In the heart of The White Bear Theatre in Kennington comes a two act musical based on two different stories. The first act- ‘I Play For Me’ is based on the fictional story of 1960’s musician Elliot Figueroa whose temperamental side comes hand in hand with his raw talent. When Elliot clashes with his […]

REVIEW: Crushed (The King’s Head Theatre)

The King’s Head Theatre in Islington is celebrating the end of its 45th year with a festival of new writing. #Festival45 gives twenty three young companies the opportunity to showcase new work. Crushed by Tim Cook won Best New Play at Brighton Fringe 2015; Cook is joined by Hatty Jones and Amani Zardoe in this […]

2015 Wilma Awards Winners

The second annual West End Wilma Awards took place on Friday 30 October 2015, at The Hippodrome Casino. Best West End Show Sponsored by eStage GypsyMemphisThe Nether _____________________ Best Off-West End Show CarrieThe Clockmakers DaughterReturn of the Soldier _____________________ Best Touring Show WickedCalamity JaneJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat _____________________ Most Underrated West End Show […]

BLOG: To TweetSeat Or Not To TweetSeat: That Is The Question

Last night I was invited along to the Richmond Theatre to review Avenue Q and to try out the latest theatre blogging initiative #TweetSeats. Tweet Seats are usually allocated in the back row of the Stalls or Dress Circle so that there is no distraction to the people sitting behind you. Bloggers are invited in […]

REVIEW: Peter Pan (Adelphi Theatre)

Peter Pan, one of the greatest fairy tales of all time, made its return to the London stage at the Adelphi Theatre on Sunday 25th October for a matinee and evening performance. Music by George Stiles and lyrics by Anthony Drewe, this concert version of the classic tale was truly magical and an evening of […]

REVIEW: HEY, OLD FRIENDS: An 85th Birthday Tribute to Stephen Sondheim

Something familiar, something peculiar, something for everybody: A gala tonight! What a wonderful way to celebrate one of theatre’s musical legend Stephen Sondheim, with a star-studded glittering gala, singing some of his most memorable classics. In celebration of his 85th birthday, The Sondheim Society, in conjunction with The Silver Line, put together the show-stopping spectacular […]

REVIEW: Moments (Drayton Arrms)

Starri Hauksson wrote Moments as a radio play which received critical acclaim in his native Iceland. After a successful crowdfunding campaign, Step by Step Productions brings the show to the Drayton Arms Theatre with an Icelandic cast. Some performances are available in the original Icelandic; those less linguistically talented can see the play in English. […]

REVIEW: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (New Wimbledon Theatre)

Based on the 1988 film starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is a fun and lively musical that boasts a laughter guaranteed or money back offer. That’s right; if you don’t laugh during this show you could get your money back! Luckily for the producers, this show is sure to make you […]

REVIEW: Wicked (Apollo Victoria Theatre)

Wicked has been playing in London for the last nine years and recently celebrated its seven millionth audience member. Having just completed a tour of the UK and Ireland, the show is still going strong and has just celebrated its latest cast change. If you’re one of the few who hasn’t seen this spellbinding stage […]

REVIEW: Noises Off (Bridewell Theatre)

Noises Off is a comedy farce by Michael Frayn. It is a play inside a play. First premiered at the Lyric Hammersmith in 1982, the show went on to transfer to the Savoy Theatre where it ran until 1987. Most recently it played at the Old Vic and then for a short run at the […]

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