To quote Angelique, “Somethings are too good for words”. If I’m being completely honest, this is all I need to say in regards to Romantics Anonymous. This show is too good for words. However that being said, I feel that leaving it here would make this an incredibly boring review … so I guess I’ll…
Oh! Well, I never! Was there ever? A musical adaptation as criticised as the brand new Cats Movie …. I’m sure that even if you’re not a die-hard theatre fan you’ve probably heard some of the conversations going on around the brand new film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cameron Mackintosh’s musical, Cats. For…
To celebrate Sir Cameron Mackintosh’s 72nd Birthday we’re taking a look at some of his biggest, best and most popular shows 🎭
Review: Caissie Levy at Cadogan Hall
In a show which feels inspired by the success of Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow’s Six, Pride and Prejudice * (*Sort of) is taking a look at the Jane Austen classic and is bringing the story stomping into the 21st century, Doc Martens and all.
In our latest review we’re discussing exactly why Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.
Now in its thirteenth year in the heart of London’s West End, Wicked has become one of the most famous and arguably one of the most, “Popular”, musicals around, and it’s certainly not hard to see why.
The Hired Man may have only lasted 164 performances on it’s original West End run, but how does this latest revival fare in comparison to its predecessors?
Review of the brand-new touring production of Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake.
“Rough Crossing is a charming production which seems to fit perfectly on a sunny afternoon in Bath”