My hard hitting political interview with Margaret Thatcher

Following last year’s successful show Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho, which saw Maggie’s transition from Prime Minister to an international cabaret star, the Iron Lady is back; this time to revive and conquer the world of Saturday night light entertainment and “take back Saturday nights like I took back the Falklands” with her new show […]

Critics and Bloggers divided on The Wind In The Willows

The Wind in the Willows opened at the London Palladium last night and there has been an interesting divide in opinions between ‘Critics’ and ‘Bloggers’ when it comes to opinions on the show. The Stage, The Evening Standard, The Telegraph and The Times all gave it just 2* and Whats On Stage and the Guardian […]

REVIEW: The Female Gaze & Other Stories (Cockpit Theatre) ★★★★

This is the second scratch night in Rich Creative’s production of the ‘Girls on Fire’ season, with this serving of seven individual stories connected by a common theme of female physiology. This production calls into question several key questions surrounding the feminine identity, that of: the connectedness of the mind and body, the possibility of […]

The Marriage of Kim K- The Kim Kardashian musical comes to the Arcola Theatre

The Kim Kardashian musical 💋 The Mozart opera 🎻 At the same time 😍 In 2011, Kim Kardashian televised her fairytale wedding to NBA basketball star Kris Humphries. 72 days later she filed for divorce. In this brisk, clever and ambitious take on Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, the iconic Kardashian flop takes centre stage […]

REVIEW: Liza’s Back (is Broken) (Underbelly) ★★★★★

From playing the title role in Flora, the Red Menace to Roxie Hart in the Original Broadway Production of Chicago to standing in for Julie Andrews in Victor/Victoria, there is no doubt that Liza Minnelli is a celebrated Broadway legend. However, apart from the above credits, her Broadway appearances are few and far between. What […]

REVIEW: THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS (London Palladium) ★★★★

Full disclosure. I don’t think I’ve ever read or seen The Wind In The Willows before. I didn’t know this until I walked into the new musical version at the London Palladium this week but I realised I didn’t have a clue what the story was about. A mole goes out for a walk and […]

REVIEW: TREMORS (King’s Head Theatre) ★★★

Tremors is the new play from Brighton based Broken Silence Theatre. The play is written by award winning writer Tim Cook who trained at RADA and the Royal Court Young Writers Programme and directed by Paul Macauley. Tremors is the tale of Tom Crowe, rising star of the Labour Party, caught up in a scandal […]

REVIEW: DIRTY DANCING (Sunderland Empire) ★★★

I have a confession – I’m not a fan of the film version of Dirty Dancing. But this new musical version on tour is actually quite good. Vibrant, exciting and very sensual, Dirty Dancing positively simmers with sexuality and the audience in Sunderland loved it. The first act centres on 17-year-old Frances ‘Baby’ Houseman (played […]

REVIEW: Chippy & Scratch Night (The London Welsh Centre)

Chippy Lane Productions was founded by Rebecca Hammond in 2016 with the aim of championing Welsh writing outside of Wales. The first Scratch Night was held in October 2016 at the London Welsh Centre on Grays Inn Road to showcase works in progress by Welsh playwrights and was well received. Chippy & Scratch returned to […]

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