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…
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…
This somewhat brilliant article from the Sunderland Echo made me chuckle this afternoon so I decided to share my thoughts and responses with you all! 🤦🏻♀️😂
To celebrate Sir Cameron Mackintosh’s 72nd Birthday we’re taking a look at some of his biggest, best and most popular shows 🎭
In this post I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the London production of Waitress and their habit of casting “celebrities”.
Amélie “is a show with heart and undeniable charm which will leave you on the edge of your seat and desperately wanting more”.
So Becky over at Musical Theatre Lives In Me has just celebrated her third blog birthday! To mark the occasion she has challenged us us to partake in The Musical Theatre Alphabet game!
Our latest review is from our trip to see one of London’s most popular new musicals, Come From Away.
In 2016 the brand new musical Waitress made history by becoming the first Broadway prodcution to be staged by an all-female lead creative team. Fast-forward to 2019 and the same team have made history once again by bringing the immensely popular musical to London’s Adelphi Theatre. Based on the 2007 film of the same…
I honestly love seeing others enjoy themselves when at the theatre but there are a small selection of the community who ruin others experiences through their disrespectful behaviour and attitudes.