Let It Be

Let It Be is a tribute show to the legendary Beatles. The 1960’s pop group from Liverpool that became a craze across the world with young girls. If you didn’t get a chance to see them perform live all those years ago then you can head down to the Garrick Theatre in London’s West End […]


The Southwark Playhouse houses another great show with Dogfight – one of the most anticipated new musicals to come to London this year. Based on the 1991 film starring River Phoenix, it tells the story of a group of marines about to go off to war in Vietnam. For their final night of frivolity the boys […]

Seth Rudetsky

The plush Leicester Square Theatre exudes a warm atmosphere by having their bars adjacent to the seats in the semi-circular auditorium. The stage itself illuminated by deep purple lights reflecting off of the piano creating a very aloof ambiance before beginning the show. Seth Rudetsky is an American pit pianist, composer of musicals and radio […]

Danielle Hope has Tea With Wilma

Danielle Hope is one of the UK’s biggest young talents. At just 22 years old she has already played lead roles in The Wizard of Oz and Les Miserables and is now on tour playing the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. I sat down with Danielle for a cup of tea and […]

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

When I heard that the new UK tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat was headed to my old home town of Southend on Sea, I decided to take a trip to the beach and check it out. Joseph, the youngest of eleven sons is his fathers favourite. He gives him a coat of […]

Cat Mackenzie and Danny Holmes

Cat Mackenzie and Danny Holmes have Tea With Wilma talking about The Apple Tree which is on at Ye Olde Rose and Crown until 30 August 2014. Click here for more information and to book tickets.

Streetcar Named Desire

Streetcar Named Desire is probably one of Tennessee Williams most admired plays. It centres around an apparently wealthy woman Blanche DuBois who goes to live with her sister Stella after the family home is lost. Her working class sister (played by Vanessa Kirby) and hot-tempered husband Stanley (played by Bon Foster) live in a small […]

Thérése Raquin

Good Lord! Will the Park Theatre ever stage a bad show? If the latest offering of Theatre Bench’s new adaptation of Emile Zola’s turn-of-the-century classic, Thérése Raquin is anything to go by, probably not. A dark and pulsating musical set in Victorian Paris, the show follows the repressed Thérése as she breaks out from her […]

Hetty Feather

The stage adaptation of Jacqueline Wilson’s favourite of the 100 books she has written, is a story of female empowerment and independence. Hetty Feather is a girl who stands up for what she believes in. A poor orphan in Victorian England, who’s mother gives her up to the Foundling Hospital in hope she will have […]

Wilma’s Digest

11 August 2014 Room on the Broom returns to the Lyric Theatre this Christmas Cast announced for Return of the Soldier at Jermyn Street Theatre     5 August 2014 • The selfie has taken over from the autograph 4 August 2014 • FROM HERE TO ETERNITY Cast Recording Out On CD Today • Full […]

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