News: Digital series The Theatre Channel returns with more West End talent

Following acclaim for their spectacular musical-packed digital series, Adam Blanshay Productions’ The Theatre Channel is back with a sixth episode, featuring more theatrical legends and musical magic! The new episode, entitled ‘Showstoppers’, will kickstart proceedings with incredible performances from major West End talent including Danny Mac (Sunset Boulevard; Pretty Woman The Musical), Kerry Ellis (Wicked;... Continue Reading →

News: Critically acclaimed all-star digital revival Little Wars returns to stream.theatre

Following critical-acclaim, and due to popular demand, the digital revival of Steven Carl McCasland’s ‘penetrating domestic drama’ (New York Times) Little Wars, will once again return for a limited streaming season. Featuring lauded performances from Linda Bassett and Juliet Stevenson the compelling production brought together an exceptional all-star all-female cast of British stage and screen... Continue Reading →

News: New musical The Sorcerer’s Apprentice to be streamed online

Enchanting new British musical ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’, exploring the extraordinary world of a sorcerer and his rebellious daughter, as she discovers the explosive possibilities of her newfound magical powers, is moving its world premiere from Southwark Playhouse to the streaming platform stream.theatre. ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’, by Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost, directed by Charlotte... Continue Reading →

News: New online venue launched helping Arts organisations to stream content

A brand-new streaming service has been launched offering arts organisations online hosting and production solutions for all their streaming needs. stream.theatre is available now for any organisation, producer, or artist needing support to stream content. stream.theatre is a digital venue for any theatre, art, or performance based video content. Live-streamed, time scheduled or on demand: shows and... Continue Reading →

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