• Bat Out of Hell

    Bat out of Hell – 8 Reasons to See This Show

    Bat Out Of Hell – Preview Event So I’ll confess now, I didn’t make it to The Coliseum to see Bat Out Of Hell, despite being hugely intrigued. Luckily I

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  • Lock and Key

    Lock and Key – An Original Musical by Barlow & Smith at the Vault Festival. When I heard about Lock and Key, on at The Vault Festival and the team

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  • Jekyll and Hyde

    Jekyll and Hyde

    Jekyll and Hyde at The Orchard Theatre The current touring production of Jekyll and Hyde is David Edgar’s adaptation of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson novel. It tells of the story of

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  • Pippin

    Pippin at The Southwark Playhouse

    Pippin at The Southwark Playhouse Pippin is the latest show by Aria Entertainment to hit London. This show has transferred from Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester after rave reviews so

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    Eugenius at The Other Palace: Eugenius is The Other Palace’s latest production, where once again it is bringing a fresh new musical to London audiences. Until now Eugenius only had a

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  • As Long as he needs me

    Who Sang It Better – As Long As He Needs Me

    As Long As He Needs Me… Having looked at Memory, Defying Gravity, Gethsemane, Music of the Night & Bring Him Home the next obvious musical theatre song to have a

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  • Hamilton


    Hamilton: Hamilton is the biggest show to hit the West End since……. well possibly since Wicked! Tickets sold out within moments but I was lucky enough to be able to

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  • Young Frankenstein

    Young Frankenstein

    Young Frankenstein: Young Frankenstein opened in the West End at the Garrick Theatre on the 28th September. It was a show I had been anticipating due to performing some of

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  • everybodys talking about Jamie

    Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

    Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Everybody’s Talking About Jamie was this years birthday theatre trip for me and a present from Mr Musical Theatre Musings. The show stems from a documentary

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Trust Trust is the brainchild of German playwright Faik Richter and translated by Maja Zade. It focuses of capitalism through the eyes of a relationship,