We’ve been to see the West End’s new Wicked to see whether its worth you getting a ticket If you’ve always wanted to see Wicked, have heard friends or family rave about it, or you’re just aware of Wicked’s reputation and its 100+ major international awards, then you should definitely get a ticket to see this cast who have taken to their roles like ducks to water. And their performances are so fresh and appealing that Wicked aficionados won’t want to miss another trip to the theatre either.
Meet The New West End Cast Of WICKED! Hockley is proud to be carrying on a grand tradition of Welsh Wizards, following in the footsteps of Des Barrit and Martyn Ellis, both of whom he’d seen in the show. So was the Wizard of Oz in fact from the Valleys? Hockley laughs: “Maybe there’s something that Gregory Maguire‘s not telling us in the book!”
10 QUESTIONS WITH THE NEW CAST OF WICKED At the show’s recent media night, we put the new Wicked London cast of 2017/18 to the test, including Alice Fearn (Elphaba), Sophie Evans (Glinda), Bradley Jaden (Fiyero), Melanie La Barrie (Madame Morrible) and Andy Hockley (The Wizard).
WWOZ General Manager in Break Thru Magazine: “The Wizardess of ‘OZ” One of the little-known facts about local public radio station WWOZ is what the station’s call letters stand for. Its founders chose an abbreviation for the “Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” from the namesake book and feature film. After 35 years of making her own kind of magic happen at New Orleans’ leading public television station, Beth Arroyo Utterback continues her magical journey at the helm of the city’s leading public broadcast outlet. As the newly appointed general manager of WWOZ (90.7 FM), she happily agrees that, like Judy Garland in the movie, “’There’s no place like home.’ That’s what it feels like to me.”