& 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 →

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 →

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 →

Big the Musical – Review

Big the Musical: Dominion Theatre, London Reviewed 14th September 2019 (preview performance) ★★★★ Based upon the 1988 hit film Big, this production marks Big the Musical's first West End outing. Highly anticipated with a star casting including Jay McGuiness, Wendi Peters, Matthew Kelly and Kimberly Walsh, Big the Musical is running for a strictly limited... Continue Reading →

FIVER – Review

FIVER : Southwark Playhouse, London Reviewed 4th July 2019 (preview performance) ★★★★ Fiver is a brand new British musical by Alex Jame Ellison and Tom Lees. Following the story of a five pound note as it passes through the hands and pockets of Londoners, this new musical is certainly a novel idea and has some... Continue Reading →

Leave to Remain – Review

Leave to Remain: Lyric Hammersmith, London Reviewed 11th February 2019 ★★★★★ Leave to Remain is definitely not about Brexit but in fact is a brand new musical by Matt Jones told through music, movement and drama featuring original new songs by Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke. Telling a modern love story it focuses on a young gay... Continue Reading →

Dr Dolittle (UK Tour) – Review

Dr Dolittle (UK Tour): Churchill Theatre, Bromley Reviewed 17th November 2018 ★★★★ The eagerly awaited new musical Dr Dotlittle by Leslie Bricusse is back and touring the UK. Based on the popular 1967 film with Rex Harrison, Dr Dolittle follows the eccentric Dr Dolittle on his exciting journey along with his human companions and his exotic... Continue Reading →

The Distance You Have Come – Review

The Distance You Have Come: The Cockpit Theatre, London Reviewed 18th October 2018 ★★★★★ Scott Alan's song cycle The Distance You Have Come tells the story of six people who juggle the constant challenges of life, depression, heartache and love. Told through the music and lyrics of Scott Alan's most acclaimed works this is the... Continue Reading →

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