Rock Of Ages

Since I had never seen the musical production, I was excited to see the UK tour of Rock of Ages when it came around to Wimbledon. The film version was all I had to compare it to, and as cheesy and weird as the film was, I really liked the classic rock vibe of it,…

Waitress

As there was a huge hubbub about Waitress finally coming to London, I felt I really needed to see it. I am not a fan of rom coms and films in that vein in general, so I had some hesitation, but I got the tickets as a Christmas present, so there you go! The musical…

The Rocky Horror Picture Show – 2019 World Tour

We all know that the Rocky Horror Picture Show is a spectacle not to be missed, so when the 2019 World Tour rolled around to Wimbledon, of course I had to grab a ticket and come along. I mean… it’s Rocky Horror, there’s really not much more to say… if you’ve never been to a…

Grindr The Opera

After having missed its first run, I made sure to secure tickets to the second London run of Grindr The Opera, playing at the shiny Above The Stag theatre in Vauxhall. Grindr is a hilarious pop-style opera about gay hook-up culture, and especially the trappings of the popular app Grindr. Despite its focus on humour…

SIX

I finally got to see it! I’ve heard SO MUCH about SIX, everyone and their mum recommended it to me, and I finally grabbed tickets. The Queens are back! Six is a musical about the famous six wives of Henry VIII, catapulted into the 21st century to take back control and rewrite their stories. A…

Company

I’ve never seen Company before, so when it was announced that it’s coming to London with an all new, gender-swapped, updated production, I had to grab tickets and give it a go! The story revolves around Bobby, a career woman who is celebrating her 35th birthday surrounded by all her married friends, most of whom…

We’ve Got Each Other

I only read the advertised summary of We’ve Got Each Other to know that I absolutely had to see this one. It goes as follows: With the modern jukebox musical comes: a multitalented cast, orchestra, opulent sets, decadent costumes, extravagant dance routines, dramatic key changes and the odd hydraulic lift or two. We’ve Got Each…

Sleepy Hollow

When I heard about the newest National Youth Musical Theatre production of a brand new musical based on the well known short story Sleepy Hollow, I knew I had to check it out. As a fan of the horror genre as well as musicals, it seemed like the perfect combination. This brand new musical was…

Bury The Hatchet

I had wanted to see Bury The Hatchet when it was on at the Vault Festival, but couldn’t make the timing due to its early start time. So when it came around to a short run at the Hope Theatre, I just had to go and check out. Touted as a feminist musical about Lizzie…

Sleeping Beauty In The Wood

We won tickets to the Little Angel theatre, and decided to go see Sleeping Beauty In The Wood, another charming puppetry production by this lovely theatre. With wooden puppets, small wooden diorama-machines, lots of delightful changes and sweet songs, this show definitely captured the children’s attention. A beautiful re-telling of the story of Briar Rose,…

Sounds And Sorcery

I had the absolute privilege to try out Sounds And Sorcery, an immersive Disney’s Fantasia experience at the Vaults, last night, thanks to Love Pop Ups London. Described as an immersive sound and visual extravaganza, it more than lives up to the expectations created by their promotional material. Upon entering, we were given headphones and…

Knights Of The Rose

There was A LOT of advertising buzz about Knights Of The Rose, so I had to grab tickets to see the spectacle. They were really pumping up excitement for this, and I was very much looking forward to checking it out. The story of Knights Of The Rose is your average run-of-the-mill “knights go off…