Rosmersholm

I had the great luck to be given two tickets to see Rosmersholm at short notice, I’d been itching to see Hayley Atwell live and this was the perfect opportunity. Written in 1886 by Henrik Ibsen, Rosmersholm is set in a small town somewhere in Norway on the brink of a political revolution. The play…

Dismantle This Room

Intrigued by the description and pricing system of Dismantle This Room, I recruited two friends to go with me. From the theatre website: Stage a violent revolution. Take them down from the inside. Blow the whistle. Or tear it all up and start again. Dismantle This Room is an immersive escape-the-room experience that asks the…

Dinner Is Coming

After having attended the previous Vaults productions of Beauty And The Feast, An Evening Of Meat, and Divine Proportions I immediately jumped for joy when Dinner Is Coming at The Vaults was announced. Tickets were bought, friends were recruited, fun was had! Immediately upon entering I knew this was going to be glorious! There was…

Hidden City – The Enchanted Mirror

I love the Hidden City trails, these are self-guided trails through different areas of London that are suitable for small groups and are played through text messages. So, after playing The Hunt For The Cheshire Cat as well as Moriarty’s Game, I finally decided to try out The Enchanted Mirror! This one is based around…

Players Bingo

Last night I was invited by Love PopUps London to attend the Players Bingo press night in Camden. Every Saturday and Thursday, Players take over the Mecca Bingo hall in Camden for a modern take on the classic game. With a faster paced, funner game of Bingo, monthly changing pop-up catering, bespoke cocktails, and a…

Recollection

I had the opportunity to try out Any One Thing‘s new show Recollection at a discount, so headed down to the pub where it starts to see what it was all about. At the starting point, we were immediately thrown into the action. This immersive show is very small, there were only four players in…

The Flying Bath

I love to take my charges to the theatre, so am always on the look out for their age group. The Flying Bath was listed at 2-5yrs and thus seemee perfect! Based on the book by Julia Donaldson and David Roberts, it’s a very simple and cute story, adapted to a fun bath time adventure…

Hair – 50th Anniversary Tour UK

While having seen the film about a million times and listening to the soundtrack up and down, I’ve never seen Hair live, so definitely had to change that when the 50th anniversary tour came around to Wimbledon! I was aware that the stage version differs from the film in that it has less of a…

Vulvarine

After having seen The Talented Mr. Ripley at the Vaults Festival, we stuck around to see Vulvarine by Fat Rascal Theatre. Having seen their previous production of a gender flipped Beauty And The Beast musical, which was one of the most hilarious shows I’d ever seen, I knew I had to see their new production!…

The Talented Mr. Ripley

Last night I got to see another play at the Vaults Festival, this time it was The Talented Mr. Ripley by The Faction. This production was quite scaled back due to the limitations of the theatre, but the space was very effectively used with a square of tables used in a variety of ways for…

Frankenstein – Beatbox Academy

Last night I went to see Frankenstein, how to make a monster, by the Beatbox Academy, at the Battersea Arts Centre. I wasn’t sure what to expect as I’m not a fan of hip hop in general, but I went in with an open mind. What struck me first is that the Battersea Arts Centre…

Admissions

I was lucky enough to snag a ticket for Admissions at the Trafalgar Studios through a friend who wasn’t able to attend anymore. I had been wanting to book seats for this new play, so was very happy to take the offered ticket. Admissions is a new play about diversity and privilege. Sherri, played by…