What the Papers say!

‘A beacon of hope in a fallen world. I fell in love with Hair all over again’
Daily Telegraph

‘Enough mega wattage to light up London.’
Daily Mail

‘If this doesn’t stir you, it may be time to check your pulse.’
Variety Magazine

‘Raucous and joyous. Hair returns in triumph.’
Time Out

‘Thrilling. Emotionally rich production….intense unadulterated joy.’
New York Times

‘A scrumptious rock-candy score…a flawless cast. Tune in and turn on, and be prepared for an exhilarating ride.’
USA Today

‘The most exciting new show in town.’
Bloomberg News

‘A smile-inducing celebration of life and freedom.’ A flower-powered free-for-all.’
Daily News

‘Raucous, powerful and exuberant. Directed with enormous joy.’

‘Triumphant, glorious and breathtaking with a wholesomely hot cast.’
New York Post

‘Hair will leave you on a serious high!’
Entertainment Weekly

Understanding Hair Loss

Hair loss is excessive hair loss. This condition can result in thinning of hair or baldness, either temporary or permanent.

The amount of hair a person will remove or fall out is about 50-100 strands daily. This is normal, because there is also hair that grows every day. Normal hair growth will begin with the growth phase (anagen), in which the hair will grow and last for 2-6 years.

After that, the hair will fall out and will grow back 2-3 months after loss (telogen phase). Before loss, the hair will enter a transition period of 2-3 weeks (catagent phase). If this hair growth cycle is disrupted, the hair will fall out until it leads to baldness.

Causes of Hair Loss

Many factors can cause hair growth cycles to be disrupted, resulting in hair loss. Sudden hair loss can occur due to certain diseases or medications (e.g. chemotherapy), unhealthy diet, and after childbirth. While hair loss that occurs gradually is most often caused by offspring.

Symptoms of Hair Loss

Hair loss begins with symptoms of hair thinning. This depletion can occur suddenly or gradually. Hair loss can occur only on the scalp or the rest of the body. These symptoms can last temporarily or permanently.

Hair Loss Treatment

The treatment of hair loss depends on the cause. The most frequent cause is heredity, and the condition is a natural process that does not harm health.

Treatment measures are usually performed when a person begins to feel his appearance impaired due to hair loss. Treatment for hair loss is with medications, or it can also be with hair transplantation to overcome baldness due to hair loss.

Hair Loss Prevention

Hair loss can be prevented from thinning hair or baldness. The way is to choose a safe hair care product and protect the hair from direct sun exposure.


It’s the Age of Aquarius

Officially an Air sign, Aquarius is ruled by Uranus, and its qualities are rebelliousness, originality and perhaps more than just a touch of genius. No wonder it’s so perfect for HAIR! Belated Happy New Year greetings from us all.
From Broadway with love
1st December, 2009
From Broadway with love

The cast and crew have booked their flights and will be arriving in London on 21st March for 10 days of rehearsals before their first performance on April 1. We can’t wait to join the party!
Ad campaign launches
23rd November, 2009
Ad campaign launches

Today the producers unveiled the show’s brand new advertising. A bright and vibrant image will kick-start a nationwide marketing campaign. Keep your eyes peeled for new campaign executions as HAIR fever begins to spread…
HAIR is announced
20th November, 2009
HAIR is announced

It’s official. The Broadway production of HAIR, complete with the original cast, will transfer to the Gielgud Theatre in April 2010. Watch this space for exclusive news about the theatrical event of 2010.
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