The Tricycle Theatre has had a lot of good press recently, including the success of West End transfer, Hangbagged, which seems a testimony to the venues programming skills. Having just moved into a house about 300ft away from the theatre I have been very keen to see a show here. I am happy to say that new play, Circles, has got my relationship with my local off to a fantastic start
For a piece set in a swimming pool, I thought that the show was very cleverly named. Although I must say that when watching this dark and disturbing piece, I felt drained of buoyancy, and somewhat submerged.
With the Summer approaching, I am feeling the growing sense of excitement for the World Cup effervescing off most men I know. As much as I love a bit of football, this does mean losing a certain degree of attention whilst attempting to hold a conversation with the lads. Therefore I can certainly empathise with […]
The only way I could respond to this rhyming show, running at the fabulous Wilton’s Music Hall, was to write my review in rhyming couplets. Here goes…
So, I’ve been there. I mean I have REALLY been there. I was a West End theatre usher for just over two years whilst studying for my masters, so I certainly know the tricks of the trade. Therefore for me, Ushers The Front of House Musical, was a happy trip down memory lane into a simpler life where sorting change was high priority and lusting after Michael Ball from afar was totally acceptable.
A new musical called Molly Wobbly…the title doesn’t exactly give much away, but I was lead to believe it was something to do with boobs. So, who doesn’t love a good show about breasts?
An honest review of Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days starring Juliet Stevenson.
It feels pretty apt that as I sit and reflect on Pinot Productions latest musical offering, I Love You Because, I am sipping a sweet, warm milky coffee. The show maintains quirky references to coffee throughout, thus encapsulating the perils of the New York dating scene through the modern drink of choice (rather like a […]
Official Theatre checked out the sell out production of new musical American Psycho at the Almeida Theatre in Islington, starring Matt Smith in the lead role of Patrick Bateman.
Susan Stroman’s skillful direction makes this Kander and Ebb musical the best show of 2013.