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Miss Nightingale

Miss Nightingale

Miss Nightingale Miss Nightingale is a British musical by Matthew Bugg which is set during World War 2. It tells of cabaret club owner Sir Frank Worthington-Blythe who is opening a new club in London and is looking for a new act. Maggie Brown, shortly renamed Miss Nightingale is introduced to Frank by her  then boyfriend Tom Fuller and is

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Swifties

Swifties

Swifties at Theatre N16 Swifties is a new play by Tom Stenton, based on Jean Genet’s play The Maids, which sets out to explore  celebrity culture and its impact on the lives of the average person. In particular we see Nina and Yasmin, obsessed by Taylor Swift and the stark contrast this provides to their life working in an Amazon Fulfilment

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Summer Nights in Space

Summer Nights In Space

  Summer Nights In Space Summer Nights In Space is a new musical by Henry Carpenter which opened last night (15th February) at the Vaults Festival. In its blurb it describes itself as a ‘Musical comedy about the search for love across the universe.’ It tells the story of John Spartan, our space obsessed astronaut, who finds out that space is not

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2016 Roundup

2016 Roundup

With 2016 being the first full year of Musical Theatre Musings it is only proper that  I do a roundup of the year from my favourite shows and theatres to my own personal blog highlights. Thank you to all my readers and those that invite me to shows and I hope to see many more shows in 2017!! Best West

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