Written for North West End Jersey Boys has always been a huge favourite amongst the group of Jukebox Musicals. It is not difficult to see why: A compelling story to success, the music of the Four Seasons is perfectly structured and paced to allow each member of the Four Seasons to have their full character … Continue reading My Thoughts on Jersey Boys
Welcoming Theatre Back
Its been a while, but finally we are starting to see some hope for theatre. I have two shows booked which feels great but I have seen some online theatre during lockdown and I wrote a review/analysis for "Before After" at the Southwark Playhouse! Before After is a two-hander musical written by Stuart Matthew Price … Continue reading Welcoming Theatre Back
What Makes A Good Musical?
Last year I saw over 70 pieces of theatre, a mixture between Musicals, Plays and Operas. (Mostly Musicals) I got thinking about what actually makes a good Musical in my opinion? I have had quite a long time thinking about it as we are in lockdown. A strong Book (The book is a name for … Continue reading What Makes A Good Musical?
How To Get Cheap Tickets To See Harry Potter and The Cursed Child!
I FINALLY GOT A TICKET! This was a last minute trip to see Harry Potter and The Cursed Child in London at the stunning Palace Theatre. It is split into two parts so you watch part one in the afternoon and then part two in the evening so it is a magical two-show day! The … Continue reading How To Get Cheap Tickets To See Harry Potter and The Cursed Child!
Marisha Wallace UK Tour Review
Marisha Wallace at the Waterside Arts on her UK tour was a breath of fresh air on a rainy Sunday night! You felt lucky to be in a room with such an immense talent. Mariah Wallace has one of the best voices I have ever heard, with silky tones and insanely powerful vocals that blew … Continue reading Marisha Wallace UK Tour Review
The Comedy About A Bank Robbery Review
Mischief Theatre’s The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is a highly entertaining play that makes the two hours fly by! I highly recommend this play to everyone and especially for taking new people to the theatre! Directed by Mark Bell and Nancy Zamit with 5 star creativity, there were many times where I was amazed … Continue reading The Comedy About A Bank Robbery Review
The Glass Menagerie Casting
A casting announcement from one of my favourite theatres, The Royal Exchange! The Royal Exchange Theatre is thrilled to announce the cast for their summer production of Tennessee Williams’ autobiographical classic THE GLASS MENAGERIE. Award-winning director Atri Banerjee has assembled a stunning cast giving a fresh perspective to this iconic memory play. Geraldine Somerville takes on the role of Amanda Wingfield having … Continue reading The Glass Menagerie Casting
Wuthering Heights Review
Emily Brontë’s extraordinary novel WUTHERING HEIGHTS unleashed a love that was raw and uncontained, wild, brutal and all-consuming. In this new adaptation by Bruntwood Prize winning writer Andrew Sheridan Cathy and Heathcliff are seen afresh, as unpredictable as the moors and bound by an energy that is palpable. At my favourite theatre venue The Royal Exchange! This pulsing, atmospheric … Continue reading Wuthering Heights Review
My Thoughts On Moulin Rouge
Moulin Rouge was my first broadway show and I will never forget it! I heard incredible things about Moulin Rouge so I was so excited to see it. We sat on the second to back row of the Mezzanine (Circle in the UK) And the view was brilliant, didn't feel far away. The set for … Continue reading My Thoughts On Moulin Rouge
My Favourite Moments Of Wicked!
Wicked is my favourite musical and I just saw it for the fifth time in London. In this blog I will tell you my favourite moments of Wicked! ACT ONE No One Mourns The Wicked is a perfect opening number. The curtain rises and we see the ensemble come to life in the murky opening … Continue reading My Favourite Moments Of Wicked!