Raft – Ed Fringe 2022

Raft: Greenside @ Infirmary Street - Mint Studio 24th August 2022 ★★★ Raft is an original production by Early Doors Productions. The show follows four women, seemingly trapped on a raft in the middle of the ocean, hunted by a mystical sea monster. Raft focuses on the themes of abuse, bravery and friendship. This is... Continue Reading →

Boom Town – Ed Fringe 2022

Boom Town: the Space @ Surgeons Hall - Grand Theatre 24th August 2022 ★★★★★ Boom Town is an original new musical set in the wild-west. Beau Barton must prove herself to her father and save her town. This musical is described as 'an exploration of family, morality and feminism told through a country-western twang' To... Continue Reading →

Cinderella – Review

Cinderella; Gillian Lynne Theatre, London 11th December 2021 ★★★★ Andrew Lloyd Webber's long anticipated new musical, Cinderella, is a new take on the iconic rags to riches tale. With stunning costumes, clever scenery and a brand new musical score, Cinderella is a welcome original new musical for families. Cinderella, who in Belleville is the outcast... Continue Reading →

Back to the Future – Review

Back to the Future: Adelphi Theatre, London 7th November 2021 ★★★★★ Back to the Future, based on the 1985 cult hit film, wowed audiences when it first hit the stage in February 2020 in Manchester. Unfortunately, Covid put pay to the rest of its run but in the few short weeks that it was playing... Continue Reading →

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice – Review

The Sorcerer's Apprentice: Southwark Playhouse (online stream). 26th February 2021 ★★★ The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, by Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost, is a brand new British musical which follows the extraordinary world of a sorcerer and his rebellious daughter. Set against the backdrop of the stunning Northern Lights, father and daughter must work together to save the small town, Midgard,... Continue Reading →

Catfish in Concert – Review

Catfish in Concert (online) 31st October 2020 Catfish the Musical is a new show about two strangers on the internet, conceived entirely by two strangers over the internet. This one-act show takes a new look at social media and dating. When Jackson realises that Jessica believes he is a girl, a mistake he has made on... 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 →

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 →

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