God – The Untold Story

So, this sounded like a lot of fun, so I had to grab tickets and check it out. Here’s the show’s short description: After several centuries in retirement, God has decided to make a comeback… and will be granting an exclusive interview to popular chat-show host, Binty O’Reilley. Sounds fun? Yup, it definitely was! The…

Ruthless! the musical

I recently got to see Ruthless! The Musical at the Arts Theatre. Ruthless is a fun, little musical about ambition and scruples. The story of a young performer who is willing to go the extra mile to be the star of the stage, this musical is packed full of humour and silliness. The production is…

Lady Windemere’s Fan

The Oscar Wilde classic Lady Windemere’s Fan was playing as part of the Oscar Wilde Season at the Vaudeville Theatre, so I grabbed a couple of tickets and went along. This classic comedy is set in 19th century London and explores the relationships of social upper class, with all their outward expectations, moral attitudes, infidelity,…

Young Frankenstein

Being a fan of trashy-weird films, I had to check out Young Frankenstein during its run at the Garrick Theatre this year. I felt it really lent itself to being made into a stage musical, so I grabbed a couple of friends and went to see this farcical bit of light entertainment. Tony-award winning director…

Police Cops In Space

RooduHhe aAsWhile scrolling through show names for this year’s Vault Festival I came across Police Cops In Space by The Pretend Men, which sounded like just my thing, so I grabbed a ticket and went on this wild ride.   This show is as silly as it sounds! We’re in the distant future where people live in…

The People’s Rock

I love the Vault Festival as there are always such amazing shows on! Going simply by name, The People’s Rock by the women’s collective Nevertheless She, sounded like a riot, so I booked tickets and headed to Waterloo station to descend into the amazing underground tunnels of the Vaults. Set in a dystopian future that references the “Make America…

Two Petite Pantos

I don’t have the best track record with traditional pantos, as they tend to be quite “oldfashioned” in humour to put it mildly. Two Petite Pantos at the Drayton Arms Theatre was advertised as LGBT-friendly, so I figured I’d give it a shot. I’m glad I did! Ant Payne and Robert Pearce join forces to present…

House On Haunted Hill

Last night I got to see House on Haunted Hill, after the 1959 horror film, performed by The Lampoons at the Leicester Square Theatre. And is it ever worth watching! The quirky quartett The Lampoons take on another classic horror film. After last year’s production of Attack Of The Giant Leeches, they picked the Vincent…

Better Together

Another half term entertainment, Aca Theatre’s Better Together clown show sounded too much fun to pass up! It was playing at the Canada Water Theatre, which is located inside the library. A beautiful space, especially if you’re waiting for the house to open, as you can just hang out in the reading corner in the…

Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre Do Shakespeare

When I heard that the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre were coming to the Camden Fringe, I just had to grab me a ticket! I’ve seen the hilarious socks a few times before and this time they were tackling the great bard. I knew this one was not to be missed. The fantastic footwear duo entertained us in…

Hans: Mein Camp

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but I booked tickets to see Hans: Mein Camp anyway, I mean, with a title like that, what could go wrong! After we all filed into the spiegeltent at the Underbelly Festival, I was ready for a campy, colourful show. And boy, did Hans deliver! Hans is the faux-German glitter persona…

Great British Mysteries 

I was given tickets to this and it sounded like fun, so off we went! The Cloak & Dagger Club‘s comedy show is titled Great British Mysteries and is styled as a mockumentary show centred around the supernatural, obviously this was a huge draw for me! The tagline of “Join Olive Bacon (Supernaturalist) and Dr Teddy…