Based on the hit series which premiered on CBS in 1959 and ran for five seasons containing 156 episodes, The Twilight Zone a science-fiction anthology series set in a fifth dimension of space and time. Going into the play I … Continue reading The Twilight Zone @ Almeida Theatre
Happy new year, one and all! May 2018 bring you more excellent trips to the theatre. I ended my year with trips to a thrilling new British musical and the most exciting musical of the century. And I started my … Continue reading Four New Musicals In London
Today I am bringing you three new stage productions that have been adapted from previous work that you can see on stage in London. The shows below include a new interpretation of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, an opera set in 2017 and a musical about a teenage drag queen.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Studio in The Other Palace is currently playing host to The Barricade Boys, four incredible performers who have arrived at The Other Palace to bring festive cheer to London in time for Christmas. The male vocal group … Continue reading The Barricade Boys @ The Other Palace
Have I mentioned enough that it was my birthday? Because I did. It was a birthday. And once again, I treated myself to some more shows! I mean, what else is there to do? Earlier in the month my trip … Continue reading Theatre Round Up | Network, Big Fish, Venus In Fur, An American In Paris.
I was lucky enough to get the chance to interview Tori Scott as she prepares to revisit London with a brand new show. Named as one of Time Out New York’s top 10 Cabaret artists, Tori sold out the Zedel … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Tori Scott
Earlier this week, I treated myself to the brand new Bridge Theatre, located just next to Tower Bridge. Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr bring their experience of working at the National theatre to their new theatre home in London. The … Continue reading Visiting The Bridge Theatre For The First Time
This Christmas, The Bunker Theatre in London Bridge are producing an alternative Christmas show. After playwright, Niall Ransome, thought about his own experiences at school and with his peers in Hull, he proceeded to write FCUK’D. The play deals with … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Niall Ransome, writer of FCUK’D.
I’m publishing this post on my birthday! I’ve been out of the office since Wednesday and have been treating myself pre- turning 21 by immersing myself in theatre. In which, I have seen the UK premiere of a Simon Stephens … Continue reading Theatre Round Up | Heisenberg, The Toxic Avenger, Motown The Musical.
Kicking off her last season as Artistic Director, Emma Rice has taken the French – Belgian film Les Émotifs Anonymes and adapted it into a stunning musical alongside music and lyrics by Michael Kooman and Christopher Dimond. The show follows two … Continue reading Romantics Anonymous @ The Globe