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 →

Bromance: The Dudesical – Review

Bromance: The Dudesical: The Other Palace, London Reviewed 16th October 2018 ★★★ Bromance: The Dudesical is a musical comedy following a group of friends after one fateful St Patrick's Day in Chicago. Following Marty, a lonely IT guy, as he is taken on a series of 'dudeventures' as he tries to join in with the... Continue Reading →

Mythic – Review

Mythic: Charing Cross Theatre, London Reviewed 6th October 2018 (final preview performance). ★★★   Mythic is a new pop/rock musical comedy by Marcus Stevens and Oran Eldor. There have seen several new musicals recently focussing on Greek Mythology and this new musical is billed to turn the Ancient Greek story of Persephone on its side... Continue Reading →

Madagascar The Musical UK Tour – Review

Madagascar The Musical UK Tour: Churchill Theatre, Bromley Reviewed 25th September 2018 ★★★ Madagascar The Musical is the brand new toe-tapping musical from Dreamworks based on the hit 2005 film, Madagascar. It follows Alex (X-Factor 2016 winner Matt Terry), Marty, Melman and Gloria as they escape from New York's Central Park Zoo and find themselves on an... Continue Reading →

Sylvia – Review

Sylvia: The Old Vic, London Reviewed 19th September ★★★★ Sylvia is a brand new musical celebrating the life of Sylvia Pankhurst and her pivotal role in the campaign for women's rights and the price she paid for her political purpose.  This musical, co-written by Kate Prince (ZooNation, Everybody's Talking About Jamie) manages to combine hip-hop, dance, soul and... Continue Reading →

Midnight – Review

Midnight: Union Theatre, London Reviewed 11th September 2018 ★★★★ Midnight is a brand new musical psychological drama making its World Premiere at the Union Theatre. Based upon the play Citizens of Hell by Elchin, Midnight tells the story of a husband and wife who, living in Azerbaijan as part of the police state of the... 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 →

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