Reputation- Review

Reputation: The Other Palace, London Reviewed 6th November 2019 ★★★ Receiving its premiere at The Other Palace, Reputation is a new retro musical by Alick Glass. Set in Hollywood in the late 1930's Freddy Larceny is a con artist who steals Michelle Gold's script and claims it as his own, receiving all of the credit.... Continue Reading →

The Green Fairy – Review

The Green Fairy: Union Theatre; London Reviewed 4th November 2019 ★★★ The latest offering at the Union Theatre in London is The Green Fairy receiving it's full premiere after an enthusiastically received workshop at the King's Head starring Lucie Jones and Declan Bennett. The Green Fairy follows one woman who wants to take back her... Continue Reading →

High Fidelity – Review

High Fidelity: The Turbine Theatre, London Reviewed 1st November 2019 ★★★★ Based on the book, High Fidelity, by Nick Hornby, this new musical High Fidelity sets out to be an immersive event. With beanbags and sofas, in addition to regular seating, it aims to welcome audience members into a 'frat lad pad' to join Rob,... Continue Reading →

Jeremy Jordan Live in London 2019

Jeremy Jordan Live in London: Cadogan Hall, London Reviewed 26th October 2019 Broadway star and firm favourite with the fans Jeremy Jordan is no stranger to the stage. Having starred in many shows including Newsies, Bonnie and Clyde and the NBC hit TV show Smash, film The Last Five Years and most recently starring in the provocative Broadway... Continue Reading →

School of Rock The Musical – Review

School of Rock The Musical: Gillian Lynne Theatre, London Reviewed 13th October 2019 ★★★★★ Andrew Lloyd Webber's reinvention of the iconic, hit movie School of Rock follows Dewey Finn, failed rock star come supply teacher. Working at a prestigious prep school he transforms the class into a mind-blowing rock band with the mission of entering... Continue Reading →

Dogfight – Review

Dogfight: Southwark Playhouse, London Reviewed 25th August 2019 ★★★ Dogfight, based on the 1991 film, tells the story of three young marines on the night before their deployment to Vietnam. A tale of romance, this musical features an original score from Tony and Academy Award winning team Pasek and Paul (Dear Evan Hansen, The Greatest Showman, La... Continue Reading →

West End Does: The Magic of Animation 2

West End Does: The Magic of Animation 2: Cadogan Hall, London 5th May 2019   The star-studded West End Does: concerts are quickly becoming a must have ticket. This most recent concert focussed on The Magic of Animation and with West End performers such as Carrie-Hope Fletcher, Laura Baldwin, Rob Houchen, John Ellis, Bradley Jaden,... Continue Reading →

Maggie May – Reviews

Maggie May: Finborough Theatre, London Reviewed 29th March 2019. ★★★★ Fifty-five years after its premiere at the Adelphi Theatre in 1964, Maggie May is playing a strictly limited run at the intimate Finborough Theatre in London. This production marks the 20th Anniversary of the death of Lionel Bart winner of the Ivor Novello Award for... Continue Reading →

Dirty Dancing (UK Tour) – Review

Dirty Dancing the Classic Story On Stage: Churchill Theatre, Bromley Reviewed 25th February 2019 ★★   The cult 1987 film, Dirty Dancing, has become a huge hit with fans and the new UK Tour of the on-stage musical version, premiered in the UK in 2006, is currently inviting more fans to have the time of... Continue Reading →

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