My Top Ten Theatre Shows of 2019

Having been living in Paris for the last two years, I haven’t seen anywhere near enough shows in London and have relied on my amazing reviewing team to cover the majority of productions for me. So don’t shout at me if I don’t list some of your favourites (I may just not have seen them). But […]

REVIEW: Circus 1903 (Southbank Centre) ★★★★

Circus 1903 returns for a limited Christmas run to the Southbank Centre Royal Festival Hall with brand new acts: The Russian duo aerial act The Flying Fredonis, Cuban balancer The Great Rokardy, as well as Russian Rolling Ball and Hula Hoop artist Mademoiselle Natalia – and last but not certainly not least, the Magnificent Marvellos with […]

Lucie Jones to play her own concert at the Adelphi Theatre

Musical theatre sensation Lucie Jones, star of hit musical Waitress, performs her first West End solo concert at the historic Adelphi Theatre on Sunday 16 February 2020 at 7pm. Accompanied by the 22-piece London Musical Theatre Orchestra, Lucie Jones Live at the Adelphi will be a celebration of all that Lucie has achieved to date […]

REVIEW: Billionaire Boy (Bloomsbury Theatre) ★★★

Birmingham Stage Company’s production of Billionaire Boy comes to Bloomsbury Theatre for the Christmas holidays as part of its UK tour to November 2020. Joe Spud is Billionaire Boy, a twelve year old whose father had made his fortune in toilet paper, making him the richest boy in the country. While he has all the […]

Sitting in the cheapest theatre seats possible for West End shows

Theatre tickets in London‘s West End can be expensive. But there are cheaper options out there if you don’t mind have some restrictions in terms of view and leg room. I wanted to talk about how theatre can be accessible to everyone and there are options if you want to enjoy live theatre but don’t […]

REVIEW: CURTAINS (Wyndham’s Theatre) ★★★

With songs written by Kander and Ebb, the duo behind Cabaret and Chicago, one could be forgiven for assuming that Curtains would follow in the success of its predecessors. Sadly, it seems this musical whodunnit, although enjoyable, seems to just miss the mark. The audience are told the story of a musical which has just […]


Returning for the third year, the London Palladium Pantomime delivers exactly what its audience wants. More TV stars than you can shake a stick at, huge colourful costumes, singing and dancing. It’s big budget Panto and for many people in the audience, their one theatre trip of the year. Dame Betty Barnum and her daughter […]

REVIEW: A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Wardown House, Museum and Gallery) ★★★★★

The setting of this promenade production of one man ‘A Christmas Carol’ could not be more ideal. Wardown House, Museum and Gallery is a Grade II listed building situated in the beautiful grounds of Wardown Park, Luton. Formerly a family residence, then a World War I military hospital, this house transports you back in time, […]

REVIEW: Cat in the Hat (Turbine Theatre) ★★★

The Turbine Theatre is a new joint venture between Bill Kenwright and Paul Taylor-Mills. Set in that once inspired and now rather orthodox setting of a railway arch, this bijou venue is a welcome addition to the South London theatre scene. Currently playing is a family offering, originally produced by the National Theatre: The Cat […]

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