Review: A Handful of Distraction

“Featuring a variety of beautiful new arrangements, this series offers its audience a walk back through the some of the most pressing issues from lockdown. “

Review: GREY by Koko Brown

Koko is such a powerful artist. Her work highlights some of the most important issues within our society and forces us to enter some perhaps uncomfortable conversations. 

Review: Bard from the Barn Series 1

Based on an original concept by Aaron Sidwell and Hal Chambers, Bard from the Barn is a digital theatre series which reimagines William Shakespeare’s work to a range of modern-day settings such as a Deliveroo cyclist or a Zoom Party with your friends. 

Review: The Grinning Man

#TheGrinningMan “captures the essence of Les Miserables, and combines it with the sheer beauty of War Horse to create a truly entrancing production”.

Review: Emma Rice’s Wise Children (Stream)

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “What a joy it is to dance and sing” and what a joy it is to finally be able to experience the brilliance that is Emma Rice’s Wise Children. “It’s 23 April, Shakespeare’s birthday. In Brixton, Nora and Dora Chance – twin chorus girls born and bred south of the river – are celebrating…

Review: Beautiful The Carole King Musical

⭐️⭐️⭐️ With a career spanning over 40 years, 400 compositions recorded by over 1000 artists, 100 hit singles and six Grammys, it was only a matter of time before the legendary music of Carole King was adapted into an iconic jukebox musical.  Beautiful tells “the untold story of Carole King’s journey from schoolgirl to superstar;…

Review: The Book of Mormon UK Tour

By Stu Voisey Expectation is a dangerous thing. After nine years on Broadway, seven on the West End and a multitude of US and Australian tours, The Book of Mormon hasn’t just been a success, it’s become a part of pop culture. Much like songwriter Robert Lopez’ previous work, Avenue Q, Mormon’s expletive-filled combination of…

Review: Romantics Anonymous

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…

Thoughts on Cats

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…