Tag Archives: Southwark Playhouse

Dear Brutus

Dear Brutus

Dear Brutus at Southwark Playhouse. ‘The fault Dear Brutus is not in our stars, but in ourselves.’ This is the premise of J.M Barrie’s play, Dear Brutus, playing at the Southwark playhouse 100 years after it first opened at Wydndham’s Theatre. The play tells of a collection of seemingly random people invited to an odd gentleman named Lob’s house over

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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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Side Show

Sideshow

Side Show at the Southwark Playhouse For several years now my musical theatre loving friends have extoled the virtues of Side Show to me but up until now I have not had the opportunity to see it. Luckily the production of Side Show at the Southwark Playhouse did not disappoint and I am finally able to understand and agree with

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Stalking The Bogeyman

Stalking the bogeyman

Stalking The Bogeyman at Southwark Playhouse held its press night on the 15th July. I was lucky enough to be invited along via London Theatre Bloggers to review it. Stalking The Bogeyman Stalking The Bogeyman is the true story of David who gets raped by the ‘Bogeyman,’ aged 7. The Bogeyman is his parent’s friends 17 year old son who

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