May 2018 Roundup

May was another busy stagey month. This time I spent time seeing some of the larger West End shows including Strictly Ballroom and Chess at the London Coliseum. I also managed to fit in some tours, concerts and a few dance shows including the Breakin' Convention at Sadler's Wells.   I am generally more a... Continue Reading →

SeatPlan – review

Buying theatre tickets can be a minefield. What to see? Where to buy the tickets from? Where to sit? What the view will be like? Not to mention the best price? Luckily SeatPlan is a fantastic website which helps you to find out more about the seats via seat reviews published by paying members of... Continue Reading →

April 2018 Roundup

April has been another stagey month but for the first time this year I have seen as many concerts as musicals. The great thing about concerts is seeing how performers perform when they are not under the constraints of a dictated character and storyline, this is a brilliant indication of just how talented they are.... 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 →

February 2018 Roundup

Phew, where has February gone? It's certainly flown by! Oddly, I have seen another 9 shows this month 5 of which have been press night reviews - the same as January. This month the highlight was actually not a musical but Beats on Pointewhich is a dance show fresh from Australia by Masters of Choreography.... Continue Reading →

January 2018 Roundup

January has been a hugely busy start to the year. I have seen 9 shows altogether, 3 of these at The Churchill Theatre, Bromley which is quickly becoming my most frequently visited theatre. I've been lucky enough to be invited to review 5 shows this month in addition to the 4 that I had already... Continue Reading →

Top shows for 2018.

2017 was an outstanding year for theatre. I saw 53 shows in all and along the way found some hits and inevitably some misses. The best thing about theatre is that you just don't know what you're going to get. Whilst some shows may sound amazing, they may leave you feeling nothing. Whereas others touch... Continue Reading →

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