Witness for the Prosecution – Review

Witness for the Prosecution: London County Hall, London Reviewed 29th December 2017 ★★★★ Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie follows the story of Leonard Vole who is accused of murdering a widow to inherit her wealth. The stakes are high - will Leonard survive the shocking witness testimony? Will he be able to convince... Continue Reading →

My top 10 Shows of 2017!

Phew! This year has been hectic. But also so much fun. 2017 marks my first year of blogging and reviewing shows. I have been to see over 50 shows this year and am now getting the opportunity to get invited to review shows and interview cast members - something for which I am truly blessed.... Continue Reading →

Big Fish the Musical – Review

Big Fish the Musical: The Other Palace, London. Reviewed 23rd December 2017 ★★★ Based on the hit novel by Daniel Wallis and the movie by John August this musical adaptation by John August and Andrew Lippa tells of Edward Bloom's extraordinary life through his imaginative stories to his son. About to become a dad himself... Continue Reading →

Theatre: the Hidden Costs

With theatre tickets already being very high why are some hidden costs, such as booking fees so expensive? We don't pay to order online at most online shops so why should audience members be charged through the roof to book online? A recent visit to Hammersmith Apollo cost £7.00 in booking fees! This was on... Continue Reading →

The Christmasaurus – Live on Stage – Review

The Christmasaurus - Live on Stage: Hammersmith Apollo, London Reviewed 22nd December 2017 ★★★★★ Featuring all new songs The Christmasaurus - Live On Stage is based on Tom Fletcher's hit book. It is a full scale family affair with Tom appearing alongside his wife Giovanna Fletcher, sister Carrie Hope Fletcher and ex-McFly bandmates Harry Judd and... Continue Reading →

Barricade Boys – Christmas Cabaret – Review

Barricade Boys - Christmas Cabaret: The Other Palace Studios, London Reviewed 16th December 2017 Featuring the increasingly popular Barricade Boys, four actors joined together through their involvement in Les Miserables, this show is designed to mix musical theatre with Christmas to bring festive cheer. Set within The Other Palace's small, yet cosy studio space this... Continue Reading →

Hair The Musical 50th Anniversary- Review

Hair The Musical 50th Anniversary: The Vaults, London Reviewed 16th December 2017 ★★★★ This stunning production transferring from a successful run at the Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester is designed to fully immerse the audience from the get go. All aspects of the intimate theatre have been transformed from the quirky bar area to the auditorium.... Continue Reading →

Follies – Review

Follies: National Theatre, London Reviewed 9th December 2017 ★★★★ Follies tells the story of the iconic Weismann Theatre in New York, 1971, which is set to be demolished. Thirty years after their final performance, the Follies girls gather to celebrate, reminisce, sing, drink and tell lies about themselves. Including such classic songs as Broadway Baby, I’m... Continue Reading →

The Lost Boy Peter Pan – Review

The Lost Boy Peter Pan: Pleasance Theatre, London Reviewed 4th December 2017 (press night). ★★★ Based on the famous children’s story, this adaptation of J.M. Barrie's classic tale gives an insight into Peter’s life and the affect being a Lost Boy has on him. Performed by seven live actor-musicians and featuring an exciting and diverse selection of... Continue Reading →

La Soirée – Review

La Soirée: Aldwych Theatre, London. Reviewed 4th December 2017 ★★★ La Soirée prides itself on being a theatrical phenomenon. Mixing cabaret, circus acts, burlesque and contemporary variety acts. This production which takes place in a traditional theatre rather than a big top is designed to inspire, amaze and entertain. This is certainly not a show... Continue Reading →

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