Rudden Arts and IN the glare of the studio lights, the dream for 19-year-old Niamh Perry was a role on the West End.
TALENTED youngsters left their audiences asking for more with their own version of the smash hit musical Oliver. Pupils from Pallister Park Primary School in Middlesbrough sang and danced their hearts out in two well-received performances for families and friends.
THE winner of the search to find Nancy for the new West End production of Oliver! is the latest star to join the Faenol Festival line-up.
By Linda Summerhayes IT is a hazard suffered by the rich and famous - to be followed by adoring fans clamouring for an autograph and a photographic memento of their brush with the venerable.
- A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.