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Rachel Tucker has Tea With Wilma chatting about her upcoming UK tour

Rachel Tucker holds the world record for the longest amount of time an actress has played the role of Elphaba in Wicked at four and a half years. She recently completed a stint back in London for the 10th anniversary of the show. Now Rachel is flying off on tour around the UK and I […]

A heartwarming love story which began at the theatre

If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to close your eyes and remember evenings at the theatre which have changed your life. For me, the show that changed my life was Labels and the evening in question was the 7th April 2016. I was lost in a dark corner of Stratford, on my way to review […]

Rachel Tucker plays KNOWING ME KNOWING YOU

Star of the West End and Broadway, Rachel Tucker plays Knowing Me Knowing You, the quick fire question game where you have to answer as many questions as you can in two minutes! Following a triumphant nine month run on Broadway as lead role ‘Elphaba’ in the smash hit musical Wicked, stage star Rachel Tucker […]

REVIEW: LIZZIE (Greenwich Theatre) ★★★★★

The Greenwich Theatre brings Sex, Axe and Rock ‘n’ Roll to the stage The last couple of years in London have seen some wonderful musical productions such as Dreamgirls, Groundhog Day and Funny Girl, but this Lizzie is absolutely brilliant, fantastic right up there with the best of them. This is a rock opera, as […]

REVIEW: THE CRUCIBLE (Queens Theatre Hornchurch) ★★★★

Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible is an atmospheric feast for the senses at the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch Arthur Miller’s The Crucible tells the story of the late seventeenth century witch trials in Salem, during which more than two hundred women were accused (twenty of whom were executed) of evoking the Devil, resulting in a society […]

REVIEW: GIRL VS DATING (Theatre N16) ★★★★

A story about online dating comes to Theatre N16 Girl vs Dating is a 30 minute short play, written by and starring Laura Dean about the perils of online dating. It’s the second production from Mull it Over and can be seen at Theatre N16 in Balham until 26 February. The play follows one young […]


Living A Little creates theatre zombies at the Vaults Festival It is difficult to reinvent such an iconic genre as horror in a theatrical production and with almost a century of ankle-grabbing, jugular-munching gore, the zombie apocalypse trope is on the verge of becoming tired. We’ve all seen the wide-eyed, heavily perspiring heroes trapped in a […]

REVIEW: TWELFTH NIGHT (National Theatre) ★★★★

The National Theatre brings a modern-chic version of The Tempest to the stage Chaotic capers and absurd romantic misconceptions in Illyria. The power house that is the National Theatre, plays a modern-chic interpretation of Shakespeare’s classic comedy Twelfth Night. Simon Godwin directs this production, and along with his impeccable cast, manage to wring out every […]

REVIEW: THE GIRLS (Phoenix Theatre) ★★★★

Take That front man Gary Barlow gets the girls out at the theatre, in his new musical The Girls In case you hadn’t heard, The Girls is the latest musical to be written by Take That veteran, Gary Barlow. The Girls opened this week at the Phoenix Theatre and there was quite a commotion when […]

REVIEW: THE SORROWS OF SATAN (Tristan Bates Theatre) ★★★★

Would you resist fame, riches and love if all you had to do was accept the offer? Despairingly poor playwright Geoffrey Tempest (Simon Willmont) owns nothing but the clothes he is wearing and the script of his musical play “The Sorrows of Satan”, based on the story of Faust. He skulks his way to a […]

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