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
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?
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!
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!
I booked a £27 seat for this right up in the balcony ,which is the very top level of the Noel Coward Theatre. The view was brilliant from up there so don't hesitate to book them and you aren't miles away at all! I would recommend Row D in the balcony because the rake is … Continue reading My Thoughts On Dear Evan Hansen
Phantom has been running in the West End now for 33 years I think and it is still selling out! Ive not seen any discounts flying around either. I saw Phantom at the back of the upper circle and it was a bargain for £25 to see this spectacular production. I was sat at the … Continue reading My Thoughts On Phantom Of The Opera
I have finally seen Thriller Live and I wanted to share some quick thoughts on it with you! So Thriller Live is NOT a musical, if you have seen a show on a cruise ship then it is similar to that. I would call it more of a concert but your not allowed to go … Continue reading My Thoughts On Thriller Live
I've already reviewed Waitress but with Kat Mcphee starring in it. I wanted to see what the new cast was like and they did not dissapoint! So this is just a cast review: Lucie Jones has taken on one of the most demanding roles in the West End which is Jenna. I cannot describe how … Continue reading My Thoughts On Waitress
This play was written by Githa Sowerby and was based about the lives of women in the early 20 th century, and was the result of her family’s involvement in the local glass factory. The play was performed in the Lyttelton Theatre at the National, an open spacious theatre, on entering you are immediately drawn … Continue reading Rutherford and Son Review
The National Theatre has another smash hit on their hands: Small Island This is a real blockbuster of a production, it is incredibly cinematic and clever. Rufus Norris and the designer (Katrina Lindsay) have created a visually stunning look for the piece featuring stunning projection by Jon Driscoll. Playing around with shadows and charcoal artwork, … Continue reading Small Island Review