8 Oct 2014
Urinetown Ot Size

Urinetown review

Every non-theatre going friend or acquaintance I have has inquired as to what on earth this “wee” play in the West End is! Little Sally self-referentially remarks “Urinetown?! Really? What kind of a show is that?” and I can see why the general public may be somewhat perturbed, however I...

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1 Oct 2014
Speed-the-Plow official Theatre

Speed-the-Plow review

Okay so the day finally arrived…after months and months of the most hotly anticipated stage debut in a generation and the day finally came. Lindsay Lohan on stage. YES! So many were waiting for her to fail, so much so that I was feeling genuinely dismayed for her; at just 27 years old she has...

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25 Sep 2014
Lord of the Dance Dangerous Games Palladium Official Theatre size

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games review

My My! Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is an extravaganza! The only real way I feel I can respond to such a feast of the eye is via the medium of dance (see video.) However as they pay me to write, I suppose I ought to pen (tap?) a little something too. Lord of the Dance kind of goes like this:...

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18 Sep 2014
Evita Dominion Marti Pellow

Evita: London review

Evita is one of the most famous musicals ever. Even my non-musical friends have heard of Evita; it is one of the shiniest jewels in Andrew Lloyd Webber's “King of Musicals” crown. This is a show that is so enjoyably written and so delightfully orchestrated that it should be hard not to love; I...

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17 Sep 2014
The 39

The 39 Steps review

Opening a play in London and seeing it last more than 6 months at a West End venue is a pretty great success. Adapted from the John Buchan novel and the Alfred Hitchcock film of the same name, The 39 Steps has recently celebrated it’s 8th West End Birthday, thus leading me to believe this must be...

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8 Sep 2014
Lord of the Dance Dangerous Games Palladium Official Theatre size

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games review

My My! Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is an extravaganza! The only real way I feel I can respond to such a feast of the eye is via the medium of dance (see video.) However as they pay me to write, I suppose I ought to pen (tap?) a little something too. Lord of the Dance kind of goes like this:...

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7 Aug 2014
Forbidden Broadway OT

Forbidden Broadway: West End review

Being a regular week night theatregoer, It is a very rare opportunity for me to see a show on a Saturday Matinee! “What genuine luscious joy,” I thought to myself whilst arranging a pre-theatre lunch at Bills with my friend (time to EAT before a show is also a novelty!) And I have to say, I...

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2 Aug 2014

review

Being a regular week night theatregoer, It is a very rare opportunity for me to see a show on a Saturday Matinee! “What genuine luscious joy,” I thought to myself whilst arranging a pre-theatre lunch at Bills with my friend (time to EAT before a show is also a novelty!) And I have to say, I had...

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30 Jul 2014
Let it Be

Let It Be review

Whilst I wouldn’t proclaim to be the Beatles biggest and best fan in the entire world, I am certainly pretty down with their music. I love a cheeky bit of “Hard Days Night,” “She Loves You,” and “Back In The USSR” amongst many others and who doesn’t really! As an open minded...

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29 Jul 2014

review

I bloomin love Gershwin! I really do! Plus I have literally (YES literally) been singing “Summertime” since the first hint of light and warmth on my skin back in April. Coincidentally I also love (lovelovelove) the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, the epitome of Summer time in cultural London....

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