Reading Six storm Edinburgh Fringe and then dominate my Twitter feed, I do feel what’s the point of writing about this show. Everyone already knows Six is the hottest theatre … Continue reading A Six Star Blast From The Past
Hands up! I have no clue why Eugenius! hasn’t appeared on my theatre hot list. Clearly, I’ve been living on another planet! I guess the 80s is a little before … Continue reading A Musical Genius
Katie Ginger’s The Little Theatre on the Seafront is certainly a little reading gem – the very first book on my virtual bookshelf.
There’s a new comedy duo in town on YouTube – Raz and Daz! I must admit I sometimes cringe at new YouTubers, but there’s something hilariously stagey about Scrap of … Continue reading Interview: Scrap of Success
Spending some time away from the world of theatre blogging, what better time to come back than to spend a passionate night with some knights at the Arts Theatre. Oh … Continue reading Oh what a (k)night!
Seventeen years ago, my nan died. The shock still speaks. The accident was sudden. No broken bones, just a broken family. She was the mother of all mothers. The head … Continue reading Stop lounging around!
Born and bred in London, my mother tongue is slang. Rarely escaping my inner city girl in West Sussex, I’m proud of my roots, homegrown and watered in a Tooting … Continue reading Flash, bang, wallop, what a musical!
I remember watching this… And thought “I have to see these guys!” It only took four years (Scary thought!) to put my thoughts into action and watch Pop-up Opera, at … Continue reading Pop Goes The Opera
I’ve Been Thinking about my first trip to the London Palladium and there’s no Higher Love I can give to Andrew Bergman and Jason Robert Brown’s Honeymoon In Vegas The … Continue reading Honeymoon in London
Arriving at the LSE’s Saw Swee Hock Centre, it was like a journey to the past. Battling through the maze of a campus and walking through a packed student bar, … Continue reading Building Theatre Together