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 →

Soho Boy – Ed Fringe 2022

Soho Boy: theSpace @ Symposium Hall - Annexe 23rd August 2022 ★★★★ Soho Boy by Paul Emelion-Daly follows Spencer who leaves home and hits Soho in a whirlwind journey of love, laughter, heartbreak and happiness. This modern tale focuses on Spencer as he enters the gay scene, working, partying and busking before falling in love... Continue Reading →

LIFT – Review

LIFT: Southwark Playhouse, London 13th May 2022 (preview performance) ★★★ Featuring a fantastic cast, this updated and reimagined version of Craig Adams and Ian Watson’s 2013 musical, LIFT is currently playing at the Southwark Playhouse. The set, designed by Andrew Exeter, is contemporary and colourful. With an industrial feel the cleverly lighting is very modern.... 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 →

& 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 →

Saturday Night Fever (UK Tour) – Review

Saturday Night Fever UK Tour: Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Reviewed 5th February 2019 ★★★   More than 40 years since Saturday Night Fever hit the big screen, the new stage production is transporting audiences back to the 1970's in their UK tour. Telling the story of Tony Manero who escapes the harsh realities of working-class Brooklyn life when... Continue Reading →

Six – 2019 Review

Six: Arts Theatre, London 26th January 2019 ★★★★★   Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow's thrilling musical Six is back at the Arts Theatre and set to take over the world! Starting off as a university show written for the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017, Six is a pop-concert style musical where each of Henry VIII's wives... Continue Reading →

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