Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf is a play that follows Martha and George over the course of one night. After attending a faculty meeting at the university George works at, they invite a couple who are new in town back … Continue reading Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf @ Harold Pinter Theatre
The newly reformed venue The Other Palace has opened it’s doors for the first time this month and has kicked off with an incredible production of Michael John LaChiusa’s The Wild Party. Starring musical theatre royalty Frances Ruffelle and directed/choreographed … Continue reading The Wild Party @ The Other Palace
Happy New Year, everybody! May 2017 bring you more light and happiness than the (almost) shit show 2016 was. One thing I want to do in 2017 is inject more about me into my blog. I mean, my life is … Continue reading 20 Facts About Me
Once In A Lifetime is a play written by Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman about the rise of talking pictures in Hollywood. In this new adaptation by Christopher Hart, the play sees three friends sell their vaudeville act and … Continue reading Once In A Lifetime @ Young Vic Theatre
This is SUCH a delayed post! It’s only recently that I have decided to start posting more and more theatre content alongside my bookish content. But now I am catching up with shows that I have seen in September that are still running. So, today I bring you my review of The Bodyguard, the musical based on the 1992 film starring Whitney Houston.
If you have been following me on Twitter and/or Instagram since the start of the year, then you will have seen that I can’t seem to stop taking trips to see In The Heights at the Kings Cross Theatre. Last night was my 7th trip to el Barrio. From seeing the early cast members to seeing various understudies to even attending the same performance as it’s music & lyrics creator Lin-Manuel Miranda. This show continues to be vibrant & brilliant. In The Heights is set in Washington Heights in New York and follows the ups and downs of the characters in … Continue reading In The Heights