The Improv Musical – Ed Fringe – Review

The Improv Musical: C Venues (Venue 34) Edinburgh Fringe Reviewed 23rd August 2018 ★★★ The Improv Musical is in its fifth year running at Edinburgh Fringe and guarantees that the audience will be rolling around with laughter. Based entirely on the audience suggestions no two shows are ever the same. With suggestions for the character,... Continue Reading →

Thor and Loki – Ed Fringe 2018 – Review

Thor and Loki: Assembly Roxy, Upstairs Venue 139, Edinburgh Fringe Reviewed 22nd August 2018 ★★★★ Thor and Loki is a brand new comedy musical by Harry Blake created with House of Blakewell. Whilst war rages on the fate of the gods rests on Thor's mighty shoulders. But Thor he hates violence and prefers writing poetry. Half-giant... Continue Reading →

Buried: A New Musical – Ed Fringe 2018 – Review

Buried: A New Musical: Underbelly Bristo Square, Ermintrude (Venue 302), Edinburgh Fringe Reviewed 22nd August 2018 ★★★★ Colla Voce Theatre return to Edinburgh Fringe with this brand new musical by Tom Williams and Cordelia O’Driscoll. Buried: A New Musical focuses on Rose and Harry. When these two characters meet for the first time they realise they... 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 →

A Night at the Oscars: Review

A Night at the Oscars: Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London Reviewed 17th February 2018 ★★★★   A Night at the Oscars tells of the Golden Age of Hollywood through song, dance and stories! With music from Gershwin, Berlin, Porter, Kern, Arlen, Bernstein, Mercer, Mancini, Hamlisch and more it compresses forty years of Oscar-mania into two-hours... Continue Reading →

Carmen 1808: Review

Carmen 1808: Union Theatre, London Reviewed 13th February 2018 ★★★★★ Fresh, pacy and exciting. This new musical adaptation Bizet’s opera 'Carmen' by Phil Willmott is inspired by the fight for the Catalan independence and the true events of the 3rd May 1808. In this production the audience are taken back to 1808 and follow the... Continue Reading →

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