Join Tim and Aaron plus special guests Maddy Banks, Oscar Conlon-Morrey (SSSSPOTY 2017 runner-up) and Rachel Delooze (Anyone Can Whistle) and for an evening of Sondheim and more at the Phoenix Artist Club in Soho on 3rd July.
Izuka Hoyle of Arts Ed London wins first prize in the 2017 Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year Award
FOLLIES is coming to London's National Theatre this summer, with a 21-piece orchestra and 37-strong cast, including Imelda Staunton, Janie Dee, Philip Quast and SSSSPOTY winner Alex Young
COMPANY is coming to the West End! Elliot Harper Productions have announced that the show will be part of their new season starting next August. In this gender-switched updating, the lead role of "Bobbie" will be played by Rosalie Craig!
The Society would like to say a big thank you to pianist Anthony de Mare for presenting highlights from Liaisons: Reimagining Sondheim for the Piano this Sunday at Milton Court Concert Hall. And he'll be in Manchester on Tuesday, so don't miss out...
Exciting news! Imelda Staunton and Janie Dee are to star in FOLLIES at the National Theatre next year, directed by Dominic Cooke. The long-awaited Sondheim-Goldman classic will be the centrepiece of the Autumn 2017 programme.
Every month, The Stephen Sondheim Society Presents... welcomes three performers to the Phoenix Artist Club in the heart of Soho for a cabaret evening of Sondheim, new musical-theatre writing and a selection of Broadway standards. Our aim is a mix of 50% Sondheim, 25% rare or new songwriting, and 25% classics, although our hosts Tim McArthur and MD Aaron Clingham are afforded some leeway! The cabaret evening – held once a month, typically on the first Monday –...Read More >>
Follies at the National
The National Theatre has released a behind-the-scenes clip from a recent photoshoot for their upcoming Follies. In the short, 30-second video, the four leads – Imelda Staunton (Sally), Janie Dee (Phyllis), Philip Quast (Buddy) and Peter Forbes (Buddy) – ready themselves for the fashion photographer Perou (aka Ralph John Perou), before being snapped as a quartet in...Read More »
Follies: First picture released July 15, 2017
The National Theatre has released a behind-the-scenes clip from a recent photoshoot for their upcoming Follies. In the short, 30-second video, the four leads – Imelda Staunton (Sally), Janie Dee (Phyllis), Philip Quast (Buddy) and Peter Forbes (Buddy) – ready themselves for the fashion photographer Perou (aka Ralph John Perou), Read More »
SSSSPOTY runner-up to perform for Sondheim Society June 29, 2017
This year's third place winner at The Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year competition, Oscar Conlon-Morrey, will be singing at the Phoenix Artist Club this coming Monday as part of The Stephen Sondheim Society Presents... cabaret night with Tim McArthur and Aaron Clingham. Oscar took the unprecedented third Read More »
Sondheim Cabaret – 3 July June 26, 2017
Join our host TIM McARTHUR and MD AARON CLINGHAM as they welcome three new guests to The Stephen Sondheim Society’s monthly cabaret at the Phoenix Artist Club in London's West End. As ever, you’ll enjoy a mix of Sondheim, new musical theatre writing and a selection of Broadway Read More »
Izuka Hoyle wins SSSSPOTY 2017 June 12, 2017
Jeremy Chapman reports back from the 11th annual Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year – a Sunday afternoon of Sondheim and new writing for the stage, performed by 12 of the UK's best students of musical theatre. There's no stopping those glorious gals! Scots lass Izuka Hoyle made it Read More »
Sondheim Cabaret – June 5th May 21, 2017
Join us on Monday 5th June at 7.30 pm for another evening of Sondheim cabaret at the Phoenix Artist Club. As ever, our host Tim McArthur and MD Aaron Clingham will present a mix of Sondheim, new musical theatre writing and some songbook standards, with the help of three special Read More »
Claybourne Elder: You and Me and Sondheim April 23, 2017
Claybourne Elder has just finished portraying the character of the soldier Napoleon in Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Sunday in the Park with George at the Hudson Theatre on Broadway – the first Sondheim production to ever gross more than $1 million in a single week. Read More »