Bat Out of Hell – Review

Bat Out of Hell: Dominion Theatre, London Reviewed 26th April 2018 ★★★ Featuring songs from one of the most iconic and successful albums of all time, Bat Out of Hell, comes this critically acclaimed new musical. The book, music and lyrics are written by Jim Steinman and this visually impressive show is directed by Jay... Continue Reading →

Natalie Weiss Stagey Sunday – Review

Natalie Weiss Stagey Sunday: Leicester Square Theatre, London Reviewed 22nd April 2018 Wow! Natalie Weiss must forever now be known as the absolute Queen of mash-ups! This one-off concert, the first in two years, from the Broadway star Natalie Weiss was full of belts, riffs and sensational vocals. Natalie, who was most recently Molly in... Continue Reading →

Sunset Boulevard UK Tour – Review

Sunset Boulevard UK Tour: Marlowe Theatre, London Reviewed 21st April 2018 ★★★★ Sunset Boulevard by Andrew Lloyd Webber is a musical adaptation of the 1950 film by Billy Wilder. Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tony Award winning masterpiece, which was first presented in 1993, features songs such as  Sunset Boulevard, With One Look, The Greatest Star Of... Continue Reading →

Eva Noblezada – Review

Eva Noblezada: Crazy Coqs, Live at Zedel, London. 6th April 2018 With stunning vocals from the very start, Eva Noblezada, award-winning star of Miss Saigon and Les Miserables, sets the bar high during her intimate evening of songs at the Crazy Coqs Cabaret bar. Eva interspersed the show with witty stories and insights about her early... Continue Reading →

LOVEBITES – Review

LOVEBITES: White Bear Theatre, London. Reviewed 5th April 2018 ★★★ This is the UK premiere of the critically acclaimed Australian musical LOVEBITES. The production introduces the audience to seven couples as they first fall in 'love'. Questioning where, when and how people fall in love; whether it is something as simple as buying a single... Continue Reading →

TEDDY – Review

TEDDY: The Vaults, London Reviewed 3rd April 2018 ★★★★★ TEDDY tells the story of two young adolescents, Teddy and Josie, who are about to hit the streets of London for a good time. Featuring electrifying original songs influenced by hits from the 1950's performed by the on-stage live band Johnny Valentine and the Broken Hearts' this fresh... Continue Reading →

Musical Marathon 2018 – Review

Musical Marathon: The Other Palace Reviewed 1st April 2018 Following on from the success of the Musical Marathon last year, Paul Taylor Mills held another intimate event at The Other Palace to raise money towards his London Marathon efforts in aid of the Terrence Higgins Trust. The Musical Marathon featured Bronte Barbe, Luke Bayer, Sam... Continue Reading →

March 2018 Roundup

March was another stagey month for me. Thanks to the TodayTix Spring event I was able to bag some cheaper tickets and of course March saw me going to see Hamilton for the first time! Despite all of the big West End shows that I have seen this month actually my favourite show was a... Continue Reading →

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