Sunday March 20, 2011
Updated on Saturday April 23, 2011
- Arlene Phillips: ‘The Strictly row doesn’t really die down’ (guardian.co.uk)
- The Wizard of Oz – review (guardian.co.uk)
- Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Wizard of Oz, London Palladium, review (telegraph.co.uk)
- The Wizard of Oz at the Palladium casts a spell over Andrew Lloyd Webber (telegraph.co.uk). An article by Gordon Rayner. These words or name are quoted there: Emerald City, The Lord, BBC One, Over the Rainbow, Michael Crawford, The Wizard, Yellow Brick Road, Sunday Night, Connie Fisher, Maria, The Sound of Music, Royal Variety Performance, Judy Garland, Over The Rainbow, Boxing Day 1910, Second World War, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Oliver!, Love Never Dies, The Phantom of the Opera, The X Factor, Kansas, Jesus Christ Superstar, Sir Tim Rice and Clapham.
- James Franco to star in Wizard of Oz prequel movie (telegraph.co.uk)
- The Wizard of Oz, Palladium, London Million Dollar Quartet, Noel Coward Theatre, London Love Freed from Ignorance and Folly, Wilton’s Music Hall, London (independent.co.uk)
- The Wizard of Oz: West End’s new Dorothy walks her own Yellow Brick Road (telegraph.co.uk)
- Dorothy, Wizard alive and well in dazzling “Oz” play (reuters.com)
- Critics hail Urmston girl Danielle Hope as Wizard of Oz opens on West End (menmedia.co.uk). Words or names in this article are: Quentin Letts, Toto, Michael Crawford, The Guardian, Michael Billington, Robert Jones, Tin Man, Charles Spencer, the Daily Telegraph, Hannah Waddingham, the Wicked Witch of the West, Judy Garland, The Independent, Paul Taylor, Sir Michael Caine, Barbara Windsor, Phillip Schofield, Rowan Atkinson, Michael Winner, Duncan James, Tim Rice, Jodie Prenger, Lloyd Webber, Nancy in Oliver!, BBC, I’d Do Anything, Emma Green, North London.
- Munchkins are the unsung heroes of Wizard Of Oz stage show (independent.co.uk)
- Movie-to-Musical Magic? (online.wsj.com)
- Hope ‘competent’ in Webber’s Oz (bbc.co.uk)
- Can it all be so merry in the land of Oz? (telegraph.co.uk)
- ‘Dorothy’ Danielle Hope follows yellow brick road to royal appointment (menmedia.co.uk)