Artsbitching By Fraulein Sasha Selavie DIVA OF MASS DISTRACTION Advertisements By Jonathan Harvey and Pet Shop Boys When was Billie Trix – the fictional Diva of Divine Degradation – first […]
Jamie is 16 and is not like his friends at school. His best friend wants to be a doctor, but he wants to be a drag queen. Raised by his […]
★★★★★ | Muzik, Leicester Square Theatre, London It takes someone with a lot of talent, energy, charisma and pizzaz to keep you mesmerised, enthralled, entertained and laughing non-stop in a one […]
Jamie is advised, by his career’s teacher that the best option for him, is to pursue a career as a forklift driver. Foolishly, despite the possibility of being surrounded by […]
★★★★★ | & Juliet, Shaftsbury Theatre, London A new musical loosely, very loosely, based on the classic Romeo & Juliet is raising the roof down (not literally) at the Shaftsbury […]
★★★★★ | Ghost Quartet, Boulevard Theatre, London It’s not what I was expecting, but Ghost Quarter is simply superb. The first show in the brand new Boulevard Theatre in the area […]
★★★★★| The View Upstairs If you plan to see any show this summer, make sure it is The View Upstairs. The View Upstairs is a musical that’s full of very […]
This production provides a fresh feel to a classic show and one which engages the audience like no other. So pull on your fishnet stockings, warm up your vocal cords, leave your inhibitions in the foyer and go and “give yourself over to absolute pleasure”.
★★★★★| Notre Dame de Paris The classic Notre Dame de Paris comes to London for a limited time, and it’s well worth your effort to attend. Based on the acclaimed […]
★★★★★ |The Wizard Of Oz, Birmingham Rep a marvel spectacle matching the West End This seriously was the most fun I’ve had at a theatre for a long time. My […]
Seventeen months ago 42nd Street opened at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane to rave reviews. And it’s still going strong – with a new lead!