Interviews with the stars and personalities of London Theatre.
|04 Nov 2015|
The "Britain's Got Talent" runner-up discusses guest starring in 'The Illusionists' at Shaftesbury Theatre, Harry Potter & what goes on behind-the-scenes at BGT.
|13 Oct 2015|
The ITV "Superstar" winner talks about his role as Buddy in Elf The Musical, his relationship with Andrew Lloyd Webber and the impact of reality TV on theatre.
|09 Oct 2015|
The "X Factor" finalist talks about her budding theatrical career, as well as stripping off in American Idiot and having just five days to rehearse Joseph.
|01 Sep 2015|
The three-time Olivier Award winner talks about her career, fame and her role as Momma Rose in the West End revival of Gypsy at the Savoy Theatre.
|06 Aug 2015|
The BLUE boyband member talks about starring as The Big Bad Wolf in George Stiles & Anthony Drewe's family musical The 3 Little Pigs at the Palace Theatre.
|19 May 2015|
Currently starring as Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - The Musical at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
|13 May 2015|
Star of stage and screen interviewed ahead of the concert production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at the Southbank.
|12 May 2015|
Marking the 10th Anniversary of Billy Elliot, we interview the Olivier Award winner, who is currently starring as Mrs. Wilkinson at Victoria Palace Theatre.
|30 Apr 2015|
2015 Olivier Award winner, who is starring as Carole King in Beautiful - The Carole King Musical at the Aldwych Theatre.
|23 Apr 2015|
Jon Jon Briones
2015 Olivier Award nominee, who is starring as The Engineer in Miss Saigon at the Prince Edward Theatre.
|09 Apr 2015|
Starred as Lucia in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown at Playhouse Theatre.
|31 Mar 2015|
West End leading lady who starred as Grizabella in recent revival of CATS at the London Palladium.
|28 Mar 2015|
Olivier Award winner, who starred in Harvey at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, alongside Maureen Lipman.
Q: And one of the most hotly-anticipated West End productions of next year is, of course, 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' at the Palace Theatre. Coming from the world of magic youself, Jamie, are you a fan of Harry Potter or is that not so much your cup of tea?
A: I am a fan of anyone or anything that generates interest and appreciation for the thing that I love and that is magic. Although I'll never be able to meet Harry Potter in person, I'll be forever grateful to J.K. Rowling for bringing magic to a brand new audience. She has made what we do even more popular. And I'll definitely be going to see the West End show next year!