THE ONE ABOUT LOVE
Young (ish) musical theatre company seeks cabaret audience. Must be interested in songs, likes long walks on the beach, bring a GSOH and be willing to travel to Stockwell. Ideally, keen to explore all types of love depicted in musical theatre. Or if not, can be tempted by a well-stocked bar and an evening watching their friends on stage.
We wooed audiences with songs on the theme of love over two nights, and even debuted an original song, written by two talented Rollers.
City Of angels
Los Angeles in the late 1940s. LA at its most salacious. Mist rolls in from the Pacific and long shadows are everywhere.
We meet Stone, a private detective down on his luck, scraping around for his next meal. He’s approached by a ‘femme fatale’ vision in white, Alaura Kingsley. She needs him to find her step daughter, Mallory who’s disappeared. Will he track her down through the murk of LA, or will he catch a bullet in the process? But that’s only half the story.
We performed the iconic City of Angels over four nights at Stockwell Playhouse. Check out images of the show here.
The Rogues' Gallery: Villains of musical theatre
In a grotty London pub, nestled between Fagin’s den and Sweeney’s barber shop, the villains of musical theatre gather. It’s the only place that they can truly be themselves, at their most evil…or their most misunderstood.
Our Villains of Musical Theatre cabaret was performed over three sold out nights at the Chelsea Theatre. Revisit all of the fun here.
URINETOWN: THE MUSICAL
Drought. Despair. Dance numbers.
This Rollers' record breaking show was presented over 4 nights at the Stockwell Playhouse. Our second fully-licensed musical was a great success, and was even highlighted as the show to watch in November by Harper's Bazaar.
#Urine4ATreat if you click here to see images from the show.
THE MISCAST CABARET
Performed at Oxford House in Bethnal Green over two sold-out evenings, The Miscast Cabaret was an irreverent and inventive take on the classic (and new classic) songs of the musical world. From The Trolley Song re-imagined on the tube, to a Rocky Horror-Rocky mash-up, nothing was sacred, but everything was celebrated.
Catch up with the madness here.
THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
A milestone for RTC, our first fully-licensed show was performed at The Bloomsbury Studio.
With 5 sell-out performances and rave reviews, it ensured we ended 2016 on a high.
Take a trip down memory lane here.
AN A TO Z OF MUSICALS
DURHAM CHANCELLOR'S DINNER
BEGINNERS' CALL - A MUSICAL THEATRE CABARET