Interview: West End Musical Drive-In

West End Musical Brunch, the UK’s biggest musical theatre party, is going to the drive-in this summer for a socially distanced musical theatre celebration. West End Musical Drive-In will bring some of the West End’s biggest and most loved voices direct to your vehicle. Each event will feature live performances from multiple West End stars,…

Archive Review: Coriolanus

Hiya guys! From 7pm tomorrow (4th June) we will be able to stream National Theatre’s production of Coriolanus staring Tom Hiddleston and Hadley Fraser. This show is one of my favourite Shakespeare performances to date, so I thought ahead of the stream, I would dig out my review from the 2014 cinema broadcast. I cannot…

An Open Letter to Theatre and Performance Makers

It has been predicted that 70% of our performing arts companies will be out of business before the end of this year. If that wasn’t enough, more than 1,000 theatres around the country will be insolvent and have to shut down this year, unless government intervenes with a rescue package. More than 70% of the theatre…

Quick-Fire Quarantine with Katie Deacon

Katie Deacon is an actor and freelance dance teacher who has previously appeared in productions like An American in Paris, Elizabeth and On the Town. More recently however, Katie has been performing in the ensemble of the West End production of Mary Poppins at the Price Edward Theatre. 
During lockdown Katie and a team of industry leading teachers and choreographers have been live streaming classes to help turn this situation into one more positive. 

Quick-Fire Quarantine with Maria Coyne

I was first lucky enough to see Maria performing in the 40th Anniversary tour of the Rocky Horror Show. Since it has been an absolute pleasure watching her shine while understudying roles like Christine in Phantom of the Opera, Glinda in Wicked and most recently, Anna in The King and I’s international tour. She is…

Quick-Fire Quarantine – An Introduction

Hiya guys, I hope you’re all keeping safe and secluded in this crazy time. Lets get real for a second, while important, social distancing is boring as hell. If you’re anything like me, you’re probably climbing the walls in search of something new or something exciting to do or read. While I’ve been sat twiddling…

Interview: Hana Stewart

Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived. You may know their names and their fame and their faces but new musical Six delves into the glory and the disgraces of the six wives of Henry VIII. I mean, you must have heard of Six by now, and if not where have you been? It’s not only…

5 Reasons I Loved the WOS Awards

This Sunday saw the 20th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards take place at London’s Prince of Wales Theatre. The event celebrates all that’s great in the West End with a range of awards which are voted for entirely by the theatregoers and fans.  This year’s awards were special as not only were they Broadcast live on BBC Radio 2 for…

Stars of 2019

As the year is quickly drawing to a close we’re taking a look at our Stars of 2019! Have we included some of your favourites? ⭐️