Monthly Roundup -March I thought I could get busier than February but it did. Here is what happened… So the first show I saw was at the Actors Centre seeing Michelle Payne in her new one Woman play called “Sad About The Cows”. This was a brilliant look at eating disorders and body image which … Continue reading Monthly Roundup- March
The Pure Art Of Follies Follies lost all its investment when it was in New York and London because of the sheer financial cost of a huge cast, gorgeous costumes, spectacular sets and a huge orchestra. Follies is just the pure art of Musical Theatre. It not commercial and it wasn't made to make loads … Continue reading 5 Reasons To Watch NT’s Follies
I'm starting a new blog series where I talk about what I got up to in the last month. This was Blog is about my highlights in February. So for the first part of February it wasn't very busy in terms of theatre. But the second half was intense. In February I saw 5 shows … Continue reading Monthly Roundup- February
Marisha Wallace, Katharine McPhee and Laura Badlwin Waitress is based on the 2007 film of the same name. It tells the story of Jenna Hunterson, a waitress in an abusive relationship with her husband Earl. Jenna has an incredible talent of pie baking which weaves itself through the story. This is a transfer from broadway … Continue reading Waitress Review
Hamilton is probably the most hyped show in London at the moment. You can't get under £100 tickets until May! They are realising tickets monthly now so follow them on instagram to get updates. Hamilton: An American Musical is a sung-and-rapped through musical about the life of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, with music, lyrics … Continue reading Hamilton Review
RAGS is a heart-warming and powerful musical with book by Joseph Stein (Fiddler on the Roof), lyrics by Stephen Schwartz (Wicked) and music by Charles Strouse (Annie), which tells the story of Russian immigrant Rebecca, who, with her son David, travels to America in search of a better life. Rebecca must decide what matters … Continue reading RAGS The Musical Review
In this I will be telling you my top 5 goosebump moments I have witnessed in theatre! I think Musical Theatre is one of the best mediums to tell a powerful story. It combines music, drama and dance to heightens. NUMBER 1- KIMS NIGHTMARE (MISS SIAGON) I saw the revival of Miss Saigon on tour … Continue reading Top 5 Goosebump Moments In Musical Theatre
I saw this as part as the working class stories at the Actors Centre in London. This one woman show was written and performed by Michelle Payne who is a true talent. This show is about eating disorders and follows Rachel who suffers with this. This is so relevant today with models and social media … Continue reading Sad About The Cows Review
I've loved musicals since I was young. I think I'm more of a musicals person then a play person I don't really know why because I find myself waiting for a song in a play! This list is going to be really hard to put together because my opinions change a lot over time but … Continue reading My Favourite Musicals At The Moment!
In this blog I am telling you about the best ways to make your first theatre trip a good one ! It's This is mainly for London but some tips work for every theatre. Number 1: Always leave 30 minutes before the show I always try and get to the theatre 30 mins before curtain … Continue reading Tips on going to the theatre for the first time!