Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (written by a very young Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice) is lively and fun and should continue to bring this to audiences to come, probably for the next 49 years.
★ | Bitter Wheat John Malkovich and David Mamet attempt to tell a story about a Hollywood mogul and his downfall but it falls completely flat in the new West End Show Bitter Wheat. Malkovich,[…]
★★★ | The Girl On The Train -Sheffield Based on the best selling book by Paula Hawkins, The Girl On The Train stars Samantha Womack (Eastenders) as Rachel Watson, a troubled woman who romanticises about[…]
★★★ | Afterglow, London A married gay couple welcome a third and things will never be the same with them again. In the show Afterglow, now playing at Southwark Playhouse, Josh (Sean Hart) and Alex[…]
BOWIE_BEAU BLITZKREIG! Lady Sasha savours the ravishing reinterpretations of Bowie’s Classics by Sven Ratzke, the Male cabaret doyenne supreme!
★★★★☆ | Kinky Boots, National Tour When his late father’s shoe factory is on the brink of closing down, Charlie readies himself to shut down the business; but a chance encounter with Lola, a drag[…]
★★★★☆ | Fanny and Stella A Life Through the Looking-Glass?, Lady Sasha reviews Fanny and Stella, the historic drag exposé at London’s Above the Stag Theatre. Has drag always been a drag? Not until now![…]
★★★☆☆ | Annie – National Tour It’s a hard knock life for little orphan Annie. Living in the orphanage which is ruled with an iron fist by the devilish Miss Hannigan, Annie longs for the[…]
The team behind The Play That Goes Wrong delivers another madcap night at the theatre, and if you enjoyed One Man, Two Guvnors or The Thirty-Nine Steps, then this stupid, screwball comedy will be right up your street.
Lady Sasha de Suinn reviews director Robert Chevara’s highly-praised take on Philip Ridley’s Vincent River, the gripping, LGBT psychodrama now running at the West End’s Trafalger Square Studios to June 22nd.
Lady Sasha de Suinn explores acclaimed, LGBT producer Jeremy Goldstein’s latest, gorgeously provocative project.