Jesus Christ Superstar the Concert – Review

Jesus Christ Superstar the Concert: Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre 23rd August 2020 ★★★★★ With theatrical performances of any kind being closed since March due to the Covid-19 pandemic it is an absolute joy to be at any production let alone the award-winning Jesus Christ Superstar! The outdoor performance is billed as a ‘concert’ but... Continue Reading →

Message in a Bottle – Review

Message in a Bottle: Peacock Theatre, London 19th February 2020 ★★★★★ Message in a Bottle is the new dance-theatre show from triple Olivier Award nominee Kate Prince MBE. Featuring iconic hits by Sting, including Roxanne, Fields of Gold and Every Breath You Take, this new dance spectacular is both strong and passionate yet emotive and... Continue Reading →

Dear Evan Hansen – Review

Dear Evan Hansen: Noel Coward Theatre, London Reviewed 11th January 2020 ★★★★★ Pasek and Paul's hit Broadway show Dear Evan Hansen has recently opened in the London's West End. Highly anticipated, the show sold out almost instantly and has already extended, booking into May 2020 at the moment. The moving show about isolation, mental health,... Continue Reading →

& Juliet – Review

& Juliet: Shaftesbury Theatre, London ★★★★★   & Juliet quite frankly is a musical extravaganza! Managing to mix Shakespeare's most well-loved characters with modern pop hits and doing so amazingly. & Juliet focuses on an alternative ending for Romeo and Juliet. What if instead of killing herself Juliet takes her own destiny and rewrites her... Continue Reading →

Some Like It Hip Hop – Review

Some Like It Hip Hop: Peacock Theatre, London Reviewed 26th October 2019 ★★★★★ ZooNation's Some Like It Hip Hop is back and it means business. The hit 2011 show mixing contemporary hip-hop dancing with storytelling and an original score is taking no prisoners as it lands in London completing its UK Tour. Telling the comical... Continue Reading →

Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet – Review

Matthew Bourne's Romeo and Juliet: Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Reviewed 18th September 2019 ★★★★★ As always, Matthew Bourne manages to take an age old piece, this time Romeo and Juliet, and create something spectacular, contemporary and fresh. This modern re-imagining of Shakespeare's classic love story is simply stunning. Matthew Bourne strips Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet back... Continue Reading →

Tales of the Turntable – Review

Tales of the Turntable: Southbank Centre, London Reviewed 18th August 2019 ★★★★ Tales of the Turntable is the latest production by the ZooNation Youth Company. Written and choreographed by Carrie-Anne Ingrouille it is fast and furious. Tales of the Turntable follows Eric and his grandfather as they take a trip through musical history. Finding out... Continue Reading →

Beats on Pointe – Review

Beats on Pointe: Peacock Theatre, London Reviewed 21st May 2019 ★★★★★ Returning to Sadlers Wells after a triumphant short run last year, Beats on Pointe is the ultimate mash up of classical ballet and modern street dance. The opposing dance worlds collide in this high energy, colourful show. Produced by the Australian dance company, Masters... Continue Reading →

Six the Musical 2018 – Review

Six: Arts Theatre, London Reviewed 2nd September 2018 ★★★★★    (6 if I could) After taking Edinburgh Fringe 2017 by storm the musical by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss hit London's Arts Theatre in December and sold out straight away. Now sporting five fresh new Queens (including the incredibly talented and versatile Grace Mouat who... Continue Reading →

Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella – Review

Cinderella by Matthew Bourne and New Adventures: Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Reviewed 26th May 2018 ★★★★★ Cinderella is another spectacular ballet to come from Sir Matthew Bourne's dance company New Adventures. Having premiered in 1997 at Sadler's Wells, this UK tour marks the shows 20th Anniversary and the 30th Anniversary of New Adventures. Instantly the audience... Continue Reading →

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