The Last Five Years in Concert – Review

The Last Five Years in Concert: The Other Palace Studio, London Reviewed 14th September 2018 Jason Robert-Brown's award winning hit The Last Five Years was revived and performed in an intimate performance at The Other Palace's Studio. The Last Five Years tells the story of Cathy, a struggling actress, and Jamie, a budding novelist, through... Continue Reading →

Midnight – Review

Midnight: Union Theatre, London Reviewed 11th September 2018 ★★★★ Midnight is a brand new musical psychological drama making its World Premiere at the Union Theatre. Based upon the play Citizens of Hell by Elchin, Midnight tells the story of a husband and wife who, living in Azerbaijan as part of the police state of the... Continue Reading →

Unexpected Joy – Review

Unexpected Joy: Southwark Playhouse Reviewed 7th September 2018 ★★★★★ Unexpected Joy tells the story of three generations of female singers and a week together where change is in the air. The three characters embark on a personal journey  through laugher, tension, tears and self-discovery. With an original score by Janet Hood and Book and Lyrics... Continue Reading →

Six the Musical – Review

Six: Arts Theatre, London Reviewed 2nd September 2018 ★★★★★    (6 if I could) After taking Edinburgh Fringe 2017 by storm the musical by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss hit London's Arts Theatre in December and sold out straight away. Now sporting five fresh new Queens (including the incredibly talented and versatile Grace Mouat who... Continue Reading →

August 2018 Roundup

Phew, August has been busy! This is the month I am off work (I am a Primary School Teacher by day) so that means there is more chance to go to the theatre but this month I've managed to cram in 15 shows! August is also the month of Edinburgh Fringe which I was lucky... Continue Reading →

Little Shop of Horrors – Review

Little Shop of Horrors: Regent's Park Open Air Theatre Reviewed 30th August 2018 ★★★★★   The mad tale of the mean, green mother from outer space has been completely reimagined and reinvented by the director Maria Aberg for the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, so much so that it is like seeing this celebrated show... Continue Reading →

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