Falling in love with a woman completely upends the lives of John (Jonathan Bailey) and long-term boyfriend M (Taron Egerton) in Mike Bartlett’s Cock
In the first London revival of Larry Kramer’s autobiographical play, The Normal Heart perfectly portrays the devastating anger and crippling isolation of the 80s gay community
A film adaptation of Joe Mantello’s 2018 Broadway run, The Boys in the Band depicts a single evening which spirals out of control as a result of the trauma of those attending
Disaster ensues when Lady von Fistenberg (Vinegar Strokes) invites an odd assortment of dinner guests to an elegant soirée on the remote Tuck Island Starring Courtney Act, Monét X Change, Kemah Bob, LoUis CYfer, Anna Phylactic, Holly Stars, and Vinegar Strokes
An extraordinary recipe for musical theatre success: lashings of humour, elegant heaps of spectacle, talent oozing out the sides … baked to perfection. Waitress has all this in spades, and is addictively moreish.
Musical Theatre The necessary evil of theatre.
This bizarre Broadway flop is utterly beguiling in its UK debut.
He’s a superstar, and he wants you to know it: Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is simply spectacular.
So, over the bank holiday weekend, something strange happened to me. Something that does not normally happen to me, truth be told. I went to see a show, and I came away with an overwhelming and profound sense of indifference. That never happens to me. Normally, there’s at least something that has grabbed my attention…
If you are looking for an evening of entertainment filled with speaker-blowing pop anthems, then Six is the musical experience for you, complete with witty historical puns and pop-group vocals.
Come From Away successfully fulfils writers’ Irene Sankoff & David Hein’s intention to “honour what was lost and commemorate what was found” in Gander, Newfoundland following the tragedy of 9/11.
Goodness me, welcome to another #MusicalTheatreMonday. I have a secret to tell you about. At the Longacre Theatre, there is a hidden diamond. I say hidden, mainly because I do not see it being talked about anywhere in my life. But perhaps I am hidden, and it is not. Regardless, that diamond is The Prom.
Welcome back, True Believers to another Musical Theatre Monday. It’s totally not a thing because I am incredibly unreliable but let’s try to make it a thing. Here is my long overdue review of Mean Girls that I saw on February 19th. Yes, I am that far behind. I’ve been busy. But nevertheless, I have…
I’ve been thinking of ways that I can make my blog more than reviewing musicals/TV/film/books (now that I say that out loud, I realise that is actually quite a bit…anyhow). I had the idea having seen Theatre Tickets and Tea’s post about a 2019 musical theatre bucket list. Considering I am a reckless spender with…
To get this out of the way very quickly: I am a slut for Sara Bareilles. I always have been. Little Voice was the soundtrack to at least four of my Summer holidays as a child. I know that album inside out and – in fact – on a particularly sunny day as a teenager I…