July 2018 Roundup

  Another busy month here at Musical Manda. With lots of tours, concerts and West End productions. My total number of shows already seen this year is almost matching my whole year record for 2017! I experienced my first full-on red carpet press night in the form of Knights of the Rose at the Arts... Continue Reading →

Evita UK Tour – Review

Evita UK Tour: Churchill Theatre, Bromley Reviewed 24th July 2018 ★★★★ After touring the UK in 2017 and having a successful limited run in London's Phoenix Theatre Bill Kenwright's Evita is back touring the UK. This smash hit featuring music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice and telling the story of Eva Peron is... Continue Reading →

Shrek the Musical – Review

Shrek the Musical: Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Reviewed 17th July 2018 ★★★★★ Pure fun and laughter. This record-breaking UK and Ireland Tour, based upon the blockbuster DreamWorks film Shrek, is back and is set to turn the world of fairytales upside down in an all-singing, all-dancing musical comedy. Most audience members will be all too familiar with... Continue Reading →

Titanic the Musical UK Tour – Review

Titanic the Musical UK Tour: Churchill Theatre, Bromley. Reviewed 16th July 2018 ★★★★★ After over 105 years later the story of RMS Titanic, the ship who sank on her maiden voyage killing 1517 men, women and children, is still haunting and stirring. Based on the real people aboard the 'unsinkable ship' Titanic the Musical focuses... Continue Reading →

Jodie and Joel – The Big Smoke Festival

  Jodie and Joel - The Big Smoke Festival: The Other Palace Studio, London 15th July 2018 Jodie Steele, currently starring in Heathers the Musical, and Joel Harper-Smith, just announced as Charlie Price in Kinky Boots UK Tour, came together for The Big Smoke Festival at The Other Palace. Having worked together in the successful... Continue Reading →

Knights of the Rose – Review

Knights of the Rose; Arts Theatre, London. Reviewed 5th July 2018 ★★★ Knights of the Rose is a brand new British Musical by Jennifer Marsden and directed and choreographed by Racky Plews. It's a story of love, betrayal and sacrifice as the Knights of the Rose defend their house and honour during the battle of... Continue Reading →

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